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  • New Orleans

    There’s no where like New Orleans. The food, the festivals, the culture, the history- all of it is rich and interesting in its own way. You certainly need more than one trip to experience the city and everything it has to offer. It doesn’t matter if you’re a foodie, a historian or a party hound, New Orleans has a good scene.

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  • Minneapolis

    Minneapolis, once the flour milling capital of the world, is a city of many lakes and rivers. Home to hugely influential musicians such as Prince and Bob Dylan, Minneapolis has a lively and varied music scene.

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  • Las Vegas

    A city of many names and titles: referring to itself as the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas is described internationally as one of the most visited places globally, a leader in the hospitality industry and- more colloquially- Sin City. Famed for its seedy underbelly, this city wears its heart on its sleeve with its strip of casinos, other adult entertainment and almost Roman-levels of excess when it comes to food and drink.

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  • Atlantic City

    Famed for its success as a beach resort in the 1800s and then as a prohibition era den of iniquity filled with organised crime, gambling and illegal alcohol, Atlantic City has been a tourist attraction for a long time. Take a stroll along the boardwalk and visit historical attractions or shop till you drop, the choice is yours.

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  • Washington DC

    Washington DC, the capital of the United States of America, is considered one of the most famous cities in the world and resides the most powerful man in the world, the president. With famous historical landmarks such as Capitol Hill and the White House, it is a sight to behold for any travel goers.

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  • San Antonio

    San Antonio. A major city in South-central Texas with a rich history and even richer food. With iconic landmarks such as The Alamo and the famous riverside walk, and attractions such as SeaWorld for the little ones, San Antonio is a great choice to pick for anyone wishing to visit Texas.

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  • Bakersfield

    A centre of oil and agriculture in California Bakersfield has the dry heat for sun bathing and optimal crop growing. Home to Bakersfield Sound- an electric guitar-driven subgenre of country music- and the world’s largest ice cream plant, there’s a lot of interesting sites to see in this city.

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  • Anchorage

    The largest and most populated city in Alaska, Anchorage is home to plenty humans and wildlife. Its geographical location makes it the perfect stopping off point internationally- its a remote but busy city. Whether its exploring the city or the great Alaskan outdoors, you will find something unique here.

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  • Houston

    One of the most diverse cities in America, Houston is home to a range of attractions. It has a museum district, a theatre district, the NASA headquarters and is an exceptional place for food lovers to visit, the variety and quality is unmatched.

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  • Denver

    Fondly referred to as The Mile High City due to its elevation of one mile above sea level, Denver is the state capital of Colorado and has a lot to offer. The city lays at the beginning of The Rocky Mountains; its geography in relation to the rest of the country making it an important trading and transport point. This ensures work and a constant influx of people, allowing for a lively and prosperous city to continue to grow.

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