Best Individual Sports in USA

Best individual sports in USA

This article describes about the best individual sports in USA.The information is derived from those websites which are being browsed most in the United States of America. (The websites concerned with the individual sports are taken into consideration). Continue reading “Best Individual Sports in USA”

Best Tourist spots in USA

Tourist spots in USA

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Famous Temples in USA

Famous Temples In USA

Famous Temples in USA-Are there too many Hindu temples in America today?

Yes.

A brief count of Hindu-temple websites and the number of temples listed with the “Council for Hindu Temples of USA” reveal a conservative estimate of about 80 temples.

Far too many, in my opinion.i have listed few

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Top 10 corporates that changed the world

Top 10 Corporates That Changed The World

Top 10 corporates That Changed the World shows how some of the greatest businesses of all time achieved their success – found untapped niches, stayed on top of trends, managed progressively, and encouraged creativity. Continue reading “Top 10 corporates that changed the world”

Top 10 Largest Hotels in the world

Top 10 Largest Hotels In The World

Below list shows the largest hotels in the world.

The Palazzo

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Rooms: 7117

The Palazzo

Palazzo is a luxury hotel and casino resort and named the largest hotel in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records.

It is situated between Wynn and The Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. One of the tallest completed building in Nevada. This all-suite hotel offers the largest standard accommodations on the Las Vegas Strip with 53 floors. The Palazzo was awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award for 2009, and has been awarded the honor every year since.

 

MGM Grand Las Vegas       

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Rooms: 6,852

MGM Grand Las Vegas

This colossal, emerald-colored casino resort is fronted by a signature 45-foot bronze lion situated on the South end of the Strip across from the Tropicana.

The modern rooms have sleek furnishings, glass-topped desks and marble bathrooms; suites add living areas and Roman bathtubs. Some wellness-themed rooms feature air purification systems, aromatherapy diffusers, and access to a special lounge. A resort fee includes Wi-Fi and access to a workout room.

Perks include 4 pools, 3 whirlpools, and a lazy river, live entertainment, a spa and fitness center a huge casino, trendy nightclubs, and numerous fine dining and casual restaurants

 

First World Hotel

Location: Malaysia

Rooms: 6118

First World Hotel

A three-star hotel, making it the third-largest hotel in the world by number of rooms. It was the largest hotel in the world with 52 floors until The Palazzo. It consists of Tower 1 and Tower 2, with 1,669 standard rooms, 3,307 deluxe rooms, 69 deluxe triple rooms, 493 superior deluxe rooms and 136 world club rooms.

 

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

Location: Orlando, United States

Rooms: 5524

Disney's All-Star Sports Resort

A resort which is a part of the Disney world and totally having 30 buildings with 3 floors each. It is one of five Resorts in the Value Resort category, along with Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort, and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort.

As is characteristic with all Disney Value resorts, the property is decorated with giant novelty items such as Surfboard Bay, the baseball-themed Grand Slam Pool and a football field, and a giant football helmet.

 

Izmailovo Hotel  

Location: Moscow, Russia

Rooms: 5,000

Izmailovo Hotel

The Izmailovo Hotel was built for the 1980 Summer Olympics, because Moscow lacked enough hotel rooms in 30 stories each other. It is usually rated a three star hotel (Alfa, Vega and Delta are rated four star hotels) and its four buildings, Alfa, Beta, Vega and Gamma-Delta, are independently managed.

Wynn Las Vegas

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Rooms: 4,750

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It is a luxury resort and casino has 93 floors. The resort covers 215 acres. The resort has earned AAA five diamond, Mobil five-star, Forbes five-star, Michelin five star, and Zagat Survey Top U.S. Hotel ratings, as well as one Michelin star for its restaurant Wing Lei.

It is considered to be one of the finest hotels in the world and collectively hold more Forbes five-star awards than any other resort and casino in the world.

 

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Rooms: 4426

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino

 

A 43-story luxury hotel and casino, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. One of the property’s towers operates as the Delano, also the Four Seasons Hotel is independently operated within the Mandalay Bay tower, occupying 5 floors (35–39).

The Mandalay Bay Tram connects the resort to its sister properties, Excalibur and Luxor, all three of which were constructed by Circus Enterprises before its sale to MGM.

 

Luxor Las Vegas

Location: Las Vegas, united States

Rooms: 4408

Luxor Las Vegas

The 30-story hotel owned and operated by International. Due to the 2008 to 2009 renovation, it has a new, highly modernized design including 442 suites, lining the interior walls of a pyramid-shaped tower and within more recent twin 22-story ziggurat towers.

Luxor is the largest hotel in Las Vegas and the seventh largest in the world as of 2010.

 

The Ambassador City Jomtien

Location: pattaya, Thailand

Rooms: 4219

The Ambassador City Jomtien

The Ambassador City Jomtien   is a large resort. It occupies a 40-acre campus overlooking the beach and nearby mountains. It consists of five buildings that each contain 150 to 2,000 suites, plus eight restaurants, several bars and nightclubs, a convention center, and a sports/fitness facility that claims to have Asia’s largest swimming pool.

 

The Excalibur Hotel and Casino

Location: Las vagus, United States

Rooms: 4008

The Excalibur Hotel and Casino

Excalibur Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International.

Often Excalibur uses the Arthurian theme in several ways and named as mythical sword of King Arthur. Its facade is a stylized image of a castle. The hotel is linked by overhead pedestrian bridges to neighboring casinos to the north to the east.

Top 10 Best airports in the world

Top 10 best airports in the world

The World Airport Awards are the most prestigious accolades for the airport industry voted by customers in the largest, annual global airport customer satisfaction survey. The Awards are based on 13.25 million airport survey questionnaires completed by 106 different nationalities of airline customers during the survey period.

Beijing capital

Yearly passengers: 83.7 million

Beijing capital

As the second-busiest airport in the world, Beijing’s Capital Airport has played a major role in the Chinese capital’s explosive growth.

With this growth, the airport has built new facilities and upgraded its infrastructure. Capital’s Terminal 3 was rated as the 10th-best terminal in the world.

 London Heathrow    

Yearly passengers: 72.4 million

london heathrow

Heathrow is the world’s third-busiest airport and the largest of the five primary airports serving London.

Heathrow is in the midst of a major renovation with the addition of a brand new Terminal 2 building. Its seven-year-old Terminal 5 building was named the best airport terminal in the world by Skytrax.

Heathrow serves as the main hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.

Tokyo Haneda international airport

Yearly passengers: 68.9 million

Tokyo Haneda international airport

Haneda is one of two major international airports that serve the Tokyo area. Located a few miles away from the heart of the Japanese capital, Haneda has proved to be a popular port of entry for business travellers and tourists.

The world’s fourth-busiest airport, Haneda is known for its service efficiency, cleanliness, and shopping.

 Hong Kong international Airport

Yearly passengers: 59.6 millions

Hong Kong international

 

Built on an artificial island off the coat of Hong Kong, HKG has become one of the most popular facilities in the world since it opened in 1998.

One of the busiest airports in Asia, Hong Kong International serves as the home to Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, and Dragon air.

Be sure to play around at the Sky City Nine Eagles golf course near Terminal 2.

 Singapore changai

Yearly passengers: 53.7 million

Singapore changai

The Singaporean airport has received praise from flyers for its beautiful architecture, efficient operation, luxurious amenities, and broad offering of dining and shopping options.

Flyers passing through are treated to movie theatres, a multimedia entertainment deck, spas, and a wild corkscrew slide.

For the third year in a row, Changi takes the crown as the world’s best airport.

 Amsterdam Schiphol

Yearly passengers: 52.6 million

Amsterdam Schiphol

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe and serves as the hub for KLM, Trans via, and Delta.

Opened in 1916, Schiphol is noted for its wide variety of leisure activities and has a library in which flyers can cosy up with a good book while waiting for their flights

Incheon airport

Yearly passengers: 41.7 million

Incheon airport

Incheon’s highly regarded facilities feature an array of shopping and dining options, in addition to a bevy of cultural performances. The airport even has a Korean culture museum. Once again, Incheon is the world’s second best airport. Located on an island just outside of the South Korean capital, Incheon is home base to Korean Air and is the 24th-busiest airport in the world. It opened in 2001.

 Munich airport

Yearly passengers: 38.7 million

Munich airport

Munich serves as a major hub for Air Berlin, Lufthansa, and Condor and it features airy glass-heavy architecture. A nearby visitor’s park features manifold and a display of historic aircraft.

Located northeast of downtown Munich, MUC is one of the busiest airports in Europe and the second-busiest in Germany, after Frankfurt.

Zurich airport

Yearly passengers: 24.9 million

Zurich airport

Just eight miles from the heart of Zurich, the airport serves as the home for Swiss International Air Lines and as a hub linking Switzerland’s largest city with the rest of the country.

For passengers with an extended layover, Zurich Airport offers bicycle and inline-skate rentals and excursions to the Swiss Museum of Transport Lucerne.

Central japan international airport

Yearly passengers: 9.8 million

Central japan international airport

Built on an artificial island in the middle of Ise Bay near the city of Nagoya, Central Japan International also known as Centrair serves as a focus city for Japan Airlines and ANA.

Centrair holds the distinction as the best regional airport in the world.

It has a 1,000-foot-long sky deck where passengers can watch ships sail into Nagoya Port. There’s also a traditional Japanese bathhouse where you can have a relaxing soak while watching the sunset over the bay.

Top 10 Famous Historical places in USA

Famous historical places in USA

Twain House

Location: Hartford

twain house

The people who visits Mark Twain’s house can sense the author’s presence, Burns says. “You walk into the room and you can almost see the cigar smoke. You feel that if you just moved fast enough you could see the white haired man.

Yosemite

Location: California

yosemite

The National park, which Burns considers “the most beautiful place on Earth,” played a key role in our nation’s attitude toward conservation. The act signed by Abraham Lincoln that first preserved the area.

French Quarter

Location: New Orleans

frenchquarter

Visit to see New Orleans’ architecture, its wrought iron fences, and the Mississippi River “It’s not about gaudy Mardi Gras. It’s the Grand Canyon of American history, a station of the cross if you’re American and want to know its history. Visitors can feel cultures clashing, meeting and merging in this focal point of American history.”

The Brooklyn Bridge

Location: New York

brooklyn bridge

It’s remarkable enough that John Roebling’s span over the East River is still in constant use more than 130 years after it opened, but it also shows the energy, optimism and creativity of the age. “It’s one of the most gorgeous pieces of art and architecture of the 19th century,” Burns says. “In an age where most buildings were three or four stories, to have a place where seagulls flew beneath you was a thrill.”

Springwood

Location: Hyde Park, N.Y.

springwood

Franklin D. Roosevelt, who Burns considers the 20th century’s most important president, you have to visit his home, located along a scenic stretch of the Hudson River. “It’s where he spent all his summers. It’s where he came to recuperate. It’s where his family had the fondest memories of being together.”

 Gettysburg

Location: Pa.

gettysberg

America was shaken to its roots at what Burns calls “the greatest battle ever fought on American soil,” when more than 50,000 soldiers were killed, wounded, captured or went missing. “It was so traumatic for the nation that four months later, Lincoln would go on to give the most famous speech in U.S. history, doubling down on the Declaration of Independence.” The museum and visitors centre offers a comprehensive preview, including a film narrated by Morgan Freeman. After touring the battlefield, Burns suggests heading to the national cemetery at sundown.

Independence Hall

Location: Philadelphia

independence hall

It’s hard to overstate the importance of this building, where colonial leaders met and wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. “It’s the place where the United States was born, says. “Try to go on a hot summer day and understand that pre-air conditioning, our founding fathers gathered and tried to figure out how to invent a government.”

U.S. Capitol and the National Mall

Location: Washington

us capitol and national mall

The centre of U.S. political power provides a nearly palpable sense of the country’s storied past and its future. Walking the Mall takes visitors by world-renowned museums of art and history. “It’s one of the greatest places on Earth, and the heart of it is the U.S. Capitol, perhaps the most recognized building on Earth,” Burns says.

Saga more Hill

Location: Oyster Bay, N.Y.

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Theodore Roosevelt experienced some of the best and worst moments of his life at his Long Island home. Says “It’s a magnificent palace, the trophy case of his life, with the animals and the big game he shot.” It’s an entirely different personality from FDR’s home.

Lexington and Concord

Location: Mass

lexingtonandconcord

To comprehend the American Revolution, visit these Boston-area towns where it started. “You’ll understand the beginning of the guerrilla warfare that took place. Says, “The notion that a citizenry feeling the oppression of a country across the ocean would rise up and against the most powerful government on Earth.” Walk the battlefields at Lexington Green and North Bridge and other sites, and try to imagine Colonial and British soldiers engaged in a running firelight. Throughout the day at Lexington Green and North Bridge and other sites.