Destinations of: United States

Gargantuan skyscrapers, Long Beach, the Adirondacks and Catskills, fall foliage, New York State has it all and the iconic attractions of the Big Apple will mesmerize the most jaded tourist. Shut out the noise and escape the crowds with a leisurely stroll around Central Park.

Idaho

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The hot springs and geysers of the Yellowstone National Park and the Hell’s Canyon wilderness area are Idaho’s biggest draw, along with grizzly bears. A rugged, wilderness area where even Boise, the capital, is only minutes from outdoor nirvana. And don’t forget the Potato Museum!
On the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago is the cultural hub of the state. Explore the prairies, take in the bright lights along the mighty Mississippi, or get your kicks along Route 66. Ronald Reagan was born here and Abraham Lincoln is buried here.

Maine

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Part of the New England region, the great outdoors beckons. Nature lovers head for the lakes and mountains or to the state parks which change color each autumn when the Fall foliage drops. Discover pretty coastal towns and colorful fishing harbors. Steamed lobster is on the menu.
Home to famous names like Cape Cod, Nantucket, Boston and the holiday paradise of Martha’s Vineyard, the state celebrates the concert season (Boston Symphony Orchestra) as well as the beachside ambience. Bordering Canada, exploration further afield is easy.
Its Gettysburg for military history, Philadelphia for art and science museums and the Liberty Bell, and Pittsburg for Andy Warhol. For a slower pace, head to Amish country. And Hershey’s Chocolate World and fun park in Harrisburg might be an option.
A naturally beautiful state of small town communities and relaxing rural landscapes, village greens, Ivy League schools and white-steepled churches, Connecticut bursts with little pockets of Americana. Take the road less travelled and enjoy the fall foliage and the relaxed nature of the region, without the crowds.
Situated in the heartland of the USA and once home to outlaws and cowboys, South Dakota is now best known for its national parks and the sculptures of the faces of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln carved into Mt Rushmore. Enjoy the great outdoors and learn about American Indian culture with a visit to a native Indian community.
Named after an English queen, Maryland has a maritime vibe. Lighthouses overlook Chesapeake Bay. Waterfront villages, beaches, maritime museums and the National Aquarium are here. Learn to sail at a seafarer’s school in Annapolis.

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