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Glitz and glamour are words that have described Vegas since the days of the Rat Pack – but today's Sin City is more than just slot machines, neon lights and flashy shows. Current artists in residence include Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, and Penn & Teller. And what happens in Vegas depends on you: Play for big stakes at the craps table or relax in front of a nickel slot machine. Party in the club until the wee hours or go to bed early – in your relaxing desert oasis away from all the buzz and bright lights – so you can make your morning tee time.
The Magic City is home to Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld, and today's Orlando puts you right in the center of the action! Live out the most exciting scenes from your favorite movies and books as you experience firsthand the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the planet Pandora (from the movie Avatar), a land from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (hint: we’re talking about Star Wars), and much, much more. No matter your age, there’s a ride, show, or attraction that will give you goosebumps.
Where else but South Florida can you find tropical weather, dance-till-dawn nightlife, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world? This cosmopolitan coastal community also has an array of always-open golf courses and tennis courts, both an established and underground affinity for the arts, and shopping rivaled only by Rodeo Drive. What’s more, culinary experiences range far beyond simply great seafood, with countless casual and fine dining options for everyone: gourmands, vegans, and people who just love a good meal.
Who would have thought anyone could make history this fun? Like no other place, Williamsburg escorts you to the 17th and 18th Centuries, making you feel like a time traveler when you visit Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement, and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. And you can make some great memories for your family's history at Busch Gardens Williamsburg.
Tucked in the Shenandoah Valley between the spectacularly scenic Blue Ridge Mountains and the vast Alleghenies, Massanutten is a four-season vacation destination with golf, water sports (even indoor during the cooler months), and some of the mid-Atlantic's best skiing and snowboarding. History buffs will enjoy the area's museums and lore, and outdoor enthusiasts can explore the local trails.
The Berkshires area is known for its captivating natural beauty, thriving local restaurant scene, and dedication to the arts in all its forms. See the only natural white marble arch on the continent, taste the best of microbreweries and farm-to-table dining, and experience the finest art galleries, museums, and live performances.