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Charleston, SC

Charleston has been voted “America’s Best City” not just once, but thrice, for a number of valid reasons. As a seaport region in South Carolina, here is where southern comforts are very much felt. The people are friendly and welcoming, and with a resort-like appeal sans the noise and crowd, the city is very much ideal for a relaxed and laid-back holiday.

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Biloxi, MS

Biloxi is one of cities on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. Being one of the oldest cities in the country, Biloxi is where a myriad of cultural interests happen, where a year-round of traditional festival is a common happening. With an array of museums, galleries, historic sites and casinos, rimmed by white sand beaches and magnificent natural scenery, to be in Biloxi means to experience a fantastic getaway.

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Burlington, VT

Burlington, nicely sitting on Lake Champlain, is Vermont’s largest city. As the state’s cosmopolitan center for trade and business, Burlington has a mix of urban vibe and small-town charm. With its scenic surrounds, fascinating history, delectable culinary, welcoming people, and other elements appealing to out-of-towners, Burlington becomes one of the most-visited spots of the state.

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Carson City, NV

Nevada’s capital, Carson City, is a fascinating destination in its own right. Just thirty minutes from Reno, this city is rich of history and culture, and your eyes will surely feast on its assemblage of well-preserved buildings and ancient architecture.

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Bloomsburg, PA

Bloomsburg is a small, quaint town in Pennsylvania rich of attractions and lively events. Here is a town where fun is endless, recreational activities are unlimited, local food are delightful, and people are friendly—just few of the many factors why Bloomsburg never fails to attract visitors from near and far.

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Augusta, ME

Augusta, being the state capital, is definitely one of Maine’s busy cities when it comes to trade and commerce, but its tourism is surely not lagging behind. Here is where some of the state’s best kept secrets, such as natural treasures, historic attractions and fashionable restaurants, are worth discovering.

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sitting near the heart of New Mexico is where the largest city of the state is found—the city of Albuquerque. Just like the world-renowned Santa Fe, Albuquerque is equally popular to tourists due to its assemblage of attractions, colorful traditions, interesting history and awe-inspiring natural scenery, and its mixed features rightfully make it one of New Mexico’s in-demand tourist spot.

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Kansas City – Missouri, USA

The largest city of Missouri, Kansas City, is often called the City of Fountains, because apart from Rome, this city is known for numerous outdoor fountains and water attractions. Apart from its stunning fountains, the architecture and art deco designs are also the city’s alluring features, the more visitors are encouraged to see this incredible city.

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Austin, Texas

When Austin locals talk boastfully how beautiful their hometown is, they have all the right to do so. There are numerous factors why Austin, the dashing capital of Texas, is one of the best places to see in America. Sitting in the Hill Country, Austin becomes world-popular due to its entertainment scene, making the capital the “live music capital of the world.”

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Outer Banks, USA

For countless years, the Outer Banks is a destination tourists cannot resist. With attractions ranging from natural to historical, everything about Outer Banks brings satisfaction to the eyes and pleasure to the senses.

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