NEW YORK

  New York City (also known as the Big Apple) is the heaviest populated city in the U.S. and the center of the New York metro area, and one of the most populous metropolitan locations on earth. The city is called the City of New York or New York City to differentiate it from the…


PHOENIX

  The city of Phoenix is the capital of the U.S. state of Arizona. Having about 1.5 million, the city of Phoenix has the highest populace of any capital in the U.S., and additionally the 5th most populous city nationally, right after such big cities as Los Angeles and Chicago. Thought of as the heart…


RIVERSIDE

  Riverside is a city in Riverside County, California, located in an area commonly referred to as the Inland Empire. Riverside is the most populated city in the Inland Empire, with a 2012 census estimate of over 300,000 people. Situated about 55 miles east of Los Angeles, it is a part of the Greater Los…


SAN DIEGO

  San Diego is a important city in California, located at the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean, just about 110 miles (190 km) south of LA and immediately adjoining to the border of Mexico. San Diego is the 7th biggest city in the U.S. and it is among the swiftest expanding cities in the country….


SAN FRANCISCO

  San Francisco is the financial, cultural and commercial center of Northern California. The county of San Francisco covers an area of close to fifty square miles, making it the smallest county in California. With a 2014 estimate of over 850,000 people, San Francisco is the 4th most populated city in the state, trailing only…


TAMPA

  Tampa is a city in the county of Hillsborough County, Florida. It is located on the west coast of Florida on Tampa Bay, near the Gulf of MexicoAs of 2012 the city had a population of close to 350,000 people. Tampa is part of the metropolitan area commonly known as the Tampa Bay Area….


WASHINGTON DC

  Washington, D.C., formally referred to as the District of Columbia and commonly referred to as “Washington” or simply “D.C.”, is the capital of the United States. The U.S. Constitution provided for a federal district under the jurisdiction of the Congress, meaning that the District is not a part of any U.S. state. Washington, D.C.,…