Tag Archives: United States

Visiting America: Understanding U.S. Healthcare

So you’re planning on visiting the U.S.? If you’ve done your research and checked up on the most popular American states to visit, and have picked out the specific cities you’d like to stay in, you’re probably aware of all the things you need to do before your trip – fill out your Electronic Visa […]

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The Most Visited States in the United States by Foreign Travelers (2012)

Are you curious to know which states receive the most visitors? Well, here is a list of the top ten most visited states in the United States in 2012 by overseas travelers – excluding Mexico and Canada – as recognized by the Office of Travel and Tourism Industries, and the reasons travelers think they’re so […]

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Fly and Drive Adventures in the Golden State

There’s no better way to explore California at leisure than with a fly and drive holiday. No more being confined to a radius around one city or destination, just fly to a city, hire a car and hit the open road! As the third largest, and most populous, state in the USA, the sheer area […]

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Ten Stunning Aerial Shots of Major World Cities

Ten beautiful aerial shots for ten beautiful cities. Click on the linked city names to see our archives of travel articles and guides for each destination. Otherwise scroll through and enjoy the photos!

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Visiting Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand

The Grand Strand is a 60+ mile stretch of sandy beach that is one of the premier beach destinations in all of the United States. Every summer millions of tourists hit its shores to enjoy the refreshing waters, explore the coastal sand dunes and spend time at one of its many golf courses. The crown […]

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Exploring the Texas Hill Country

Just north of San Antonio and west of Austin, the Texas Hill Country is one of the state’s most pleasant surprises, as its rolling green hills, wineries, orchards and charming towns present a scene that doesn’t altogether resemble the stereotypical image of Texas as a dusty, Southwestern state. Visit in the spring to see wild […]

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A Weekend Getaway to Catalina Island

The sun-soaked island of Catalina, only 20 miles off the coast of Southern California, is a Mediterranean-style paradise that’s a world away from the traffic and crowds of Los Angeles. The island was uninhabited when it was purchased in the early 20th century by industrialist William Wrigley, who set about turning it into a world-class […]

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The World’s Wildest Waters: Six Places Not to Swim

The waters of our planet are as vast and varied as the land, filled with mystery, beauty, danger and adventure. Oceans, seas, rivers and lakes beckon travelers who flock to their shores and banks, however, some of the most spectacular watery destinations are also the most deadly — if one dares to dip their toes. […]

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A Romantic Trip to Cleveland

For most people Cleveland is firmly off the radar when it comes to romantic holiday destinations, but, for those willing to give the city a chance, there are a number of excellent attractions that are perfect for couples. The city’s West Side Market is a well-known culinary attraction and a good place to start our […]

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Gulf Shores, Alabama: The Perfect Family Getaway

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that Florida isn’t the only state in the southeastern United States with beautiful beaches and near-perfect weather, as that’s exactly what travelers can expect from Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Only ten miles from the Florida state line, the small town of Gulf Shores is the premier tourist destination in Alabama, as […]

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