The 5 most visited destinations in the West Coast of the United States

In addition to the Grand Canyon, the west coast of the United States also has the world-famous Hollywood Boulevard.

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Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

If you've never been to the Grand Canyon, it's hard to imagine its grandeur. The area is nearly 450 km long. Visitors come here often to take the time to drive from the beginning to the end of the area. You will see firsthand the crack with the abyss deeper than 1.5 km.
Grand Canyon
Don't forget to look at the center of the canyon. From here, you take in view of the steep rocky landscape, close to each other in the distance, looking like giant conical hats made from a god. Standing on the brink, you can't see the Colorado River rolling around the foot of the mountain.
Solvang - "Danish miniature" in American soil

Solvang - "Danish miniature" in American soil

Solvang is a small, quite special town in Santa Barbara, California, USA. Solvang in Danish means "Sunny field". More than 100 years ago, a group of Danish people came here to settle down and establish a village with the cultural characteristics of their country.
Solvang - "Danish miniature" in American soil
Here, visitors will find themselves like being lost in the scenery in Denmark with windmills, pointed roof houses with colorful wooden frames, gas-lit lanterns and colorful flower pots hung high.
"Rainy city" Seattle

"Rainy city" Seattle

Seattle is part of Washington state, famous for its nickname "Rain City" due to its temperate climate and frequent rain. The city is peaceful and fresh with a green color of trees, made up of mountains, bays, lakes and straits. In Seattle, you can experience the high-running Monorail, through high-rise buildings, watching the bustling streets of the city center. From the Monorail train station, just walking through a few streets is to the old Pike Place market, which is loved by many tourists, thanks to the harmonious traditional culture in the vibrant and modern life.

Snoqualmie Falls, Washington University, Chihuly Garden & Glass glass gardens ... are also attractive destinations when you come to Seattle.
Hoover Dam, America's great building

Hoover Dam, America's great building

Hoover Dam is the name of a dam located in Las Vegas. This is the world's largest and highest hydroelectric dam when completed, with construction techniques to ensure safety for hundreds of years. The dam was built on the Colorado River, the river is always flowing swiftly, bringing abundant water for the area.
Hoover Dam, America's great building
The dam joins the three states of California, Arizona, and Nevada with 200-meter-tall concrete pillars and solid observatory. You will see the panoramic view of the Colorado River and Lake Mead.
Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hollywood Walk of Fame

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a curb along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, California. It is also known as Avenue of Stars - a place to honor the world's leading names that make a great contribution to the entertainment industry.

Thousands of famous artists from 5 fields: cinema, music, television, drama, radio are engraved on pink stone stars, copper borders in the road.

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