March 26, 2011
by Helen Anne Travis
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There are 82 “official” summits in the Alps mountain range, according to the Union Internationale des Associations d’Alpinisme (UIAA). Many thank to Megan, who snapped a dozen or so of them during her flight to Milan, Italy.
Dallas Fort Worth Airport From The Airplane Window
A Brief History of Brazil, and Obligatory Airplane Window Photo
Copenhagen From An Airplane Window
Coogee Beach, Australia From An Airplane Window
Aruba From An Airplane Window
Osaka, Japan From An Airplane Window
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The fact that Mount Fuji was off-limits to women until the late 1800s does not take away from the awesomeness of Japan’s highest mountain.
I’ve found a fellow window seat addict!
With approximately 10 million annual visitors, Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains is the most visited national park in the United States, receiving almost double the traffic of the Grand Canyon.