Across the USA Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

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The United States offers uncountable sights to the visitor, from the White House and the Capitolium in Washington through the skyscrapers of New York and the buildings of Chicago to the clay buildings of Santa Fe. The west, well known from the movies, awaits the visitors with wooden forts, the endless prairie, Indian villages and pueblos. Nature offers the visitor the Niagara Falls, the amazing red rocks of the Monument Valley, while the city of gambling, Las Vegas and the capital of movie making, Los Angeles shows the visitor a different side of the United States. Come along!

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  1. Jim Green
    Jim Green says:

    1) Staten (Island) in New York is pronounced STAT'n, rather than STATE'n. 2) Another reason for Chicago's nickname "The Windy City" is because of the number of political "blowhards" there. 3) The predecessors to the Navajo (Anasazi) were ah-nah-SAH-zee, not
    ah-NASS-iss. 4) The body of water behind Hoover Dam is Lake Mead, not Mead Lake. 5) The river which meets the Euphrates (Tigris) in Iraq, as well as the site in Las Vegas, is pronounced TIE-griss, not TEA-griss. 6) Although it's spelled the same as the cow thing that cowboys out West participate in, for some reason the street in Beverly Hills is pronounced row-DAY-oh Drive, rather than ROW-dee-oh. 7) You call a city of 100,000 (Santa Monica) a small town? That's a stretch.

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  2. María Luisa mujica moreno
    María Luisa mujica moreno says:

    alguien me puede hacer el favor de hacer un resumen del video en ingles,porfavor

    someone can do me the favor of making a video summary in English , please

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  3. Paulo Antonio
    Paulo Antonio says:

    I'm from brasilian. I don't speak in english, but I liked this video. I loved the language english. I'm studing english but I don't understand. I need help, please. Congratulations for your video.

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