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- 1California, USA1968 reviews
How do you review a city like San Francisco? So much to do and so much history. Things you have to do if your visiting: Ride a Trolley, See the Golden Gate Bridge, Go to Fisherman's Wharf, Lombard Street..... Pack some sturdy shoes if you plan on doing much walking; the city is built on steep hills. The locals are ...
- 2District of Columbia, USA600 reviews
The White House...it never gets old even if you see it more than once. Even if you can't go inside, it's worth it to take a picture outside this majestic house.
- 3Oregon, USA245 reviews
Portland is a wonderful food city! I love it. Tax-free shopping, lots of fun sites to visit and an amazing food scene. I drive down here from Seattle a few times a year just to hang out and enjoy a new restaurant. Highly recommended for people who also love Seattle and Vancouver!
- 4Illinois, USA1003 reviews
Celebrated my birthday in Chitown!!! I don't care if it was February, I love this city so much I can't wait to explore it again (only next time I would love to be there when it's warm). Food you must try: Italian sandwiches, DEEP FRIED PIZZA (try to find a mom and pop shop), hot dogs,FOIE GRAS (if you're from ...
- 5Washington, USA616 reviews
Once you get used to rainy weather 97.4 percent of the time (or so it seems) this relaxed yet culturally vibrant city along Puget Sound has a lot to offer. Like San Francisco, it's a thriving urban environment filled with great cultural happenings and ethnic food, situated in close proximity to hiking and all sorts of other outdoorsy activities for ...
- 6Texas, USA265 reviews
The title of “Live Music Capital of the World” may be self-proclaimed, but you certainly can’t fault the residents of Austin for being enthusiastically proud of their thriving music scene. There are a lot of options here (about 250, to be precise) that will satisfy many a disparate eardrum, ranging from back alley blues bars to mega stadiums that host ...
- 7Nevada, USA2082 reviews
How can you not love Vegas?! The party & energy never stops! Shopping, gambling, shows, museums, street performers, & so much to see and do within walking distance. The nightlife is spectacular and the restaurants ate fabulous! Wether you're a luxury or budget traveler, Vegas has fun in store for you!
- 8New York State, USA153 reviews
I adore Brooklyn and it's many personalities - it has all the charm and history of NYC - The treelined streets of park slope, a huge variety of restaurants, the hipsters of Williamsburgh, the amazingly walkable Prospect Park - all without the insane crowds.
- 9Georgia, USA96 reviews
Savannah is great historical city that can take you from the early times of the colonies to civil war through civil rights movement. with great views along the downtown harbor.
- 10New York State, USA880 reviews
Everytjing about NYC is magical! If you are planning NYC consider this tip to save money: Take the subway to Bowling Green or South Ferry and hop on a ferry for a free ride across New York Harbor. The boats run 24 hours a day and the rides are FREE. You get to take some great photos as the boat ...
- 11California, USA647 reviews
San Diego offers something for everyone. With near perfect weather year round San Diego holds a treasure for everyone. The hardest part of your vacation here would be trying to fit in everything you want to do.
- 12Florida, USA33 reviews
Clearwater is a huge, clean beach that you can walk for miles! Spectacular sunsets and a fun festival at the pier every night, or water sport rentals and boat rides offer something for everyone.
- 13Virginia, USA97 reviews
A very old town that has great museum and historical sites to see. It has made it beaches accessible by provide ramps and solid surface to move on. Again disability parking is hard to find and use.
- 14Tennessee, USA174 reviews
Nashville is a southern city with deep rich colorful history. It is also the home of both President Andrew Jackson and Country Music. Disability access and disability parking will depend on what activities you choose. you would at-least need two days of sightseeing to get a flavor of this southern city.
- 15Montana, USA49 reviews
A large, beautiful and rather remote national park. There are lovely hiking trails where it is common to view wildlife.
- 16Hawaii, USA36 reviews
Kailua is a laid back beach town on Oahu's eastern Windward side. It's got fabulous Kailua Beach, Lanikai Beach, lots of vacation rental homes, good hiking and great places to eat.
- 17Arizona, USA295 reviews
You can't help to feel anything but tiny when standing over this immense hole in the ground. You have absolutely no sense of how big the canyon actually is. Standing at the rim, you can't tell that it's about a mile deep. But don't just stand at the top and look down, hike down into it and get familiar with ...
- 18Nevada, USA98 reviews
It aint the biggest lil city in the world for nothing... trust me I have enjoyed the best and worst of this city more days than I have a desire to count. yet I still absolutely love it. I have seen it grow tremendously and remember it how it was before... It still remains true to almost everything it used ...
- 19California, USA9 reviews
This place is HUGE! Lot's to do in the desert. You can go off-roading almost any where. Take a drive to Font's point to have a good look at the desert and the badlands. If you want to see some stars, this is the place to be. It was the second location to be designated an official Dark sky community ...
- 20Florida, USA45 reviews
Sun, fun and more! We're talkin' beach now. One of the best you'll find ANYWHRE. So much to do do do AND yet soooo easy to relax--a very pleasant paradox indeed.