WEBSITE OF THE DAY: U.S. President's Travel Map

U.S. President's Travel Map
With President's Day taking place last week in the United States, an interactive map on USAToday.com caught my attention. It documents all of our presidents who traveled abroad, beginning with Teddy Roosevelt who kicked things off with a visit to the Panama Canal and ending with President Obama, who had his first nation visit last week; Canada. What's cool is that when you click the President's picture, it will tell you how many nations he visited and a map will highlight the countries - countries he's visited more than once are indicated by a darker shade of blue. For more detailed information, click the view list button below Truman's picture and it will list each country. Bill Clinton was the first president to make over 100 international visits (133 to be exact with Italy being the most at eight visits). George Bush topped him by three and was the first to visit Mongolia. I wonder if President Obama will beat him? If only he would take me on a trip on Air Force One. How incredible would that be?!
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WEBSITE OF THE DAY: U.S. President's Travel Map
WEBSITE OF THE DAY: U.S. President's Travel Map
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