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A popular first stop on a trip around North America, New York offers great shopping, world class museums and sightseeing. Go for a stroll in the local neighbourhoods and find your favourite cafe to chill out.
Head on to Chicago in the Midwest. Explore the original hometown of the gangsters from the 1920s and 30s and make sure to enjoy some local blues and jazz music. Afterwards head on a roadtrip on Route 66.
Head down to sunny Orlando - home of the theme parks. Explore Disneyland, Universal Studios and much, much more. Afterwards head to Kennedy Space Center and imagine yourself on a trip to outer Space.
In Miami you can soak up the sun with the rich and the famous in South Beach. If you are more of a "nature person" you can go on an adventure in the unique Everglades National Park or hit the open road on a trip to Key West.
Travel west to New Orleans - home of the world famous Mardi Gras. The city also have a lot more to offer, with its location at the Gulf of Mexico and on the banks of the Mississippi River. Don't miss an authentic Creole or Cajun dinner and a visit to the local jazz clubs.
San Francisco and a change of scenery. Visit The Rock - The Alkatraz Prison in the bay, head into the wild national parks or just explore the colours of the city. San Francisco has something for everyone.
Your journey ends with a taste of Canada in one of the most liveable cities in the World: Vancouver. Use it as your base for exploring Vancouver Islands, the ski slopes of Whistler or head east into the Canadian Rocky Mountains on a Canadian roadtrip.
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