In this photo taken Tuesday, July 21, 2015, smoke from the the Reynolds Creek wildefire rises above the landscape at St. Mary Lake in Glacier National Park, Mont. The fast-moving wildfire torched a car and forced tourists to abandon their vehicles on the Montana park's most popular roadway while officials evacuated hotels, campgrounds and homes. The National Weather Service warned that wind gusts combined with low humidity in the park and the rest of northwestern Montana had created extreme conditions for wildfires Wednesday afternoon. (Erin Conwell via AP)

“I think what we’re offering visitors is a completely different experience throughout the park,” Germann told The Associated Press on Friday. “So many people rely on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, but you and I know there is so much more to Glacier.”

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FILE -  In this Oct. 13, 2012 file photo, the wing of a U.S. Air Force plane, sits on exhibit along with the old, empty outer casings of Soviet missiles, top, at the military complex Morro Cabana, which is open to tourists in Havana, Cuba. The Cuban government says the wing belonged to the plane of U.S. pilot Rudolf Anderson who was killed on Oct. 27, 1962, when his reconnaissance aircraft was shot down while over flying Cuban air space during the Cuban Missile Crisis. (AP Photo/Ismael Francisco, Cubadebate, File)

But any visitor to the Cuban capital can see that connections between the two nations run long and deep just by taking stock of all the attractions showcasing American culture and history. Despite decades of hostility, some of these sites even seem to celebrate Americans, while others reflect an anti-U.S. point of view.

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FILE - This July 26, 2004, file photo shows the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace in Yorba Linda, Calif. The galleries at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum are getting a $25 million upgrade to add more audio and video features and include interactive touchscreens common to most modern museum exhibits, officials said. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)

“It’s all panels and photos and content. It’s good stuff, but it is just not up to par with what museums are like nowadays,” said Joe Lopez, a spokesman for the Richard Nixon Foundation, a private organization that supports the library. More than half of the country’s current population didn’t live through Nixon’s presidency, Lopez noted.

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FILE - In this Sunday, July 17, 1955 file photo, Gov. Goodwin J. Knight, left, Walt Disney, right, and Virginia Knight, wife of the governor, back seat, take a ride in an antique-styled automobile at Disneyland near Anaheim, Calif., at the premiere opening. Twenty-two thousand guests, including many notables, were invited. (AP Photo)

Then came the Three Little Pigs, Donald Duck, Pluto, Snow White, The Seven Dwarfs, Dumbo, Pinocchio and a host of other characters who became famous around the world. Somewhere along the line the cartoon wizard got the notion for an amusement park. Not the usual Coney Island affair, but an imaginative playground that would delight young and old.

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