• Peeps in Places

    <a href="http://traveler.nationalgeographic.com/" target="external">National Geographic Traveler</a> asked readers to submit photos of Peeps, those marshmallow treats, in far-flung places. Here is a look at the best <a href="http://blogs.nationalgeographic.com/blogs/intelligenttravel/2010/03/peeps-in-places.html" target="external">Peeps in Places</a>, starting with these that just got hitched by Elvis in a drive-through chapel in Vegas. The love birds just couldn't be happier.
  • Peeps in Places

    Peepin' around Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building in New York.
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    This Peep fills in for Ramses' lost head at the Ramesseum in Luxor, Egypt. Despite temperatures of more than 100 degrees, the Peeps never melted.
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    Here's a sushi chef Peep.
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    Ansel Adams would photograph on top of his car. Here is a remake of a great scene from the past in Yosemite National Park in California.
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    Peeps checking out the Chagall mosaic "The Four Seasons" in downtown Chicago.
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    A snowy Peep at the Navajo Loop in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.
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    Having some fun at the Coliseum in Rome.
  • Peeps in Places

    These Peeps enjoy a good time at Miami's South beach during spring break.
  • Peeps in Places

    "Peeping Duk" went to Chinatown in Washington, D.C., and got his picture taken under the Friendship Archway. He was so excited to wear his new Chinese hat that he bought in one of the tourist shops. The Friendship Arch is a traditional Chinese gate, dedicated in 1986 to celebrate friendship with Washington's sister city of Beijing. According to the plaque next to the arch, it is the largest such single-span archway in the world.
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