20 Places All Americans Should See Before They Die
20 Places All Americans Should See Before They Die Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska Snow and ice cover most of this massive glacial park in Alaska. The huge Harding Icefield is the source of the glacial water that carves out seawater-filled valleys that form fjords worthy of National Geographic photography. Marine wildlife—like sea lions, harbor seals, and whales—is another major draw for nature-loving tourists.
Glaciar Perito Moreno, Calafate (by racatumba, via Flickr) - This place is so amazing, that it is considered the 8th Wonder of the World; a nice option to continue your trip through Argentina after your Spanish lessons at El Pasaje Spanish School :) www.elpasajespanish.com