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Celebrating a Birthday in Style
Searching for a way to make a special friend or relative's birthday memorable? Traveling with the whole group to an exotic location, or one that's just around the corner and packed with entertaining attractions is the ticket! Show the birthday boy or girl how much you appreciate them by arranging a trip to the mountains, beach, or exciting city.

5 Things to Do in LA
So your group has traveled to Los Angeles. Your event will take up a good amount of your time, but what to do with your off time? You are, after all, in our nation's second-largest city. There has to be a million different attractions for your group to visit. But which ones?

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Road Trip! Stop and Smell the Roses and the Potato Chip and the Fairies

Road Trip Group Travel IdeasFun Road Trip Ideas!

While your group is away for your conference, family reunion, vacation, or other trip, you may want to take a moment to stop and consider the uniquely odd nature of mankind. That is, by checking out a few of these strange tourist attractions. Perhaps one of them will be close by. Wouldn't seeing bigfoot be worth it?

Celebrate the odd:

  • Sadly, the world only has one example of the elusive “Bassigator.” This 22-foot-long, half-alligator, half-bass monstrosity is so elusive that the only known specimen is mounted on a boat trailer behind the UCM Museum in Abita Springs, Louisiana. But don't stand too close. According to the museum's curator, it's alive, but dormant, and may decide to make a snack of you if you stand too close.
  • Stay awhile, and you could double, triple, quadruple the population of these towns: Lost Springs, Wyoming, Hibberts Gore, Maine, Erying's Location, New Hampshire, and New Amsterdam, Indiana. According to the 2000 census, each of these towns has a population of exactly 1. At least there's no election controversy in these towns.
  • Ever wonder why people throw their old shoes over power lines and tree branches? Well, you won't get an answer here, but check out the shoe tree on Highway 50 near Middlegate, Nevada. Hundreds of discarded pairs of footwear adorn this smelly Christmas-like tree. Local lore has it that the first pair was thrown during a wedding night argument by a young couple. The couple later added their childrens' shoes to the mix, with others joining in in time.
  • The Cathedral of Junk in the south side of Austin, Texas is exactly what it sounds like: 60 tons of junk, meticulously constructed into a mini-palace of sorts, starting in 1988 by owner Vince Hannemann. Why would anyone convert his backyard into a tribute to America's garbage? You'll have to ask Vince.
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