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Top 10 Things to do in USA
Things to do in Las Vegas
Whether you’re going to Las Vegas to marvel at the spectacular hotels lining the strip, to shop up a storm or explore the dazzle of the shows and casinos, you will be awe-struck at the number of things you want to do!
See the breathtaking Cirque du Soleil show, where past Olympian gymnasts are catapulted on stage. Take a ride on the New York- New York roller coaster and get whisked through the middle of the bedazzled hotel rendition of Manhattan. Shoot a machine, hand or custom design gun at the famous Machine Guns Vegas, and tap into your inner Lara Croft or Arnold Schwarzenegger. Lay by the iconic Vegas pools and sip on a tropical cocktail, basking in the sun. Or just re-discover your chi, watching the Bellagio fountains dancing to the soothing sounds of Frank Sinatra.
A trip to Las Vegas wouldn’t be completed without viewing the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon. We recommend a half day helicopter tour where you will experience the intricate landscape and diverse scenery of the Grand Canyon at its very best.
There is so much going on that Las Vegas is definitely a city where there is something for everyone.
Things to do in Los Angeles
Beverly Hills boast stunning snippets of the history of Hollywood fused with modern glamour. Explore the perfectly manicured streets and see the hideaway homes of your favourite stars. See the stars (literally) on the sidewalk at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Shop your way down Rodeo Drive, people-watch or get your fortune read along the boardwalk at Venice Beach; swim, surf, ride your bike or play volley ball down at the gorgeous Santa Monica Beach, or catch the perfect swell at Malibu.
Newport Beach (home of the TV Hit Show, The O.C) boasts luxury by the seaside. Shopping malls, specialty shops and decadent restaurants line the harbour. Be sure to pop the expansive Fashion Island on your to-do list when visiting the affluent town. Bloomingdale’s, and endless leading brand name boutiques will be sure to satisfy every shopping craving possible! Holidaying with the kids, a trip to the USA isn’t the same without a stop in Anaheim – home to the famous Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.
Things to do in San Diego
Sun drenched San Diego is a beach town on the to-do list.Discover the magic of Ja Holla Cove’s azure waters and golden sands and its gnarly surf breaks. The marine life is waiting for you to visit with your snorkel, and there is no better vantage point than Cabrillo National Monument at the southern tip of Point Loma to absorb the absolute beauty of Southern California’s vast landscapes. Nature is in abundance in San Diego, and it’d be just crazy not to explore what’s on offer!
San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Legoland and endless Museums are perfect for fun family holidays. Teach the kids about new animals; let them squeal at the dolphins playing; attend to your own inner child in a world of Lego; or lose yourself in the stories of decades past – you won’t have a spare moment with so much to do.
Things to do in San Francisco
The number one sight to see in San Francisco is of course the Golden Gate Bridge. As the most famous bridge in the world and one of the most photographed on Earth, the bridge spans 1.7 miles with approximately 120,000 cars driving across it each day. In stark contrast to the impressive concrete connector, the lush Golden Gate Park is a reminder of the Summer of Love. The world’s largest developed park is home to hugging hippies, drum circles, the California Academy of Sciences and the Conservatory of Flowers.
Take a short ferry ride from Pier 43, to Alcatraz, where you can explore the home of some of America’s most notorious criminals. Take a recorded tour of the cells and explore the grounds of this fascinating prison. A short walk from Pier 43 you will find Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf, the best place to watch Californian sea lions bathing in the sun and a perfect spot to dine on freshly caught crab. From here you can walk to a number of popular attractions such as the Guinness Museum of World Records, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, the Wax Museum and two shopping areas – The Anchorage and The Cannery. For some more serious shopping, head to Union Square, where you’ll find the largest Bloomingdale’s outside of New York as well as the most exclusive designer boutiques.
You’ll fall in love with the eclectic pseudo-island of San Fransisco. The iconic hills, the atmosphere and the people will have you head over heels in this city of culinary delights, arts, culture and glitter.
Things to do in New York City
It doesn’t take much to be romanced by the hustle and bustle of New York City. Residents, and tourists alike fall head over heels in minutes. In a city this big it can be daunting in regards of where to start exploring so be sure to check out the following:
Central Park – this expansive oasis of greenery in the middle of the glitzy concrete jungle is just heaven. Hire a bike and ride one of the routes, see the Alice in Wonderland Statue, visit the Literary Walk, or just relax with a book under a great American Elm Tree.
Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Rockefeller Center – the must-dos of tourist sightseeing! Don’t be fooled, it might be cliché to visit these spots but clichés are only so because of their prominence! These sights will absolutely wow you.
Grand Central Terminal – this magnificent display of architecture is a living view into New York’s eminent past. Find its whisper tunnel, divulge in the Oyster Bar (or multiple other delightful dining establishments) downstairs, or just gaze at the celestial ceiling mural. Even after hours, you’re unlikely to get bored.