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connecticut

Connecticut

It’s all happening in Hartford and New Haven, CT. Incredible arts and fantastic entertainment, Yale University, exciting fairs, festivals, sporting and cultural events… Fascinating science, nature and history await you in Connecticut!

maine

Maine

There’s more to Maine than Lobster! You can fulfill all of your vacation needs, from the fast-paced excitement of your favorite outdoor activity, to the exceptional performances of theatre companies and symphony orchestras.

massachusetts

Massachusetts

Visiting Boston is like taking a walk through history. Successfully blending old and new architecture, Boston offers visitors a wealth of vacation opportunities.

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New Hampshire

Home to Mount Washington, the highest mountain in the northeast, and 48 mountains that are over 4000 feet high, the White Mountains region is a hiker’s Heaven. The dramatic Franconia Notch, Flume Gorge, the Basin (a whirlpool-like waterfall believed to be formed nearly 15,000 years ago), and the Indian Head Profile, is located in Franconia Notch State Park.

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Rhode Island

Warwick is the second largest city in Rhode Island and is home to Rhode Island’s largest airport, T. F. Green Airport. T. F. Green Airport serves the greater Providence area and is also used as alternative to busy Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Vermont

Vermont is a fine place to live and to visit, as witnessed by several awards from “Best Overall Standard of Living in the United States”, to the “Best Air Quality in America”. Where else can you go to experience great skiing, witness fall foliage, sample Vermont Products, and enjoy the quaint small town atmosphere.

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Delaware

“Delaware is like a diamond, diminutive, but having within it inherent value,” wrote Dr. John Lofland, a notable early American scribe and native son.

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District of Columbia

Our nation’s capitol, commonly referred to as ‘The District’, is located on the banks of the historic Potomic River and not a part of any other US state.

maryland

Maryland

Baltimore has something for everyone–from art museums and galleries to Major League sports teams and state-of-the-art stadiums. And, Baltimore hotels offer something for everyone as well.

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New Jersey

Visitors to “America’s Favorite Playground” have been enjoying the world-famous, four-mile long Atlantic City Boardwalk, amusements, sights and surf since the 1800s.

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New York

Whatever your taste, you can find it in New York. New York is much more than just NYC – upstate NY offers a wealth of travel options. Long a mecca for travelers from far and wide, New York City (a.k.a. the Big Apple) offers hotel accommodations, dining pleasures, business opportunities and entertainment for every wallet and schedule.

pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Hershey, PA is called the “sweetest place on earth”. Yes, Hershey is home of the Hershey Chocolate Factory and is a popular travel destination. While Hershey’s Chocolate World is famous, there are several other attractions in the Hershey area of Pennsylvania.

virginia

Virginia

It turns out that Virginia Beach is an older, smaller version of Myrtle Beach, complete with the usual suspects – saltwater taffy, t-shirt shops and calabash buffets. The big difference between the two areas, besides size, is rejuvenation. Vabeach – is growing. This town is Navy base city and the area is also a booming vacation destination. The beach is the place to be – but be sure to book your hotel reservations in advance.

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West Virginia

Ride the whitewater between sheer sandstone cliffs, or paddle a solitary canoe through morning mist on a serene lake. Bike along meandering country roads, river-winding rail trails or truly technical single tracks down steep mountainsides. West Virginia has diversity and outstanding lodging choices.

delaware

Delaware

“Delaware is like a diamond, diminutive, but having within it inherent value,” wrote Dr. John Lofland, a notable early American scribe and native son.

dc

District of Columbia

Our nation’s capitol, commonly referred to as ‘The District’, is located on the banks of the historic Potomic River and not a part of any other US state.

maryland

Maryland

Baltimore has something for everyone–from art museums and galleries to Major League sports teams and state-of-the-art stadiums. And, Baltimore hotels offer something for everyone as well.

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New Jersey

Visitors to “America’s Favorite Playground” have been enjoying the world-famous, four-mile long Atlantic City Boardwalk, amusements, sights and surf since the 1800s.

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New York

Whatever your taste, you can find it in New York. New York is much more than just NYC – upstate NY offers a wealth of travel options. Long a mecca for travelers from far and wide, New York City (a.k.a. the Big Apple) offers hotel accommodations, dining pleasures, business opportunities and entertainment for every wallet and schedule.

pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Hershey, PA is called the “sweetest place on earth”. Yes, Hershey is home of the Hershey Chocolate Factory and is a popular travel destination. While Hershey’s Chocolate World is famous, there are several other attractions in the Hershey area of Pennsylvania.

virginia

Virginia

It turns out that Virginia Beach is an older, smaller version of Myrtle Beach, complete with the usual suspects – saltwater taffy, t-shirt shops and calabash buffets. The big difference between the two areas, besides size, is rejuvenation. Vabeach – is growing. This town is Navy base city and the area is also a booming vacation destination. The beach is the place to be – but be sure to book your hotel reservations in advance.

west-virginia

West Virginia

Ride the whitewater between sheer sandstone cliffs, or paddle a solitary canoe through morning mist on a serene lake. Bike along meandering country roads, river-winding rail trails or truly technical single tracks down steep mountainsides. West Virginia has diversity and outstanding lodging choices.

arkansas

Arkansas

Arkansas provides all the excellent outdoor activities anyone could desire. As far as the midwest goes there are many great destinations. Let Arkansas be yours. Arkansas is one of America’s most mis-spelled states, many incorrectly spell it Arkansaw, Arkinsaw, and even Arcinsaw are all common mispellings of this fine state. US President Bill Clinton was a Governor of Arkansas.

kentucky

Kentucky

Whether you are visiting Louisville (pronounced Louahvul) on business or for pleasure, the River City will dazzle you with its blend of restored historic sites and chic new corporate buildings, arts, sports, and of course, race horses.

missouri

Missouri

Lively St. Louis is a merry mélange of world-class cultural attractions, one-of-a-kind restaurants and a melodic mix of music: blues, jazz, cabaret, symphony, opera. The birthplace of rock ‘n roll legend Chuck Berry offers more than music and restaurants – this US city is a cultural center for arts of all variety.

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Oklahoma

Tulsa is still reaping the benefits of rapid economic growth that began when drillers struck oil in Tulsa, the city’s growth and development increased significantly. The many parks and gardens around Tulsa not only make it a nice looking city, but they have also earned it the nickname “Green Country”.

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Tennessee

If you love music – especially Country Music, you’re definitely going to love Nashville! Although the city is rather spread out, lodging properties are concentrated in three main areas: East Nashville, which covers the Opryland (right) area; Midtown Nashville, near “Music Row”; and Downtown Nashville, which includes the financial and business district.

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Texas

The Dallas Convention Center is host to thousand of visitors annually. This modern hotel/convention complex plays host to major conventions and meetings and brings millions of dollars into the Texas economy annually.

alabama

Alabama

Birmingham, a southern town which got its nickname, The Magic City, when its population seemed to explode almost magically in its early years.

florida

Florida

Florida can also be pure relaxation. You can find a sunny retreat in a serene tropical paradise resort – From the Florida Keys to the Panhandle, Jacksonville – the Gulf Coast, Paradise Coast, Gold Coast and Space Coast – Florida has it all!

georgia

Georgia

The first thing to understand when visiting Atlanta is that it is a small town surrounded by a large community. This booming area in home to one of the busiest airports in the world. Cable News Network (CNN), and several professional sports franchises like MLB Atlanta Braves, The NFL Atlanta Falcons, and others.

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Louisiana

The state of Louisiana and the great City of New Orleans has the heart and soul to inspire. Despite weather adversities, New Orleans and coastal Louisiana remain as an exciting vacation destination. From Jazz at The House of Blues to Jazz at Preservation Hall, from Mardi Gras to Gulf Coast Fishing, you’ll find it all in Louisiana.

mississippi

Mississippi

Everything Biloxi does, it does big. From its days as the Seafood Capital of the World to its presence in the military, the Mississippi city has gone all out. Now Biloxi has turned into Vegas. Exciting Riverboat Casinos and Gulf Coast Resorts attract visitors worldwide.

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North Carolina

Charlotte, NC has aptly transitioned into a new millennium. Wayfarers need wheels to move around the city. Air travelers will find the city amply supplied with car rental agencies. Public transportation lags behind the city’s recent growth so beware. Charlotte, however is a wonderful travel destination. From museums to fine dining. True southern hospitality awaits.

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South Carolina

Considered to be one of the most charming cities of the South, Charleston SC draws thousands of visitors each year in search of antebellum and Civil War history, a charming and surprisingly cosmopolitan downtown and several nearby beaches.

illinois

Illinois

Whether you’re traveling to Chicago to soak up sun in the bleachers at Wrigley Field or to network with business contacts at McCormick Place, you’re likely to discover some unexpected pleasures in the “windy city”.

india

Indiana

Indianapolis is truly Circle City. The Soldiers and Sailors Monument sits in a circle paved with bricks at the center of the city. Streets are angled like spokes of a wheel from the downtown circle overlaid with streets in a grid pattern.

iowa

Iowa

Greater Des Moines Iowa is a diverse, multi-faceted metropolitan area. Exciting nightlife abounds-from the arts (the theatre, ballet, symphony, opera) to comedy clubs and from live music to historical places. Iowa lodging choices are plentiful.

kansas

Kansas

Combining the shopping, attractions, dining and diversity of a major metropolitan area with the friendliness and cost of a medium-sized Midwestern town, Kansas City offers leisure and business travelers a host of lodging options.

michigan

Michigan

Detroit (aka: Motown) is the country’s pre-eminent factory town. Even the “Motor City’s” best-known museum, Greenfield Village, celebrates the rise of industry as a cultural factor second to none in changing the way we live. Home of the Auto Industry and Motown Records, Detroit is a happening city with many lodging options.

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Minnesota

Norm Coleman, the public relations savvy mayor of St. Paul, likes to say that what separates his city from its western neighbor, Minneapolis, is more than the Mississippi River. “St. Paul is the last of America’s eastern cities, while Minneapolis is the first of the western cities,” says Coleman.

nebraska

Nebraska

If you’ve lived in Omaha, or if you’ve spent any amount of time here, you know what makes this city great – It has all the amenities of a big-market city, with the benefits of a small town. The Nebraska lodging choices are big.

ohio

Ohio

The days when Cleveland was derisively deemed “the mistake on the lake” are history. Far from being a dirty industrial dump, Cleveland has recreated herself into an urban epicenter that is one of the top ten destinations for European tourists visiting the USA as well as a booming business center.

wisconsin

Wisconsin

Wausau (pronounced /wô’sô/) is located geographically in the middle of Wisconsin. This Wisconsin city is the county seat of Marathon County, Wisconsin, USA. The Wisconsin River divides the city. Wausau is about 180 miles (290 km) east of Minneapolis, Minnesota and is surrounded by the town of Wausau.

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Arizona

The ‘Valley of the Sun’ has become a popular nickname for Phoenix and its adjacent suburbs – where sunshine dominates the weather more than 300 days a year. The allure of sunny dry heat and an even hotter economy has attracted enough residents to make this the sixth largest city in the nation, as well as a prime vacation destination.

nevada

Nevada

Las Vegas Hotels and Casinos are famous for luxury and style. Sheldon Adelson’s breathtaking mega-resort combines the latest technology, truly mammoth scale and the venerable art and culture of the European jewel. The Venetian’s take on Venice is a must see. Complete with a 120,000-square-foot casino, 17 restaurants, the 63,000-foot Canyon Ranch Spa Club and more than 50 shops, the Venetian oozes luxury on all levels.

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New Mexico

With its 300 sunny days a year, more than 250 art galleries and museums, excellent restaurants, super lodging selections, terrific skiing conditions and close proximity to ancient ruins, natural hot springs and breathtaking hiking trails, no wonder Santa Fe continues to be an enduringly popular destination for families, couples and business travelers alike.

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Utah

Excitement is everywhere in Salt Lake City, Utah. Like champagne powder piling up in the surrounding Wasatch mountain range Utah-especially Salt Lake City is growing. The home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City is a modern and vibrant travel destination.

colorado

Colorado

With the expansive Midwestern plains to the east and the majestic Rocky Mountains to the west, Denver feels like the center of the country. In fact, it nearly is.

idaho

Idaho

Mountains, lakes, rivers, and desert canyons make Idaho an enormous outdoor playground that includes 26 state parks, 10 national forests, and four national recreation areas. Add in a few Idaho cultural attractions, historical sites or even a theme park for a perfect Idaho vacation.

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Montana

In addition to their natural beauty, you will discover that Montana’s National Parks offer grand adventures. Yellowstone contains more than 2.2 million acres of steaming geysers, thundering waterfalls, crystalline lakes, and panoramic vistas. It is the world’s most extensive area of geyser activity, harboring more than 10,000 thermal features.

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North Dakota

Diverse entertainment opportunities allow you to play like a child, experience sophisticated drama, enjoy a concert with world famous singers or attend a rodeo. Fargo-Moorhead, ND is a lively, cultural community that boasts a pleasant variety of things to do and places to see.

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South Dakota

Home of the famous Mount Rushmore. In South Dakota, vacation fun is reality. You’ll discover authentic, hands-on experiences that make your trip exceptional. Whether you’re into family fun, Western adventure, Plains Indian culture, or the extreme outdoors, South Dakota is a great vacation destination.

wyoming

Wyoming

Wyoming has some of the grandest geology, wildest legends, and most poignant historical artifacts found between the coasts. There are some great Wyoming lodging options; hotels, inns, lodges and more. Let Texas claim the cowboy the real home on the range is here.

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Alaska

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california

California

Hollywood California attracts huge numbers of tourists. It is a dynamic place with music venues, dance clubs and restaurants patronized by local “scenesters” — including celebrities — and visitors alike.

hawaii

Hawaii

Surrounded by verdant mountains and a protected harbor, Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii, the most secluded archipelago on earth. Renowned for its surf and sunshine, Honolulu is the largest city on Oahu, one of the six islands that constitute the state of Hawaii.

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Oregon

Ideally located where the Willamette and Columbia rivers meet in the Pacific Northwest, Portland, Oregon provides visitors and residents alike with the kind of social and cultural scene one expects from a cosmopolitan city while still retaining many of the charms and natural wonders of a small town.

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Washington

If business travel sends you to Seattle, consider yourself blessed. Seattle is a city so seductive that even an anxious Type A road warrior will find himself stopping along the waterfront to sip a cup of coffee — hey, this is Seattle, right? — and drink in the view.