Acapulco
Acapulco, Mexico

One of Mexico’s most popular and beautiful seaside resorts (on three sides of its bay the towering Sierra Madre del Sur mountains reach right up to the shoreline), Acapulco enjoys a romantic and glorious history. Wealthy Mexicans, American writers, Hollywood Stars and European jet-setters soon flocked to Acapulco. It was here that John F. Kennedy and Brigitte Bardot honeymooned, and Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Harry Belafonte and Baron de Rothschild became regulars. Today, Acapulco is one of the most exciting places in the world attracting those who love to play all day and stay up all night!

http://www.acapulco.com

Adirondacks
Adirondacks, New York

Adirondacks.com contains one of the largest and most comprehensive trail map systems in the Adirondacks and Upstate New York for Hiking, Camping, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Snowmobiling and back country skiing and trekking. Adirondacks.com also offers a concise overview of the most popular canoe and kayak waterways throughout the 6 million acre Adirondack park including detailed canoe routes with maps and narrative descriptions of favorite waterways. We also offer an in-depth description of campgrounds throughout the Adirondacks with maps and detailed locations of every campground, including island campgrounds and backcountry lean-tos.

http://www.adirondacks.com

Kelowna
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

The 22nd largest metropolitan area in Canada, Kelowna is a beautful city located right on Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, Canada. Kelowna’s famous fine wines are produced here because of the city’s year-round mild weather, which makes the area ideal for grape growing. Surrounded by majestic tree-covered mountains, Kelowna is the perfect place for a family vacation any time of the year. Enjoy the culinary treats, scenic tours, and of course, the wonderful wines produced by Kelowna’s vineyards.

http://www.kelowna.com

Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach, California

Known for its miles of clean sandy beaches, working artists, annual festivals and the name of a popular television show, Laguna Beach is the perfect California small town getaway for visitors near and far. Located mid-way between Los Angeles and San Diego, the city of Laguna Beach is a seaside village of 25,000-plus residents that includes hundreds of local working artists and unique gift shops. It is home for people who seek the tranquility of beach accommodations as well as endless cultural opportunities.

http://www.lagunabeach.com

Nashville
Nashville, Tennessee

World famous today as Music City, USA, Nashville is a beautiful modern city with world class restaurants, hotels and shops all blessed with the heart and friendliness of a small town. The music history of Nashville starts at the Ryman which featured legends such as Roy Acuff, Dolly Parton and Hank Williams. Tpday, te Grand Ole Opry at Opryland has taken over where Ryman left off. Around the corner is the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Nashville’s “Music Row” is home to dozens of recording studios, music company offices and songwriting houses. Other Nashville attractions include a replica of the ancient Greek Parthenon, the General Jackson Showboat, President Andrew Jackson’s “The Hermitage”, Belle Meade and The Belmont Mansion.

http://www.nashville.com

Palm Springs
Palm Springs, California

The legendary playground of the stars, Palm Springs is a desert oasis with a cosmopolitan twist. A visit to Palm Springs is a unique opportunity to dine in world class restaurants, lounge at legendary boutique hotels, gamble at casinos, take a trip up the 8,000 foot Palm Springs TRAM and discover why mid-century modern enthusiasts gather here yearly. For the outdoor adventurer; Palm Springs offers magnificent hiking, unique jeep tours, 360 days of sunshine, crystal clear starry nights and a well deserved reputation as the Golf Capitol of America.

http://www.palmsprings.com

Pigeon Forge
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Pigeon Forge is one of the fastest growing tourist cities in the South, and can proudly boast of being filled with action-packed entertainment, and having a calendar of events that caters to every member of the family, with such events as; annual craft/gift shows, classic car shows, conventions, and music festivals, just to name a few. Pigeon Forge has a large range of accommodations, is surrounded by natural beauty, with warm summers and mild winters, plus our world-famous Mountain Hospitality! Pigeon Forge is located within a day’s drive of two-thirds of the U.S. population. As one of the major gateways to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, more than half of the Park’s 20 million plus yearly visitors pass through Pigeon Forge.

http://www.pigeonforge.com

Salinas
Salinas, California

Nestled between the beautiful Gabilan and Santa Lucia mountain ranges in Monterey County, Salinas is located just a short drive away from Wine Country. With year-round temperatures in the mid-70s, Salinas is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation. Old Town Salinas is filled with wonderful restaurants, great places to hear music and cute antique shops and boutiques. Whether you like an adventurous vacation with kayaking and scuba diving, or if you prefer a more relaxing vacation touring the vinyards of Monterey County, Salinas, California is a great place for a fun vacation.

http://www.salinas.com

Tijuana
Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana’s international allure as a city that is equal parts revolutionary fervor and frontier party town can be traced directly to the 1915 Tijuana Fair. At the fair they showcased bullfights, horse racing, boxing, cockfighting and casino gambling. Curious San Diegans flocked down in droves and word quickly spread throughout the Southwest about Tijuana’s reputation as the “Wildest of the Wild.” In 1917, San Diego banned cabaret dancing and Tijuana wasted no time in building more cabarets and casinos. By now Hollywood had heard all about Tijuana and its irresistibly short three hour drive down the California coast. That trek soon became a pilgrimage when, in 1920, the United States outlawed alcoholic beverages and Tijuana welcomed America’s thirsty citizens with open arms that have never closed.

http://www.tijuana.com