Salina is a city in and the county seat of Salina County, Kansas, United States. It is the largest wheat-producing area and a regional trade center of north central Kansas. Salina has a humid continental climate with hot and humid summers and typically cold and dry winters.
Lawrence is located in northeastern Kansas and it is the anchor city of the Lawrence Metropolitan and Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Douglas County. It is the sixth largest city in the State of Kansas and the county seat of Douglas County.
North Little Rock, known as "opposite Little Rock" until the civil war and ''Argenta'' from January 1906 to October 1917, is located across the picturesque Arkansas River in Pulaski County, Arkansas. The state’s 6th largest city includes among others beautiful lakes, magnificent parks, walking and bicycling trails, recreational and entertainment facilities.
Zip-flyer in Sarangkot, in western Nepal, is the ultimate zip-lining experience worldwide! In the middle of a unique landscape, under the ''Roof of the Gods'', you can taste the most adrenaline-peak moments of your life! Zip-lining there means flying at an elevation of 5400 m/17716 ft high for a distance of 1800 m/5905 ft long.
Little Rock is the capital of Arkansas and it is situated on the south bank of the Arkansas River. It has its name taken from the French explorer Benard de LaHarpe in 1721. It is a historic city with many museums, such as the Central High Museum, Children’s Museum and Discovery Museum. It also features awesome restaurants and exciting nightlife and offers many recreational activities to visitors.
The Sunshine Coast is a well-known coastal tourism route, stretching from Tsitsikamma to East London In the Eastern Cape. Endowed with rivers, subtropical forests, lakes and lagoons, the Sunshine Coast is an irresistable temptation for everyone.
Bismarck is the capital of the U.S. state of North Dakota, located on the east bank of the Missouri River and the county seat of Burleigh County. Bismarck features the tallest building in the state, the North Dakota State Capitol. It is also the second most populous city in North Dakota after Fargo.