Top Ten Travel List Logo Show Mobile Menu

Posts in Category: Unique and Unusual

The Chapel of the Holy Cross: Vortex & Views in Sedona

The Chapel of the Holy Cross, a Roman Catholic church in Sedona, Arizona, is a truly unique sight to behold as it is built in between 2 towering red rock formations. The chapel rises 200 feet from the ground with a 90 foot cross as the centerpiece. This beautiful work of art was inspired by […]

Attraction of the Week: The Pinball Hall of Fame in Vegas

Go back in time with an afternoon of youthful fun playing classic pinball machines from the 1950’s up until the 1990’s. As soon as you walk into the massive 10,000 square foot space dedicated solely to all different types of pinball machines, you will be hit with a feeling of nostalgia. As someone who watches […]

Halloween in Jerome: The Largest Ghost Town in America

This Halloween consider planning a trip to a real ghost town like Jerome, Arizona, a former booming mining town which is now known as “the largest ghost town in America.” This mountainside community, located in Northern Arizona in between Flagstaff and Prescott, is an easy day trip from many popular tourist destinations. Jerome, founded in 1876, was […]

Attraction of the Week: Standin’ on the Corner Park in Winslow

Standin’ on the Corner Park is a popular road stop destination amongst fans of the classic 1970’s Eagles song “Take it Easy (co-written by Glenn Frey and Jackson Browne). Winslow, Arizona, a small town 60 miles east of Flagstaff just off of Route 66, is most famous for being mentioned in this classic rock tune, […]

Attraction of the Week: Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Petroglyph National Monument is quite an interesting addition to any Albuquerque vacation. While most tourists will be busy trying out authentic New Mexican cuisine in historic Old Town, taking a scenic ride on the Sandia Peak tramway, and/or enjoying a narrated Breaking Bad tour, planning for a short stop at Petroglyph National Monument is definitely worthy […]

Hiking Hotspot: Bell Rock Pathway in Sedona

Bell Rock is one of Sedona’s most popular hiking trails. Aside from the picturesque views of Sedona’s towering red rock formations, Bell Rock is also one of the 4 major vortex sites, making it one of the go-to trails for new tourists to the area. The trail is scenic with nice views of both Bell […]

Halloween in Salem: Exploring Real Life Hocus Pocus Filming Locations

It’s hard to believe that the now beloved Halloween classic Hocus Pocus hit theaters 21 years ago (boy do I feel old!).  Hocus Pocus is one of those rare movies that grows on you more with each viewing. The gorgeous setting in Salem, the crisp fall colors, trick or treating, all the Halloween magic…it brings up […]

Pagosa Springs: A Relaxing Soak in the World’s Deepest Hot Springs

Pagosa Springs, a small town in Southwestern Colorado, was named as so by the Ute Indians in 1866 after the discovery of the area’s healing waters: the world’s deepest geothermal hot springs. Pagosa Springs is a beautiful small town surrounded by over 3 million acres of gorgeous wilderness, including the San Juan National Forest. There […]

Attraction of the Week: Trees of Mystery in Northern California

Trees of Mystery is a touristy, yet very entertaining and worthwhile roadside attraction which gives you the opportunity to learn about the beautiful coast redwood trees.  Located along picturesque Hwy 101 in Northern California, just 36 miles south of the Oregon border, this quirky road side stop is the perfect place to take a much […]

Aliens in Roswell, New Mexico

Roswell, a small city in Southeastern New Mexico, is most well-known for being home to the UFO incident of 1947. Although the alleged crash was 75 miles Northwest of Roswell in the desert, the town is still most frequently associated with UFOs. Over the years there has been an abundance of evidence, both to prove […]



Travel With Us!