The Great Wall of China snakes along for miles, beautifully devoid of anyone but you.
In reality, there are humans everywhere.
The pyramids of Giza, shrouded in mystery, beckon with wide open desert.
Not so much. The pyramids are literally in the middle of Cairo.
The Mona Lisa is just waiting for you to take that perfect photo.
...if you can even get a perfect photo from 10 feet away and through a massive crowd.
Niagara Falls is magical.
More of a poncho-clad hell.
The Sistine Chapel is just begging to be studied in awed silence.
It's really a mosh pit with a beautiful ceiling.
What's a trip to Paris without a shot of the Eiffel Tower?
Lines are insane, so maybe it's best to just ogle it from afar.
Manneken Pis is a must-see for anyone visiting Brussels.
But why? It's a tiny statue on the corner of a busy pedestrian street.
Versailles, a true fairytale.
Sorry, make that nightmare.
Disney World, the most magical place on Earth...
If you don't suffer from claustrophobia, that is.
Beijing's Forbidden City looks gorgeous.
But we'll pass.
People love watching Buckingham Palace's guards change.
*A lot* of people love watching Buckingham Palace's guards change.
Yellowstone Park, a place for the quiet contemplation of nature's beauty...
If you can find some quiet.
People from all over the world flock to Copenhagen's Little Mermaid statue.
"Flock" might be an understatement.