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Arizona is the perfect state for a road trip. It includes show-stopping sights such as Monument Valley, the Grand Canyon and Cathedral Rock but it is the incredible scenery in-between these iconic places that really creates the magic of a road trip.
Whatever your interests, whether it’s stunning architecture or nature at its breathtaking best that you love, the Golden State has plenty to do.
There is so much more to Florida than Orlando’s Disney World, of course if it is the little ones you want to please then Disneyland is their dream come true.
With over five million official residents so far, the so-called ‘capital of the South’ continues to experience massive growth thanks to southbound Yankees and international immigrants alike.
Chicago, or “The Windy City”, dominates the state with its sky-high architecture and fantastic museums, restaurants and music clubs.
Indiana is a slow-paced state that revs up around the Indy 500 race but on a day-to-day basis they enjoy pie eating, especially in the Amish Country, or meditating in Bloomington’s Tibetan Temples.
The history of this state is legendary, from where the pilgrims landed in Plymouth; to where the first gunshots rang out of the American Revolution in Boston; there is Worcester with its majestic War memorials and Springfield with its quirky basketball museum, Hoop Heaven.
Michigan is a state in the Great Lakes region of the Midwestern United States. The name Michigan is the French form of the Ojibwa word mishigamaa, meaning “large water” or “large lake”.
Many travellers fly into Newark Liberty International airport but few actually have a look around the state of New Jersey. Newark, Jersey City and Paterson are all worth a visit for different and exciting reasons.
The largest city in North Carolina is Charlotte, and it is also the biggest banking centre in the whole of the US after New York.
Ohio or the ‘Buckeye state’, named so because of the Ohioan Buckeye tree native to this Midwestern state,has several cities of interest and Cincinnati is one of them.
In a state so large it’s not surprising that geography helps figure out their identity. The further west you go the closer you are to the rest of America.
Texas is a huge state and there is much to see from tall pine woods in the north east to the more sophisticated cities of Houston or Dallas.
Virginia is the birthplace of America; it is steeped in history as the first colony set up by British settlers was founded here in this beautiful state.
If you love the Netflix series, ‘House of Cards’, then you’ll love Washington, D.C. Take a trip to the seat of American power where congressionals drink in bars and there are more historical sites than you can shake a stick at.