Where to Go in USA

New YorkNew York
“New York, New York, so good they named it twice.” Frank Sinatra’s song – famous across the world – easily tempts the listener or reader to consider New York as a must-do tourist destination as the home of Broadway. New York City has so much to offer for so many different types of visitors; many argue, with good reason that it is the world’s most vibrant and sprawling city.
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Los AngelesLos Angeles
From its tangled and permanently congested freeways to the iconic and world-famous Hollywood, Los Angeles is a city that can be an all-out assault on the senses. Once a Gold Rush era boomtown, the biggest city in the west has developed into one of the country's biggest melting pots, attracting immigrants and fame-seekers from faraway countries and small towns within the United States...
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San FranciscoSan Francisco
With its beautiful bay, an incredible mix of different cultures, and some of the United States' best dining opportunities, it's no surprise that San Francisco is one of the world's most popular tourism spots. The Californian city is the state's second-most popular vacation spot, receiving most visitors per year than any other city in the Golden State, with the exception of Los Angeles...
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NashvilleNashville
Residents of Nashville recognize that they are privileged to live in the world-famous capital of Country and Western music. It is good advice to take note and listen to some tips and tricks from the locals that will make your stay in Nashville even more enjoyable. There is nothing better than upon completion of your visit, having made friends from Nashville and actually keep in touch.
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MiamiMiami
The city of Miami is just one of many municipalities that are located within Miami Dade County and the most famous one. However, the entire Miami Dade County area is often referred to as simply Miami. Miami stretches east to west from the Atlantic Ocean, to the edge of Everglades National Park, about thirty miles. From north to south, it stretches from the border of Broward County to the border of Monroe County...
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