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Roanoke Island
More than 30 years before the Mayflower dropped anchor in Massachusetts, a group of about 120 British immigrants, led by Sir Walter Raleigh, established a settlement on Roanoke Island, in North Carolina’s fabled Outer Banks . Part of the fun in visiting Roanoke Island and its main town of Manteo is...
Times Square in New York City
Times Square is the most recognisable intersection in the world, a six-block stretch where Broadway and Seventh Avenue cross, creating a heady vortex of light and energy. Over the years, it's been a stage for some of the most enduring images in American history, from Alfred Eisenstaedt's 1945 Life...
Rockefeller Center Christmas tree
New York is crazy for Christmas. It's a time when the city is at its most beautiful, strung with lights, bundled for winter and brimming with the warmth of human kindness—as long as you steer clear of the last-minute Christmas shopping mania.
Hudson Valley in New York
In 1609, Dutch explorer Henry Hudson sailed up the river that now bears his name, looking for passage to the Orient's riches. He didn't find it, but he did uncover one of the most scenic waterways in the world. Two hundred years later, Robert Fulton first launched the steamboat on its waters in...
Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede
A viva-Las-Vegas for good clean fun, Branson is a little bitty Ozarks town of 7,000 that attracts seven million people every year to 100 glitzy shows in 49 theatres on its own neon-studded ‘Strip’. But with headliner acts like Andy Williams and Ukrainian-born American comedian Yakov Smirnoff, the...
El teatro Guthrie en Minneapolis, Minnesota
In a city already known for a lively arts scene, Minneapolis never stops showing the love. Year after year, the city continues its generous per capita support of civic culture, with several of its venerable theatres and art museums having undergone large expansions over the last few years.
Jacobs Pillow Dance Darbietung auf dem Berkshire Festival
When warm weather sets in, performing artists from New York, Boston and the rest of the world find their way to the Berkshires, where the life of the mind flourishes among the rolling, wooded hills of western Massachusetts.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Literally built into the side of the Ozark Mountains, the tiny village of Eureka Springs is a charming collection of Victorian architecture and higgledy-piggledy streets snaking past cliff-clinging homes, confounding new visitors. Folks easily fall in love with this place, so appealingly...
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