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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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USA Travel Stories
Mothers And Daughters In The Same Boat In January of this year my mother perused Explorations in Travel's brochure of vacations for women over 40 and told me that she'd like to go on the multi-generational windjammer weekend. I'm not a sailor and I get seasick. I asked my sister if she'd like to go with our mom instead; no, she gets seasick. How about my niece a junior in... Read more >>>
Dancing with Caribou under the Midnight Sun A Women's Journey on Alaska's Kongakut River with Equinox Wilderness Expeditions We've been flying over a seemingly endless range of mountains for more than one-and-half hours -- dark, brooding gray and black ridges, and golden peaks streaked with orange, while dark green swards of green spread across the valleys and sinuously twisting ribbons of water shimmer in the sunlight. In and out of... 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 >>>
New York: Cruise To Upstate New York For Mansion Tour What’s not to love about New York City? At least at first. But after you’ve been visiting this vibrant metropolis for a while and start finding yourself getting worn down by the constant movement, consider taking a break with a relaxing cruise upstate to visit the Hudson Valley-land of mansions. You don’t even need a car for... 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 >>>
Gold... In the ancient language of Sanskrit it was called Jval. Deep in the red clay mine pits of Peru they called it Oro. Mankind has always had a thing for shiny metals... The colors of polished gold, silver and copper are indeed quite beautiful. Imagine yourself gazing into the first hand held mirror of polished gold, thousands of years ago, and... 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 >>>
Tacoma, Washington: Chihuly Glass No longer hidden in the shadow of Seattle and Mt. Rainier, Tacoma is, like Cinderella with her missing slipper, bringing attention to itself with glass. A visit to the city is worthwhile if just to see its new Museum of Glass, opened in 2002. The museum’s ultra modern architecture features a roof anchored on one side by a sea of... Read more >>>


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