This ranks among the world's largest metropolises, a seemingly infinite cityscape where 20 million people buzz about skyscrapers, souvenir shops, and Michelin-starred restaurants. But behind a fence in the heart of town, Mexico City catches its breath at Bosque de Chapultepec, a very large park, which is twice the size of New York's Central Park, and the country's centuries-old playground. This location at many times have been considered sacred by its pass inhabitants; many were settlers like the Toltecs, and the Acolhua and also the Aztecs. While there they erected many alters, and also palaces as well as temples. The park has history to this day, that archaeologists are still working in it's location. This park is pre-dated by Columbian type history and allows glimpses into that history at the Moctezuma Baths, which are a set of stone pools where the 15th-century emperor did entertain. Farther north is the National Museum of Anthropology and one of the parks nine museums and the home to intricate Maya murals and 50-ton Olmec stone heads.
If that's not your cup of tea, there is always the Yellowstone National Park. There you will experience the geysers shooting hot water hundreds of feet into the air. A river rumbling through a primordial canyon. Thousands of bison roaming free across nearly 3,500 square miles of mountains and meadows. I find the wonders of Yellowstone National Park are a wild land spanning parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho and are so legendary that last year a million plus visitors came to Yellowstone of which I was one of them. Now, allow me to get you there and you will also see it's wonders in person..........
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