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The United States is one of the most remarkable places to visit in the world. Each of its five regions and the states of Alaska and Hawaii offer the visitor a unique vacation experience. Whether by air or ground, it is easy to travel uninterrupted within the 48 contiguous states. The citizens are friendly and accommodating throughout the country.
Alaska is equal in land size to about one half of the contiguous states. Its rugged beauty and unexplored territory is an outdoorsman's dream. If it is winter weather you enjoy with nature, you will love Alaska.View items...
Hawaii is a honeymooners and couples paradise. Honolulu is one of the top destinations in the world for international travelers, many of whom visit Hawaii for the purpose of getting married or for romantic escapes.View items...
The Midwest is known as the "world's breadbasket" with its ability to produce such an abundance of food. It too has remarkable cities such as Chicago with all its amenities and dubious history. The Midwest has retained the friendly atmosphere so prevalent in small cities and communities.View items...
The Northeast (New England) is the birthplace of the United States and offers sites of historical significance that has shaped the country from its founding. New York City helped define the country's purpose by welcoming thousands of immigrants from other places in the world. Boston, Philadelphia and the nation's capitol Washington D.C., are all excellent places to visit for their historical roles.View items...
The South Central region was settled by "cowboys" and farmers as the country pushed west in its early development stages. Primarily rural, it contains some of the most modern cities in the land. Dallas is a gateway from many places in the world.View items...
The Southeast is home to temperate weather, many outdoor activities and attractions, and metropolitan cities that feature country charm. It is home to Orlando, Florida the "Number 1 Tourist Destination in the World". Every state in the southeast offers excellent beaches or water sport activities. Atlanta serves as an important gateway into the United States.View items...
The West, especially the coastal states, offer a recreational playground to the Pacific Ocean. A drive down the Pacific Coast highway from Seattle to San Francisco to Los Angeles to San Diego offers scenic views not available any place else in the world.View items...
Bienvenue to Paris! Designed by Christian de Portzamparc, the five-star Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe sits just steps away from the world-famous landmark and Champs-Elysees Avenue. The most breathtaking of Arc de Triomphe Paris hotels, ours offers a thoroughly modern design, and upscale guest rooms and spacious suites appointed with tasteful decor.
Oceans cover 71% of the Earth’s surface, and we’ve only explored about 5% of it. That leaves so much of the Earth that we know nothing about. Not everyone can dive right into the water to look at the ocean life, so why not do the next best thing? Aquariums give us a window into a whole other world. Most locations around the world have aquariums; some larger than others.
Snowmobiling began to take off in the 1950's as lightweight design emerged. At first, snowmobiling was a topic of dispute, because snowmobilers like to take advantage of the flexibility of their machines to travel off-road, thereby disrupting otherwise pristine environments. Others objected to snowmobilers because their machines were noisy and polluted the environment.