The Best US Resort Vacation Ideas
The United States of America is as diverse as they come; in some cases, traveling from state to state might as well be traveling from country to country. With so much to offer, the world's fourth-largest country really is home to just about anything. From the sun-soaked cornfields of the Midwestern states to the bustling metropolitans of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, the USA would take a lifetime to explore in-depth.
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Things to Do in the USA
America's largest city by population, New York City, New York should be a stop during anyone's trip to the United States. There are so many iconic things to see and do in the city, from strolling through Central Park to experiencing the noise and hustle of Times Square. Ubiquitous yellow taxis are ready to take you to world-renowned museums, Broadway shows, and sightseeing around the city. The Big Apple may be expensive, but there's no place better when it comes to getting a taste of America.
If you've got the time, there's no better way to truly experience the USA than the quintessential road trip. Pack your vehicle and head cross-country to experience all that America has to offer. From small-towns to medium-sized cities to major metropolises, a road trip will give you a taste of America that you can't find by just visiting New York or LA.
Las Vegas, Nevada, particularly The Las Vegas Strip, is a hotbed of action and nightlife. Known as America's #1 spot for gambling, you'll find no shortage of casinos, hotels, restaurants, bars, and clubs. The desert oasis also boasts some of the hottest headliners and entertainers in its various shows and spectacles. Besides the casinos and showgirls, though, there's plenty else to do throughout this vibrant, buzzing city, such as museums, animal sanctuaries, botanical gardens, art galleries, amusement parks, and more.
America's geography is as diverse as its people, but one place where you can experience nature at its best is in the northwestern states of Oregon and Washington. The Northwest has the ocean, the mountains, the forest, the cities, and the islands that make it a one-stop-shop when it comes to adventures in nature. Try Seattle, Washington or Portland, Oregon as your home base, and you can find pretty much any activity within a couple of hours' drive.