Tag Archives: United States

United States Population, Main Cities and Geography

USA: population, cities Population Population According to Countryaah website, the USA now has a population of around 330 million (2020). Ethnic groups The United States is a melting pot of many nations and ethnic groups. The country’s population is made up of: Caucasians (Europeans) approx. 70% Afro-Americans approx. 11% Latinos approx. 12% Asians approx 4%… Read More »

US 60 in Virginia

  US 60 Begin Alleghany End Virginia Beach Length 312 mi Length 502 km Route West Virginia West Virginia – Lexington: Lexington Good view Amherst Dillwyn Powhatan Richmond Williamsburg Hampton Norfolk Virginia Beach According to citypopulationreview.com, US 60 is a US Highway in the US state of Virginia. The road forms an east-west route through… Read More »

Texan Riviera

Texas is not exactly known for its beaches, but the fact is that the Texan Riviera is 560 km long – and in addition to the first-class sandy bays it can come up with all sorts of surprises: for example with the Padre Island National Seashore, Mustang Island, the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge , Barrier… Read More »

Lassen Volcanic Park, California

In the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in northern California’s Golden State is still active Mount Lassen, which last erupted in the early 1800s. Visitors will not only find breathtaking scenery here, but also a wondrous world of bubbling, hissing and bubbling mud pools and earth vents. Until 1914 Lassen Peak was the primary landmark… Read More »

Attractions in New Orleans, Louisiana

Most attractions in and near the French Quarter are within easy walking distance. New Orleans also has a good public transportation system. There are buses everywhere. While you could spend weeks in New Orleans and still discover something new, here is a list of ‘must sees’ in and around the historic downtown area. French Quarter… Read More »

Las Vegas, Nevada Attractions

According to topschoolsintheusa, Las Vegas is no ordinary city – not even when it comes to sightseeing. While hotels in other metropolises usually only represent the starting point for exploring the city, in Las Vegas they are the undisputed stars. Here are some highlights: Aria Resort & Casino One of the newest hotel complexes on… Read More »

Alaska Information

Wide tundra, seemingly endless valleys and wild river courses alternate with gigantic mountain ranges, narrow canyons, deep fjords and Nordic rainforest. Alaska is home to more than 3,000 rivers, three million lakes and 17 of the tallest mountains in the United States. Among them is Denali (Mount McKinley), which at 6,194 meters is also the… Read More »

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

Although there are many ways to get to know this mountain range – the most attractive is still to visit the national park established in 1915. Busy year-round, Rocky Mountain National Park is known for its views of the mighty Rocky Mountain range and wildlife. According to topmbadirectory, the park includes over 110 peaks over… Read More »

Las Vegas, Nevada

Nevada: it’s always a special experience. Actually, of course, all of Las Vegas (at least the center) is one big attraction. Walking or driving on The Srip you fall from one surprise to another. There is no place in the world where hotels are considered places of interest and public transport has placed its stops… Read More »

The Best Beaches in Miami, Florida

Lifeguard towers, endless sandy beaches and azure blue water: Miami is all about the beautiful beaches. You will always find a spot on a beach that suits your mood at that moment. Whether you feel like watching the many tourists on a lively beach or prefer a quiet, secluded spot, Miami offers it all. Family… Read More »

California: Golden State

According to Bestitude, the state of California, also known as the Golden State, is one of the most visited states in Western America , offering both bustling cities and beautiful natural parks. California is one of the fifty states of the United States of America and a California vacation is very versatile. It is stretched… Read More »

Museum Quarter Houston, Texas

Houston Museum Quarter (Houston, USA) – expositions, opening hours, address, phone numbers, official website. 20 museums, galleries and cultural centers on an area of ​​2 km² – all this is the Museum Quarter of Houston, located on the site of a former wasteland of the 1970s. A tourist who finds himself in the space capital… Read More »

New York Public Library

New York Public Library (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address, phone number, website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. The white marble building on Fifth Avenue is the main building of the New York Public Library, the remaining 86 branches are scattered throughout Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island. It was organized at the… Read More »

US Population

US statistics identifies 9 areas of the Bureau of the Census. Historically, the division of the country into 3 main regions – North, South and West. US statistics classify cities as settlements with a population of St. 25 thousand. 226 million Americans (over 80% of the population) live in cities, 55.5 million live in rural… Read More »

US Valentine’s Day

Proper preparation for US Valentine’s Day Many Americans mark Valentine’s Day in their calendars months in advance in order to have enough time to prepare. This includes the following: Asking someone out on a Valentine’s date Tinker Valentine’s cards (including purchase of materials) Write poetry or do research Find the right Valentine’s Day outfit Find… Read More »

California State University, East Bay Student Review (4)

Information on the application process 1.Preparations I applied to CSUEB through MicroEDU, which went smoothly. MicroEDU gave me all the information I needed for my stay abroad. 1.1 Insurance We were only obliged to take out health insurance abroad. I completed mine via the following link: www.protrip.de/95356, because there, among other things, a return transport… Read More »

Study in Sonoma State University

My experience with MicroEDU began when I spontaneously went to one of the many events in Münster, with the sober expectation that a semester abroad in the USA would probably be prohibitive (I think I’m not the only student who is short of money;-)). I was quickly convinced of the opposite when I heard that… Read More »