I love to travel. While I haven’t visited all of these spots, these images are impressive and are certainly forcing me to revise my travel list.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The capital city of Argentina and the second largest metropolitan in South America.
The Windy City. The Second City. Chi-Town. Frank’s kind of town.
Home of the Cowboys and the unofficial capital of Texas. Apparently everything is bigger here.
The most populace of the United Arab Emirates and the second largest after Abu Dhabi.
Hong Kong, China
Formerly an English territory, it was transferred back to China in 1997. A leading financial institution, Hong Kong is also one of the most densly populated places in the world.
Las Vegas, USA
The Entertainment Capital of the World. Sin City. The Marriage Capital of the World. Home to the famous Las Vegas Strip as well as home to regular performances by some of the world’s most popular entertainers.
Home to Parliment, London Bridge, Big Ben, and the iconic red double-decker bus.
Formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is the second most populace city in the world.
New York City, USA
The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. The Empire City. Home to the Yankees, the Empire State Building, and Times Square.
The capital and largest city in France. Home to the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, the Arc de Triumph, and Notre Dame (the cathedral not the school).
San Francisco, USA
The City by the Bay, Paris of the West, and the home to the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Emerald City. Home to Seattles Best Coffee and the birthplace of Grunge music.
Home to one of the busiest ports in all the world, as well as being the second most densely populated country in the world.
The largest and most populace city in Australia, featuring the iconic Sydney Opera House, one of the most iconic buildings of the 20th century.
The largest city in Canada, and one of the most populace cities in North America.