The best places for looking to the skies

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.travelguard.com/travel-news/The-best-places-for-looking-to-the-skies/

    Whether you're traveling through Europe, South America or the U.S., there's no denying that big cities have a considerable draw, but if you're among those who like to enjoy the night sky, a metropolis is not your best bet. Densely populated areas tend to obscure the celestial bodies that hang in the heavens, but there are often more remote locations that can offer up breathtaking views of the stars. There are many ideal places, but according to Departures magazine, a few in particular that stand above the rest.

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    Yep. I can walk out my front door and see many more stars than the east coast can. That is why Tucson is an International destination for star gazing.
     
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