Right in the heart of downtown Orlando, this park is the heart of the city itself. In addition to its beautiful view of Orlando’s skyline, Lake Eola has an amphitheater where plays and concerts may be enjoyed throughout the year. Walkers and runners can burn a few calories along a 0.9-mile trail that circles the lake. Pedal-propelled swan rental boats may seduce, but exercise caution in summer months.
The Utah State Capitol is the main building of the Utah State Capitol Complex overlooking downtown Salt Lake City. The building was constructed between 1912 and 1916, and was designed in the Neoclassical revival style. It boasts a three-story-tall rotunda and atrium, and four floors of paintings and sculptures of Utah's history, including statues of the first governor, Brigham Young, and Utah native and television developer, Philo T. Farnsworth.
Jutting 3,300 feet out into Lake Michigan, Navy Pier is one of the most visited places in Chicago. The pier was built in 1916 as a cargo facility for freighters. Today, Navy Pier features a 150-foot-tall Ferris wheel, IMAX theater, the Chicago Shakespeare Theater and the Chicago Children's Museum.
The HGTV Dream Home 2011 is in the heart of Stowe's newest resort neighborhood: Spruce Peak at the Stowe Mountain Resort. At the foot of Spruce Peak and Mount Mansfield, the area is designed to be a four-season base camp for recreational activities, with ski lifts, restaurants, a golf course, a skating rink, tennis courts, a community pool and a performing arts center.