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Five exotic places you can go without a U.S. passport  Puerto Rico United States Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John—plus a scattering of smaller isles Northern Mariana Islands Guam American Samoa,  a collection of five volcanic islands and two atolls between Fiji and the Cook Islands

Five exotic places you can go without a U.S. passport

Five exotic places you can go without a U.S. passport Puerto Rico United States Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John—plus a scattering of smaller isles Northern Mariana Islands Guam American Samoa, a collection of five volcanic islands and two atolls between Fiji and the Cook Islands

Flathead Lake, Montana. The water is so clear it looks shallow, but it's actually 370 feet. I wanna go here!

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Flathead Lake, Montana. The water is so clear it looks shallow, but it's actually 370 feet. I wanna go here!

Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans.  Many fond memories created there with friends, family and after school dances.  This was the place to go after dances.

Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans. Many fond memories created there with friends, family and after school dances. This was the place to go after dances.

Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie, LA.  Oak Alley Plantation (L'Allée des chênes) was named for a remarkable quarter-mile double row of 28 live oaks, planted in the early 1700's by a French settler. The trees extended from the main house down to the shore of the Mississippi River.

Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie, LA. Oak Alley Plantation (L'Allée des chênes) was named for a remarkable quarter-mile double row of 28 live oaks, planted in the early 1700's by a French settler. The trees extended from the main house down to the shore of the Mississippi River.

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