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Rapid City, South Dakota | I-90 Exit Guide

Rapid City, South Dakota

February 28, 2014 • I-90 DestinationsComments Off on Rapid City, South Dakota

Rapid City lies west of the Missouri River at the heart of a landscape of prairies, pine forests, and desolate, rocky outcroppings. South Dakota’s second-largest city is a great place from which to explore the well-known Black Hills. Founded only two years after the gold boom in the Black Hills, Rapid City is a boomtown …

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Wilmington, North Carolina | Photo: Jason W. Smith

Wilmington, North Carolina

February 25, 2014 • I-40 DestinationsComments Off on Wilmington, North Carolina

Just minutes from the beaches, Wilmington’s picturesque riverfront emerges from the Cape Fear River. Gracing its banks is one of the state’s largest historic districts, numbering approximately 230 blocks. Downtown Wilmington is a place where

Santa Fe, New Mexico | I-40 Exit Guide

Santa Fe, New Mexico

February 25, 2014 • I-40 DestinationsComments Off on Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe (meaning the Holy Faith) is an ancient city nestled at an elevation of 7000 feet in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. It was established in 1610 and is the oldest capital city in the United States. The culture of the Pueblo people of

lake Tahoe, Nevada | I-80 Exit Guide

Lake Tahoe, Nevada

February 24, 2014 • I-80 DestinationsComments Off on Lake Tahoe, Nevada

Lake Tahoe is awesome! Beginning in late autumn and continuing through the winter and spring, the Sierra Nevada mountain region becomes a winter wonderland. Snow is measured in feet, not inches, and a normal winter will see accumulations of 30 to 40 feet in

Cleveland, Ohio | Photo by: Avogadro94

Cleveland, Ohio

February 24, 2014 • I-80 DestinationsComments Off on Cleveland, Ohio

Often cited as a model for urban rebirth and named one of the top 10 international visitor hotspots by Travel and Leisure magazine, the city of Cleveland, located on the shores of Lake Erie, has truly lived up to its image as The New American City.