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From the whales of Alaska to the beaches of Florida, from the theatres of New York to the theme parks of California, from the Grand Canyon to the islands of Hawaii, Travel Tidings USA is your one-stop gateway and guide to everything you need to know about the United States of America.

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Alabama From its northern mountains to every beach on its Gulf Coast, Alabama has many attractions and events for a vacation of fun: the beaches, golf, abundant natural wildlife, fishing and hunting, and above all, there is a wealth of history to explore in Alabama. The Civil Rights Movement that started in Alabama changed the world. ALABAMA HOTELS

Alaska Whether taking a cruise in Alaska or hitting the road, travel in Alaska offers endless options, from exploring its vibrant Native culture (its art, totem carving, dancing, music or museums) to enjoying Alaska's natural wonders and wildlife – the glaciers, the whales, the bald eagles, and the northern lights among them. ALASKA HOTELS

Arizona The Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is a magnet that draws visitors to Arizona. About 4-million visitors a year travel to see the Grand Canyon.
Arizona is steeped in Western legend and lore. Some visitors are there for Arizona's many shopping venues or for its 27 State Parks and the fishing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing and boating they provide. ARIZONA HOTELS

Arkansas Arkansas is a compact, multi-faceted vacation land known as The Natural State and noted for the beauty of its extensive forests (more than 60% of Arkansas is wooded) and for an abundance of water (more than 600,000 acres of lakes, 9,700 miles of streams and rivers, and numerous natural hot springs). Six national park sites and 51 state parks preserve the natural, historic and cultural aspects of Arkansas's heritage. AKRANSAS HOTELS

California There are a thousand reasons California is the sixth most-visited destination in the world .... and six of those are Anaheim, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose. Count among the other reasons, amusement and theme parks for kids of all ages, many miles of uninterrupted strands of pristine California beach, 700 wineries (and counting), some 20,000 gray whales passing California's shores, 21 historic missions, 45 snow resorts offering downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, and more, 20-million acres of National Forest and 50 significant wilderness areas for backpacking and superb hotels, motels and spas across California. CALIFORNIA HOTELS

Colorado Colorado ranks first among all states in skiable acres and is home to nearly 50 natural hot springs; Colorado is also a great place for nearly every other outdoor winter activity like inner tubing, snowshoeing, ice skating, snowboarding, ice fishing, horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowball fights. COLORADO HOTELS

Connecticut Connecticut, one of the 13 original colonies, is a lacework of preserved Early American and Colonial structures and sites with a legacy of Victorian architecture, military firearms, Industrial Revolution manufacturing, literature and theater, and American Impressionist art. CONNECTICUT HOTELS

DC (Washington) Washington DC is best known for a wide array of cultural and historical attractions, and historic monuments and memorials .... most of them free to the public, and open seven days a week. WASHINGTON DC HOTELS

Delaware Delaware draws 13 million-plus visitors a year with its picturesque scenery, sandy beach shores, colonial history, its museums and performing arts, culture-rich Brandywine Valley, and of course, its tax-free shopping. DELAWARE HOTELS

Florida Florida is probably the perfect vacation destination for the entire family – its beaches, theme parks, shopping, history and culture, outdoor parks and activities, hotels and resorts, (even the weather) and all the attractions that draw over 80-million visitors a year to The Sunshine State say so. FLORIDA HOTELS

Georgia Georgia has exciting destinations that are fun for the whole family, from interactive museums to waterparks and zoos to the thrills and spills of a world-class amusement park; and outdoors to state parks brimming with Civil War history, panning for gold in the Georgia Mountains, hiking the Appalachian Trail, shooting the Chattanooga River rapids and enjoying the beaches and golf courses along the Coast at charming Savannah and the beautiful Brunswick & The Golden Islands. GEORGIA HOTELS

Hawaii The moment you arrive in Hawaii, with its own language, distinctive music and hula, the Polynesian magic and its warm, friendly people take over. Hawaii is famed for its dazzling beaches, unrivaled for surfing and windsurfing, and its golf courses (eight Hawaii courses can be found in Golf Magazine’s list of Top 25 USA Golf Resorts). HAWAII HOTELS

Idaho With its high mountain peaks, alpine lakes, lush forests and desert sand dunes, Idaho's door is always open to adventure seekers, outdoor enthusiasts and those looking to learn about its scenic beauty, western history and diverse culture. IDAHO HOTELS

Illinois From the skyscrapers of Chicago and the riverboats along the Mississippi, to the brand new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield and the lush Shawnee National Forest, the opportunities to discover Illinois are endless. ILLINOIS HOTELS

Indiana With its two big rivers, its lush lakefront parks, rolling hills and quaint villages, visitors can explore a wide array of adventures in Indiana, from arts and culture, sports and motor racing, agritourism, history and heritage, outdoor recreation, scenic getaways, family fun, shopping and some 470 golf courses spread across Indiana. INDIANA HOTELS

Iowa From fascinating museums and historic sites to theme parks and art galleries, Iowa offers attractions galore. Motels, hotels and inns across Iowa provide relaxing getaways and access to hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails. IOWA HOTELS

Kansas In Kansas visitors can explore the continent's largest remaining tallgrass prairie and discover sweeping horizons, find dinosaur bones and moon rocks, hunt and fish, find diverse art centers and museums, and comb out-of-the-way antique shops. KANSAS HOTELS

Kentucky From the hills and hollows of eastern Kentucky through the rolling bluegrass of its heartland to the massive lakes and flatlands of the west, Kentucky has much to offer vacationers: from roller coasters to scenic tours to classical music concerts; its diverse landscape and waterways provide great opportunities for outdoor recreation and all year long, Kentucky is alive with more than 700 festivals. KENTUCKY HOTELS

Louisiana Louisiana's attractions are as diverse as its many cultures, from casinos and nightlife, to plantations and museums, to restaurants, jazz venues, marinas, golf courses and Mardi Gras and other festivals. Visitors can check out the year-round Mardi Gras exhibits in museums across the state. Along its Gulf Coast are beaches, bird watching, fishing. LOUISIANA HOTELS

Maine For the family, Maine offers animal parks and zoos, family fun parks, beaches, minIature golf, and waterparks; for great outdoor activities for vacationers there is downhill skiing and snowboarding in Maine, Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, canoeing, sea kayaking, sailing and rafting and golf. MAINE HOTELS

Maryland In the 1920s, a reporter for National Geographic visited Maryland and dubbed the state “America in Miniature.” It sum up Maryland quite nicely. It has it all – from mountains to seashores – and everything is within about a 3-hour drive of Maryland's biggest city, Baltimore. MARYLAND HOTELS

Massachusetts With more than 1,500 miles of shoreline on the Atlantic coast as well as two famous offshore islands – Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard – Massachusetts boasts more than 80 beaches. Other well-known beaches are located on Cape Cod, Cape Ann and the shore areas north and south of Boston. Travelers can also visit a number of beaches near lakes, ponds and within national parks. There are 107 state forests and parks. MASSACHUSETTS HOTELS

Michigan In Michigan you are never more than six miles from a body of water with plenty of beaches. Rockhounds scour Lake Superior’s rocky shore for agates and other specimens, and the Lake Michigan beaches around Petoskey in search of the namesake state stone, the Petoskey stone. MICHIGAN HOTELS

Minnesota Minnesota may be known as the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes – and these lakes are the focus of Minnesota's great outdoor activities – but it is the vibrant Minneapolis-St. Paul hub (known as the Twin Cities) that provide its cosmopolitan flair. MINNESOTA HOTELS

Mississippi Mississippi has a unique blend of cities and countrysides, history and contemporary appeal. Mississippi's culture and heritage is found in the state's museums, historical homes, Civil War sites and landmarks, its casinos throughout the state from Tunica, the third largest gaming destination in the USA, to Biloxi along the Gulf of Mexico, a year-round resort and a major fishing center. There are over 145 Mississippi golf courses. MISSISSIPPI HOTELS

Missouri Across Missouri, some 300 historic districts allow visitors to see, touch and walk around Missouri’s history. There are beautiful state parks, rivers and caves throughout Missouri. Branson, America's live entertainment capital in the Ozark Mountains, has more theater seats than Broadway and features entertainers performing everything from music to magic MISSOURI HOTELS

Montana Visitors to Montana are drawn there by the lure of river trips, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, skiing and snowmobiling in its wide open spaces or in its majestic mountains and superb parks, scenic drives like Beartooth Highway in Montana’s Yellowstone and the Going to the Sun Highway in Glacier National Park. MONTANA HOTELS

Nebraska In Nebraska visitors find some of the nation’s most acclaimed attractions and events, from a world-class zoo to the world’s largest private collection of Americana to a 10,000-year-old unsolved mystery – plus museums, historical outposts, and otherworldly rock formations. NEBRASKA HOTELS

Nevada Go to Nevada and you can spend the night in an Aladdin's cave, in a pyramid, in Venice, in Casablanca or overlooking breathtaking Lake Tahoe, or spend a night in a ghost town .... it's part of the casino glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, Reno or Laughlin and the tranquility of Lake Tahoe; but visitors can also enjoy the history of the Old West, scenic and historic recreation areas, or go golfing, hiking, biking, climbing, and enjoying watersports. NEVADA HOTELS

New Hampshire From the sea coast to the soaring peaks of the highest mountains in the northeast, New Hampshire is a vacation destination that offers plenty of opportunity for sport and play – and the state is small enough to crisscross in a day. Vacationers can drive from ocean to mountains in less than three hours or dawdle in antique shops, berry-picking farms and picnic spots along the way. NEW HAMPSHIRE HOTELS

New Jersey While New Jersey is best known for its beaches and boardwalks, visitors can discover enjoyable journeys off the beaten path in the Garden State from authentic historical reenactments at Revolutionary War sites across the state to Thomas Edison’s home and laboratories or an eclectic sculpture garden in the middle of an industrial park. NEW JERSEY HOTELS

New Mexico From dinosaurs to volcanos to Native American Anasazi ruins, New Mexico is famous for its natural beauty and its ancient past. Its mountains, deserts, lakes, and forests offer endless recreational opportunities. The remains of New Mexico's ancient civilizations offer an evocative glimpse of the lives of centuries past. New Mexico's monuments and museums chronicle these historic events. NEW MEXICO HOTELS

New York New York state is a dazzling vacation destination with world-class attractions like Niagara Falls and the Statue of Liberty. Even longtime visitors still marvel at the pulsating excitement of Times Square; you can camp, hike, canoe in the Adirondack or Catskill mountains, fish or play golf everywhere, explore the Hudson Valley mansions and the battlefields of Saratoga, and stand in awe at Niagara Falls. There are breweries, wineries, casinos, Halls of Fame, museums, nature parks and zoos; and some of the greatest shopping in the world. NEW YORK HOTELS

North Carolina From the misty mountains to the sunny coastal beaches, North Carolina is the USA’s variety vacationland with natural beauty, history, arts, culture and adventure – something for everyone. NORTH CAROLINA HOTELS

North Dakota Pick up the trail of America’s greatest legends like Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, Custer, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt in North Dakota and follow in their footsteps. NORTH DAKOTA HOTELS

Ohio Vacationers to Ohio will find offerings in four key areas: family travel, arts and culture, history and heritage and outdoor adventure. Vacationers to Ohio can travel from ancient Indian cultures to the birthplace of aviation to the world’s fastest roller coaster in less than three hours. OHIO HOTELS

Oklahoma Oklahoma has more than 300 museums and historic sites, attractions from kitschy Route 66 icons to top-rated zoos, from art museums to roller coasters. From pristine mountain streams and piney forests to peaceful lakes and sandy beaches, Oklahoma's 51 state parks and numerous wildlife refuges and recreation areas offer a wealth of outdoor adventure. OKLAHOMA HOTELS

Oregon Tourists are flocking to the rugged coastline, snow-dusted mountains, dramatic river canyons and vineyards of Oregon. Its treasure chest of natural resources includes 13 national forests, more than 240 state parks, over 1,700 lakes, and more than 112,000 miles of waterways and rivers. OREGON HOTELS

Pennsylvania Bustling metropolitan cities and charming small towns – many of which, like Gettysburg and the Battle of Gettysburg, were home to turning points in American history – make Pennsylvania a land of contrasts as diverse as its attractions. PENNSYLVANIA HOTELS

Rhode Island Rhode Island is the perfect getaway for vacationers who want all the variety of a New England experience without hours of travel and hassle. Attractions, accommodations, first-class restaurants and shopping are packed into Rhode Island, the smallest state. RHODE ISLAND HOTELS

South Carolina South Carolina is one of the original American Colonies with a rich history and culture shaped by European, African and Caribbean influences. Visitors will discover cherished American historic sites, cultural and artistic treasures, award-winning museums, and fantastic shopping and dining.  SOUTH CAROLINA HOTELS

South Dakota From the rolling prairies and glittering lakes to the Badlands and its legendary Black Hills, South Dakota is a haven for fisherman, hunters, golfers and skiers alike. It has more than 1,100 square miles of water and a fishing season that never closes; hunters have access to nearly 5 million acres of public land. SOUTH DAKOTA HOTELS

Tennessee Tennessee is a fun-filled vacation destination from the Great Smoky Mountains in the East to the rolling horse country and city scapes of Middle Tennessee, to the world capital of country music in Nashville and the blues on Beale Street and Graceland in Memphis .... all amid rolling hills, mountain streams, river cities, world-renowned attractions and shopping in malls to outlet stores to antiques. TENNESSEE HOTELS

Texas Texas is a place where every day can hold a new adventure for hunters, anglers, campers, bird watchers and other outdoor enthusiasts, but there is also another side of Texas: its 45 theme parks, its ocean playground on the Gulf Coast with 600 miles of coastline and beaches, its world-class museums and arts centers, and over 900 golf courses. TEXAS HOTELS

Utah Utah is called "Crossroads of the West", the place where cities, mountains, rivers and cultures converge. Utah has five national parks: Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Capitol Reef National Park. UTAH HOTELS

Vermont Vermont is famous for its country inns, covered bridges, and recreational opportunities: in the summertime there is hiking, biking, swimming and sightseeing; in the winter, snowmobiling, snowboarding, skiing downhill or cross-country, skating, and autumn is, or course, Vermont's incredibly beautiful foliage season. VERMONT HOTELS

Virginia Virginia is for lovers of vacations – a laid-back place of natural beauty, mountains or seashore – a vacation promising what each visitor seeks – fun, shopping for antiques or fashion, history, theme-park excitement, nature, cultural events, boating, skiing, and mountain climbing. VIRGINIA HOTELS

Washington Washington is a place to discover the energy of sophisticated cities, and all the culinary, cultural and arts experiences for which Seattle and Tacoma are famous; outdoors there is the high desert, the rain forest, alpine wilderness, the inland waters of Puget Sound, islands, mountains, rivers. WASHINGTON HOTELS

West Virginia West Virginia offers whitewater rafting, snow sports, canoeing, hiking and backpacking, hunting, fishing, camping, wildlife viewing, and large tracts of wilderness. WEST VIRGINIA HOTELS

Wisconsin Woods and water are two of the reasons Wisconsin has become the Midwest's vacation playground; from the USA's largest collection of indoor waterparks to 22,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, a variety of indoor and outdoor activities await Wisconsin winter travelers. WISCONSIN HOTELS

Wyoming There's plenty to see and do in Wyoming: following in the footsteps of Wyoming's Western pioneers, experiencing Native American culture firsthand, exploring Wyoming’s many natural wonders, joining in the Western fun in any of Wyoming's diverse cities or driving through some of the USA’s most scenic countryside. WYOMING HOTELS

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