Venezuela

Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela

A- Overview: Puerto la Cruz is a dynamic and expanding resort city which features a 10 block long waterfront boulevard lined with hotels, nightspots, and restaurants. It is the gateway to the Isla de Margarita and the beautiful Mochima National Park. In addition to its attraction to tourists, Puerto la Cruz is a major center of commerce for Eastern Venezuela. It is the hub of the thriving oil…


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Brazil

Florianopolis, Brazil

A- Overview: Imagine the majestic beauty of alpine Bavaria placed by a tropical bay and you will have an accurate image of Florianopolis. The capital of Santa Catarina state, the city is divided into two parts: The mainland and the island. The mainland is mostly industrial, but the scenic spots are on the island: attractive colonial buildings, 400-year-old forts, baroque churches and the best surfing in Brazil (on…

Virginia

Charlottesville, Virginia

A- Overview: Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Charlottesville is an area of unique beauty and a bastion of history. Each year over half a million travelers visit the Charlottesville area, enjoying the natural beauty of the mountains, Skyline Drive, Monticello, and the University of Virginia (UVA). For those who enjoy history, there are few more richly endowed settings than Charlottesville. The area…

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Virginia

Virginia Beach, Virginia

A- Overview: Located on the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach borders North Carolina and ranks as the largest city in Virginia. This major East Coast resort city welcomes college students and other travelers with a scenic boardwalk bustling with ice-cream shops, fast-food outlets, nightclubs, and places to rent water-sports equipment. There are excellent beaches north of town and thousands of hotel and motel rooms to suit…

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Virginia

Williamsburg, Virginia

A- Overview: Colonial Williamsburg is the nation’s largest and oldest outdoor living history museum. It portrays 18th-century Williamsburg in all its beauty and grandeur, just as it appeared on the eve of the American Revolution. Williamsburg is located in southeastern Virginia on a peninsula between the James and York Rivers, which run into Chesapeake Bay. Settled in 1632, it was Virginia’s capital from 1699 to 1779. After that…

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Vermont

Burlington, Vermont

A- Overview: Burlington, the largest population center in Vermont, is only 76 miles south of Montreal, Canada. The city was founded in 1763 and is popular destinations in New England. Outside Magazine even named the city a “Dream Town.” People come to Burlington, and Vermont, to enjoy the outdoors and the small town life. Burlington lies the shore of Lake Champlain, which forms a beautiful backdrop to the…

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Others, Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

A- Overview: Salt Lake City is an ideal place to spend a few days with the family and relax in a pleasant, small city atmosphere. Located amid the towering mountains of the Wasatch Front, Salt Lake City offers beautiful scenery and world-class sporting opportunities. Almost one million people call Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas home, a strong testament to the attractions of this special city. Salt…

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Texas

South Padre Island, Texas

A- Overview: This popular seaside resort area on the Gulf Coast at the southern tip of Texas, includes the island and the neighboring mainland town of Port Isabel. Its 34 mile long stretch of white sand is bordered to the east by the Gulf of Mexico and to the west by the Laguna Madre Bay. The conveniences and attractions of a modern resort, coupled with miles of pristine…

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Texas

Corpus Christi, Texas

A- Overview: Corpus Christi is a major deep-water port and one of Texas’ s most popular seacoast playground cities. Known simply as “Corpus” to Texans, the city has retained its small town friendliness and charm throughout its years of expansion. It is located on the Gulf of Mexico in South Texas, is halfway between Houston and Brownsville. Visitors will find gorgeous ocean views, and many activities centered around…

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Texas

El Paso, Texas

A- Overview: El Paso is located in the Chihuahuan Desert of extreme western Texas, along the Rio Grande River. It adjoins both the state of New Mexico and the country of Mexico with the Franklin Mountains, the southern tip of the Rockies, slicing El Paso nearly in two. With its classic Western geography, and because it shares an international border with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico’s rich culture pervades everything…

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