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Top Choice Religious Site in Maui

Piʻilanihale Heiau

Piʻilanihale Heiau is an immense lava stone platform with a length of 450ft. The history of this astounding temple is shrouded in mystery, but there’s no doubt that it was an important religious site. Archaeologists…
Architecture in Arizona

Taliesin West

Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the seminal American architects of the 20th century. Taliesin West was his desert home and studio, built between 1938 and 1940. Still home to an architecture school and open to the publ…
Saloon in Nevada

Pioneer Saloon

About 10 miles north of the California border on I-15 is the enclave of Jean. Turn off at Nevada Landing, a steamboat-style casino hotel, for the 7-mile trip west on NV 161 to Goodsprings, where this little roadside…
Winery in Virginia

Bluemont Vineyard

Bluemont produces ruby-red Nortons and crisp Viogniers, though it’s equally famous for its spectacular location – at a 950ft elevation with sweeping views over the countryside.
Winery in Virginia

Breaux Vineyards

One of Virginia’s largest vineyards with some 18 varietals, Breaux produces award-winning reds, including an exceptional Merlot Reserve. Also hosts regular events, including a big Cajun festival in June.
Winery in Virginia

Chrysalis Vineyards

Proudly using the native Norton grape (which dates back to 1820), Chrysalis produces highly drinkable reds and whites – including a refreshing Viognier. The pretty estate hosts a bluegrass fest in October.
Winery in Virginia

Fabbioli Cellars

This eco-friendly winery provides an intimate but informal tasting experience, where you can learn about the wines from innovative winemaker Doug Fabbioli himself. It’s open outside its regular hours by appointment.
Winery in Virginia

Tarara Vineyard

On a bluff overlooking the Potomac, this 475-acre estate provides guided tours showing the grape’s journey from vine to glass. The winery has a 6000-sq-ft cave/cellar, and visitors can pick fruit in the orchard or h…
Amusement Park in Arizona

Rawhide Western Town & Steakhouse

Every 'howdy' sounds sincere at this re-created 1880s frontier town located about 20 miles south of Mesa on the Gila River Indian Reservation. Test your mettle on a mechanical bull or a stubborn burro, ride a cutesy…
Bar in Nevada

Loser's Lounge

Pictures of General Custer, Robert E. Lee and other famous 'losers' decorate the walls at this at this bar and dance-club fixture at the Riverside Resort. Live bands play Top 40 music nightly starting at 9pm.