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Published On: Thu, Feb 8th, 2018

My Adventure in USA: 4 Places You Must Have To Visit

The United States is one of the largest nations on the planet, so to say that there are four or five destinations that you just have to see is quite a statement. There are literally hundreds of places that virtually anyone would love visiting, whether you are an amusement park enthusiast, movie buff, outdoorsman, or history enthusiast.

However, if you find that you are visiting the United States either by yourself or in a group, there are four destinations that you will want to keep in mind to try to make as part of your adventure in the USA.

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Here are some must see locations.

The Great Lakes – the great things about the Great Lakes is that there are many different locations around the area to be able to see them, like Chicago, Duluth, and many others. This is one of the most fantastic lake areas, providing recreation and enjoyment for the entire family, while giving you beautiful views no matter what time of year you arrive. If you are visiting the Windy City, you can use the local Chicago transportation to be able to help you to get around and enjoy the city while also enjoying the lakes.

Image/National Park Service

New York City – New York City is arguably the very best city on the planet. There are more things to do there than you can possibly imagine, and you are within a short distance of being able to see amazing destinations outside of the city. The best part is that you don’t need to stay in New York City to actually appreciate it. You can stay in locations like New Jersey and then commute into the city. If you are traveling in a group and don’t feel like riding the subway, you can look at a new jersey bus rental company to assist you in your quest to enjoy the Big Apple.

The Rocky Mountains – there are few places on earth like the Rocky Mountains. If you are standing at the basin of this mountain range, it is unfathomable how awesome and majestic that they are. During the wintertime to see the snow cover this range is truly spectacular, and will leave you with a sense of awe that people actually crossed this area with nothing more than a covered wagon and horses to help them.

The Grand Canyon – not very far from the Rocky Mountains is the Grand Canyon. This is a location that has been the source of fantastic paintings and art that has been used in countless Western films, and is a place that will leave you absolutely breathless. The fact that they allow you to go out over the top of the Grand Canyon and view down below or to ride down into the canyon itself will give you images you will enjoy for the rest of your life.

There are a whole lot of places to visit in the United States, so narrowing it down can be really difficult. Here are four you’ll really want to try to get to.

Author: Jill White

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