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Beaches and Fun in Tampa, FL

Tampa, FloridaTampa, Florida boasts well over 300 days of sunshine per year, a warm, subtropical climate where snowfalls are extremely rare, incredible sunsets nearly every evening, and some of the best beaches in the United Sates of America. It’s no wonder that so many Americans from northern states opt for retirement in Tampa.

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Finding a Cheap Hotel in New York

New York City
Finding a cheap hotel in New York is probably one of the toughest challenges a person can give you. The blatant truth is that hotels in New York are anything but cheap. You'll find magnificent hotels, opulent rooms, great views and possibly fantastic service, but cheap is not something we usually associate with New York City hotels. So how are we going about finding cheap hotels in New York?

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Hidden Treasures in San Francisco

San Francisco
It´s easy to leave your heart in San Francisco. With 43 hills and an abundance of odd and quirky corners, San Fran is one of the more unusual American cities. Part of the beauty of this town is it´s compactness. A map and a comfortable pair of shoes, teamed with a cable-car ride, will let you see all of the sites and sights on your tourist map.

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A Welcome Back in New Orleans

New Orleans
New Orleans is still greatly overshadowed by Katrina. Though what many tourists don’t realize is the degree to which the historic French Quarter remained untouched.  All of the historical and European influenced architecture, art, cuisine, and music are still there, waiting for you to return.

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Historic Landmarks in Philadelphia

Philadelphia
Philadelphia holds the symbol of American independence, the Liberty Bell, and although it has been visited by millions before you, it's definitely a must-see. There's much about it that makes you proud to be an inheritor of it's legacy, and the crack only adds to the air of proud defiance.

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Not Just Retirees in Key Largo & Florida Keys

Florida Keys
Although the Florida Keys are known as the Playground of Senior America, it is also an area that is incredibly family-friendly vacation-wise, as well as being the gateway for some of the most accessible natural preserves in the country.

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Go Country in Nashville

Nashville
No matter where you go in this town, you will hear the honky tonk strains of country music floating out of bar windows. If you're a fan of country, this is the place to be. If not, either go elsewhere or strap on a ten gallon hat and grit your teeth. This is Nashville, after all.

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The Acient Town in Saint Augustine, FL

Saint Augustine Florida
Florida may be a haven for retirees but they aren’t responsible for Saint Augustin’s nicknames of “old town” or “ancient town”. Locals affectionately refer to their small town like so because this quaint site of historical importance is the oldest, continuously inhabited community established by Europeans in North America.

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Covering the Bases in Chicago

Chicago
Chicago, the Windy City and home to the legendary gangsters of the 1920s, who were part of the creation of American modern folklore. There are a few attractions that you have to visit in Chicago – some of them on the beaten track and a couple that you may not hear about so often.

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Active and Easy in San Diego

San Diego
San Diego is the idyllic, refined pocket of California that seems to provide a genteel combination of fun and maturity. The beaches are the great drawcard for holidaymakers. All are free to the public, safe and the mild climate gives more months of the year over to shell collecting and lounging in the sand.

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City Life and Natural Beauty in Seattle, WA

Seattle, WA
The upbeat city of Seattle blends the modern day benefits of a metropolis (fine dining, shopping, art, and culture) with stunning natural beauty in the form of mossy, temperate rain forests of the Olympic Peninsula to the west, and snow-capped Mount Rainier visible to the east.

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Family Vacations in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale
Ft Lauderdale is a city that offers all the usual Florida earmarks. Bayou tours, amusement parks and white sandy beaches make this an ideal family area, and the tourism industry here is primarily geared towards visitors with kids. Except for Spring Break, when the town is overrun with vacationing college kids; plenty of fun for the youths but less attractive for anyone not in the mood for all-night parties.

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