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Five Themed Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Las Vegas, Nevada, is the city of many people’s dreams, and most travelers rave about the nightlife, the vibe and the casinos, bars and restaurants here. There are certainly lots of random activities, bars, and cafes in Las Vegas to …

Two Excellent Hotels in North Bay Village, Miami, Florida, USA

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Miami might seem like a daunting urbanized city where a fast-paced street scene meets an equally busy beach and seafront. However, this doesn’t have to be the case for the holiday maker, especially if you decide to stay in the …

Thirsty Thursdays: 5 Quirky Coffee Shops in Richmond, Virginia, USA

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Richmond, Virginia is home to over 200,000 people, yet is not exactly the most touristic city of its size in the USA. If you check on the Hipmunk site, however, you will see that there is a good range of hotels in …

Thirsty Thursdays: Top 5 Coffee Shops in Chicago, Illinois, USA

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When you are traveling to a city as huge and busy as Chicago, Illinois, grabbing a coffee in the morning might be high on your list to prepare for a busy time. Check into one of the best Chicago Hotels, and you …

Thirsty Thursdays: 5 Quirky Cafes in New York City, USA

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New York City is overflowing with coffee shops. They are almost on every corner of every street in Manhattan. But brand name coffee shops start to get repetitive and worn and lose their appeal after your 11th or 12th straight …

Thirsty Thursdays: 5 Cool Bars in the US Virgin Islands

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The magic of the U.S. Virgin Islands attracts thousands of tourists every year. But in the heat and among thousands of other holiday makers, it is hard to truly relax even on Saint Thomas — the resort island famous for …

Backpacking in the USA: 5 Unusual Sights in Richmond, Virginia

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Richmond, Virginia, with just over 200,000 residents, is the state capital. The city’s economy is not renowned for tourism however, with law, finance, and government offices providing the most common and important jobs in the city. However, the tourists who make …

Backpacking in the USA: 5 Quirky Places to Check out in Denver, Colorado

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Denver is a highly populated and spectacular city in Colorado with a stunning backdrop against the Rocky Mountains. Aside from the obvious touristic sites such as Colorado State Capitol and the sports stadiums, it is always nice to head to …

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