Scone Palace – Perth, Scotland

For more than 1,000 years, Scone Palace served as the crowning place for the Kings of Scotland. A replica of the Stone of Scone (a.k.a. The Coronation Stone) sits on the property today. We toured the palace on our 2008 Scotland trip. The grounds are open to the public and entrance is gained for a nominal fee.

The Ruins of Tikal – Petén, Guatemala

We visited Tikal National Park on our 2010 Guatemala trip. Built by a pre-Columbian Maya civilization in the Classic Period, it’s perhaps most famous as the rebel base in Star Wars Episode IV.

Horseshoe Falls – Niagara Falls, Canada

Horseshoe Falls is the largest of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls. After diversion for power production, about 90% of the Niagara River, or more than three million cubic feet of water per minute, flows over Horseshoe Falls. We visited Horseshoe Falls on our 2016 Niagara Falls Trip.