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USA Vacations

Here are some of the most out-of-the-ordinary USA tours and vacations. Many of these tours feature unique travel activities that you are not likely to find anywhere else. We seek to compile the best of unordinary USA travel packages available. Since in some countries we have not found travel packages really unordinary, these countries were not listed below. Click on the country name to see the tour packages there.
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Big Island, Hawaii: Kona Coffee Country When you finally tire of lazing on a perfect beach on the enchanting Big Island, doing nothing more than gazing out at the horizon or, if particularly energetic, perhaps reading a bit of this or that, perk up with a leisurely drive into the scenic Kona coffee country along the old Mamalahoa Highway-sometimes referred to now as... Read more >>>
Savory Sojourns/cooking School Vacations Are you in need of a vacation, not to mention some help with the daily grind in the kitchen? Take care of both needs with a cooking school getaway. Many of the nation's most exciting schools for amateur chefs offer delicious vacation possibilities. Some have programs allowing for a quick weekend escape. Others have more leisurely... Read more >>>
Seattle, Washington: Carless In Seattle, But Not Sleepless Or Clueless It is possible to spend a night and day in Seattle without a car. You won't even need the services of a cab or bus, though taking the monorail will expand your sightseeing horizons and give you the opportunity to ride the ducks. Comfy Hotel Begin by checking in to the well-located Inn at the Market. It is just across the street... Read more >>>
Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Dog-sledding Through Wonderland As our sled races through a white-blanketed expanse, pulled by an eager team of dogs straining to go faster than my husband-musher is permitting, soft snow swishes with abandon into the air. A bit lands refreshingly on the small portion of my face that is still exposed. It doesn't get much better than this. I have a priceless view... Read more >>>
Florida: Key West/hemingway Home & Museum Ernest Hemingway seems to haunt every part of laid-back Key West. Here, at the literal end of the road, everyone has a story about him. Even the descendents of his own polydactyl cat. Of course, they only meow, but there are 50 to 60 of them living at his former home, which is now a museum and the most popular tourist attraction in town. People come from all over the world to see these heirs,... Read more >>>
Florida: Everglades National Park At The End Of The Road "One thing I especially like about it here is that no matter what direction you look in, you don't see any progress," said Jim, the naturalist on my cruise through the Everglades. Indeed, Everglades National Park is a vast 1.5 million-acre expanse of saw-grass prairies, mangrove swamps, and subtropical jungle. It is a World... Read more >>>
Washington, D.C. National World War II Memorial Finally, after a 59-year wait, the National World War II Memorial was formally dedicated in Washington, D.C. on May 29, 2004. Symbolic of the 20th century's defining event, it is positioned on the Mall's central axis in a strategic, and scenic, location between the Washington Monument (a symbol of the country's 18th-century founding) and the Lincoln Memorial (a symbol of the 19th-century... Read more >>>
California: Santa Clarita Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival Whether or not you were raised on cowboys like Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, you've probably heard of them. What you might not realize is that these rough, tough, gun-totin' guys loved to sing in the saddle. It's an old cowboy tradition, as is spouting straight-shooting, and sometimes downright silly, poetry. Santa Clarita... Read more >>>


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