This place looks like a tropical jungle when in reality it is Glacier National Park, Montana.
This road trip that we were on around the US has opened my eyes in amazement when it comes to the different landscapes that each state possesses. I’ve been privileged to be able to see how diverse each state is and it has made me appreciate the convenient roadways that has allowed me to visit each one with ease. And a big shoutout to whoever invented the google maps that is also something I’m super thankful for. It makes for no excuses to not travel.
DAY 92: SAN FRANCISCO
Today we headed out on a grand tour of San Fran, visiting the world's most crooked street and Ghirardelli's chocolate factory, wandering the piers and exploring the biggest Chinatown outside of Asia
Located in northeastern Illinois next to Lake Michigan, the town of Wilmette is home to the largest and oldest of the 8 temples of the Bahá'í Faith in the world, with 42 m (138 ft) of height and a dome of 22 m (72 ft) in diameter, seating up to 1,191 people.🕌 It was built between 1922 and finished in 1931, having been planned by a small group of Bahá'ís in dowtown Chicago, followers of this monotheistic religion that emphasizes the spiritual unity of all humankind.⛅ The house of warship is a domed structure surrounded by gardens in the fountains on a six, 97 acre plot of land.🌳 The Baha’i Faith was established by Bahá’u’lláh in 1863, initially growing in Iran and parts of the Middle East where it faced ongoing persecution since it’s inception, nowadays with currently between 5 and 7 million adherents.💫