The Dos And Don’ts Of The Great American Road Trip

  Road trips have become one of the most popular ways to explore the United States. In fact, they are now so popular that they have become an integral part of the country’s culture. After all, you just have to look at all the great works that have been inspired by Jack Kerouac’s novel On The Road to see that Americans really do love a good road trip across the country!So, ...

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Brooklyn, NYC Travel Guide

  This post is originally from IHG's Guide to Brooklyn.   The distinct culture, deep-rooted history and magnetic energy of Brooklyn make it one of the most beloved and revered destinations in America. Celebrated around the world for its big-city excitement and unique brand of authenticity, this buzzing New York City borough--the city’s most populous--constantly attracts visitors from around the globe, and you’ll find amazing hotels in Brooklyn to fit your travel needs.  Things ...

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Get Off The Beaten Track: Adventures in Idaho

  Looking for a destination that’s off the beaten track, away from swarms of tourists and offers spectacular views? Then Idaho might be just what you’re after: it's the perfect place to get back to nature and really enjoy the great outdoors.    What To Do   The scenery in Idaho will knock your socks off, so spending time taking photos and enjoying the views is a must. Explore the Craters of the Moon National ...

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Amazing Hotels for a Sports- and History-Filled Stay in Louisville, Kentucky

  Located on the Ohio River, Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city and an exciting destination for history enthusiasts and sports lovers young and old. Whether you’re visiting specifically for the Kentucky Derby horse race or to enjoy the year-round attractions and museums, you may want to select one of these boutique hotels as your Louisville base.  Central Perks at the Hyatt Regency Louisville The Hyatt Regency Louisville combines great value with an ideal ...

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Best Hotels for a Great Stay in Cultural Cambridge, Massachusetts

  A stone’s throw away from Boston, the lively city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, stands out as the home of two of the U.S.’s (and world’s) most prestigious universities: Harvard and MIT. The campus population combines a youthful energy and diversity best embodied by the town’s different European-style neighborhoods, or “Squares.” Whether you visit for the history, the world-class museums and the food range, or simply to soak up the dynamic atmosphere ...

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