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Atlantic City, New Jersey

Top-notch entertainment, shopping and boardwalk fun Beaches, boardwalks and entertainment combine to make Atlantic City a kind of fun capital of the East Coast, drawing 27 million visitors a year. For over 100 years, folks have been coming to this small but mighty New Jersey resort town to enjoy attractions, frolic in the surf, shop ‘til they drop and revel in

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Jersey City, New Jersey

The cultural hot spot within view of New York City Once a major gateway to the USA, Hudson County welcomed millions of immigrants fresh from their steamships into the Bergen Neck peninsula region, a landscape of hills, inlets and neighborhoods mostly sandwiched between the Hudson and Hackensack Rivers. Today, with Jersey City as its county seat, the area is an eclectic

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Jersey City, United States

Reno, Nevada

An elevated good time This little city with big entertainment is a playful, spirited place with as much to do outdoors as inside. Here, you can hit the slopes or the links (there are 50 golf courses). As for nightlife, Reno overflows with options. Head to a saloon, go on a themed bar crawl or try some Latin dancing at one

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Reno, United States

Hudson Valley, New York

Lush landscapes and sophisticated pleasures await “Scenic” doesn’t begin to describe it. Rising from the tip of Manhattan all the way to the state capital, Albany, the Hudson Valley spreads out on both sides of what is deemed one of the most beautiful rivers in the United States. You’ll experience the charm of waterfront villages and the excitement of bustling cities,

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Niagara Falls, New York

Be enthralled by Upstate New York’s natural wonder. Since its formation more than 12,000 years ago, Niagara Falls has been a destination for world explorers, honeymooners and daredevils alike. Today, visitors flock to the region to be awe-inspired by the falls’ beauty and power, as well as the scenery and culture of the surrounding region. Here, you can experience a natural

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Vail, Colorado

Vail, Colorado has long been synonymous with fantastic skiing. But this mountain resort is also a year-round destination for all types of adventure-seekers. Here are 12 favorite mountain adventures and the best season to experience each of them.   Winter This is quintessential Vail: winter activities featuring snow, snow and more snow.   1. Skiing & Snowboarding Experience Colorado’s famous fluffy powder snow, not to mention Vail’s

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Durango, Colorado

Where dreams of the American West come to life In the “Four Corners” region where Colorado meets Utah, Arizona and New Mexico, Durango is the perfect gateway to experience the history of the American West. Durango offers a dozen vacations in one destination. From Old West experiences, ancient ruins, and arts and culture to adventure sports, agritourism and special events, Durango

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Denver, Colorado

An outdoor-loving city with an easygoing vibe With 300 annual days of sunshine, Denver is a year-round destination that combines urban excitement with rich Western heritage and a passion for the outdoors. Its walkable downtown features chef-owned restaurants, brewpubs, professional sports, shopping, family attractions, arts and culture. Denver is also the premier gateway to the best of the Western USA’s national

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Denver, United States

Cortez, Colorado

Modern pastimes at an ancient Pueblo site in Mesa Verde Country For over 14 centuries, the Ancestral Pueblo people thrived in Cortez and the surrounding Mesa Verde Country. The power of this magnificent landscape is still felt today by a new generation of artists, poets and travelers. And farm-fresh flavors can still be tasted in locally grown ingredients and vineyards. The

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Colorado Springs, Colorado

Home of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods Colorado’s second-largest city evolved from a quaint, 1870s Victorian resort town into a modern, sophisticated destination, but progress did not erase its charm and outdoor wonders. Located 96 kilometers south of Denver, Colorado Springs features breathtaking scenery, friendly people and impeccable service. The National Trust for Historic Preservation selected Colorado Springs as

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Colorado Springs, United States