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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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Galveston, Texas: Historic Houses Located on the southeastern coast of Texas just under an hour's drive from Houston, Galveston Island's historic houses offer an absorbing window into the past. Learn the sad story of this town's devastating loss in 1900 with a viewing of "The Great Storm" (Pier 21... Read more >>>
Hawaii: Molokai Mule Ride: View The Natural Beauty Of Hawaii Without Getting Off Your Ass Eldon "Buzzy" Sproat, the owner of the Molokai Mule Ride, was easy to find with the help of his partner, Roy Horner. Roy described Buzzy, who was standing beside his mule, as "the one with the hat that is not the mule's butt." Sproat bought the operation in 1995, and if ever someone had a business in his genes, it's Buzz. He is a third-generation mule skinner -- his grandfather was a Missouri... Read more >>>
Me, Moab, My Bike, and a Bus I found AdventureBus in the Sunday Travel section of the L.A. Times. I had one week of vacation before school began again and I wanted to exercise my brains out. After viewing online the different trips they offered, ranging from Baja to Alaska, I decided to join the Slickrock Express trip, a tour of the hot mountain biking spots throughout the Southwest. The thought of riding a 40 foot bus out... 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 >>>
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 >>>
Travel log for the Living History Camp Plains Indian life was carried out at 4 levels: the family, the community, the tribe and the society. Everyone agreed that for the general good of the community it is better to give than to receive. Day 1 Arrival in the Laramie airport, or you can be picked up at DIA-Denver airport on a special request. Staying one day in Laramie... Read more >>>
Virginia: Living History Museums Brushing up on this country's history is a snap when you step into the past at one of its many "living history" museums. Virginia is home to a plethora, and with careful planning you can easily fit the best into a week-long family vacation. If you're coming from outside the area, consider extending your trip to accommodate arriving in Washington, D.C., spending some time there first, and then... Read more >>>
Lord of the Flies I had a haunting sensation I had met the lanky guy behind the cash register before. He looked like he had been hit by a car and dragged a hundred yards. He had scabs on his elbows. He had scabs on his knees. He had scabs on his fingertips. He had scabs on his knuckles. He had scabs on his face. His nose looked like it had been broken in a... Read more >>>


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