''USA Adventures''

The great attraction of the USA is its incredible diversity. The home is to dynamic cities and minor towns that vary dramatically from region to region and the awe-inspiring national parks unparalleled for their majesty and assortment. The Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Arches and Glacier National Parks, contest for your attention with the iconic sights and culture of San Francisco, Boston and New Orleans. Eastern energy, slow-paced deep southern charm and the laid back lifestyle of the west coast synthesize to create a phenomenal melting pot of virtually anything. Swathes of mountain forests, rivers, canyons and cacti studded deserts integrate with the glitz and glamor of Hollywood, rich Native American culture and that cowboy spirit, for an amazingly varied traveling experience. 

San Francisco, California, is a spectacular peninsula surrounded by water on three marginals and grows from the inside out. This modern city has become one of America's favorites and is visually brilliant, with many world-famous steep hills offering incredible views of San Francisco Bay and the breathtaking Golden Gate Bridge, which opened in 1937 and immediately became the longest suspension bridge in the world. The Pacific Ocean framework the westerly boundary of the peninsula, while San Francisco Bay lies directly to the east. In total there are three main districts - downtown (between the bay, Market Street and Van Nessa Avenue), South of the Market District (So Ma) and the westerly side of the city, which is mainly residential and encompasses Pacific Heights, Richmond, the Golden Gate Park and the Marina area. For everything in the way of tourism, pay a visit to the highly regarded San Francisco Visitors Information Center, which is located within the Halli-die Plaza on the corner of Market Street and Powell Street.

An accommodation in San Francisco can be a little expensive, but there is certainly a significant number of hotels to choose from. There are usually some excellent value hotel deals to be found, even in the heart of San Francisco, particularly when you book in advance. The summer season is when most hotels tend to hike their rates, although do expect foggy mornings at this time of the year. Weekend reservations are necessary several weeks beforehand when staying at this city. For the cheapest and most readily available lodging, consider your establishment at one of the mainstream chains on Lombard Street or Fisherman's Wharf, while San Francisco hostels provide a good alternative for backpackers or those on a tight budget. The most popular youth hostels can be retrieved sited on stretches such as the Isadora Duncan Lane, Farrell and Sacramento Street.

Golden Gate Park

Another major San Francisco tourist attraction is the Hakone Japanese Tea Garden, situated in the vast Golden Gate Park. These traditional Japanese gardens authorize the most tranquil place in the whole of the city and envelope around 2 hectares / 5 acres. With koi carp ponds, pagodas, drum bridges and a Japanese Tea Room, these exquisite landscaped gardens are well worth a visit. The local climate is generally mild and very sunny, in spite of the famous morning fog. The city is without question a lively and companionable Californian destination, with some highly developed areas, including tall skyscrapers, and contrasting, more traditional districts, such as Chinatown - home to one of the largest Chinese communities outside of Asia. The cosmopolitan city of San Francisco is diverse, open minded, exciting and most of all, enjoyable.


Boston, MA, is a relatively compact city and most of the major places of interest are conveniently within walking distance of each other. This is an especially historic city, being first endowed in the early part of the 17th century and incorporated as a city in 1822. Regarded by many to be nothing short of the New England capital, Boston comes with many different neighborhoods, a figure of which have become famous in their own authority. The most prominent of these include the districts of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Charles-town, Chinatown, Dorchester, Fen-way-Kenmore, Hyde Park, North End, South End and West End. Downtown Boston is where the bustling Financial District is based, being home to gleaming high-rise buildings that integrate to make the city's distinctive waterfront skyline. Various tourism offices are present in the city and its suburbs, with the Boston Common Tourist Information Center next to Tremont Street being a safe bet. Others append the Boston National Historical Park Visitors Center, across from the Old State House, and the Cambridge Office for Tourism Information on Harvard Square in nearby Cambridge, close to JF Kennedy Street and the popular Atrium Shopping Center.

For more information about the city, please visit our website: Boston travel guide

New Orleans

Louisiana’s marshy Mississippi Valley is one of the most attractive areas of the USA. New Orleans, its largest city, is one of the country’s major tourist destinations. It is famed for Dixieland jazz, architecture, superb cuisine and its unique French Quarter. The city also manifests a wide choice of museums and galleries. Other places to see in the state include Lafayette, a city of magnificent gardens and the start of the 40km (25 mile) Azalea Trail; the scrutinized Basin, the largest and most remote swamp in the USA; the huge salt domes of Avery; and Alexandria, surrounded by forests and parks. The 138m- (452ft-) high marble and limestone Capitol Building is situated in Baton Rouge. Louisiana was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, but most of the tourism appeal including the infrastructure have been rectified and are open to visitors. Many areas of New Orleans are still totally devastated, but on the whole the city is recovering and tourism is intensifying once again.

French Quarter

The French Quarter New Orleans is a beautiful district that is a blend of history, civilization, superstition, and modern convention. The multi-level abodes, which date back to the 1700s, are predominately Spanish structures with a bit of French influence. They create an air of old-world charm amidst the host of actors, dancers, singers, jugglers, musicians, artists, and performers of all ranges sharing their arts with the passersby. The warm breeze and bohemian mood surround tourists, enveloping them in the merriment and embracing them into the heart of the Vieux CarrĂ©. Shops offering souvenirs, masks, clothing equipment, food, drink, and every other conceivable desire can be found down one long avenue or another. 

Floating above the city's sounds and music, a sweet scent drifts in and entices the senses to pleasures yet anonymous. The aroma leads the enthralled follower to 1039 Decatur Street. Beneath the green-and-white striped awning stands the Cafe Du Monte, home of the world’s finest coffees and desserts. As orchestra plays outside the open-air cafe, pigeons descend in the square to congregate discarded crumbs, and the ambiance of "Paris in the Springtime" is complete. For less than five dollars, the connoisseur of tasty treats can enjoy a cup of cafe au lait (coffee and chicory blended with milk) and a fresh, warm signet (deep-fried doughnut-like pastry dusted with powdered sugar). Of all the simple inducements in life, this guilty pleasure ranks among the sweetest--no pun intended. In brief, New Orleans's French Quarter is a montage of historical, artistic, delicious delights to be savored by all who grace her fair streets. 

Museum of Art

The new Orleans Museum of Art, the city’s oldest fine arts institution, comprises a magnificent permanent accumulation of more than 40,000 objects. The collection, noted for its extraordinary strengths in French and American art, photography, glass, African and Japanese manufacture, continues to grow. The five-acre Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA one of the most important sculpture installations in the United States, with 50 of them situated on a beautifully landscaped site amongst meandering footpaths, reflecting lagoons, Spanish moss-laden 200-year-old live oaks, mature pines, magnolias, camellias, and pedestrian bridges.

St. Louis Cathedral in the F. Quarter

For further details, do visit the following website on Sacred Destinations

Therefore please don't hesitate, give yourself an opportunity to have an experience of your own!

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