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The iconic Manhattan Bridge in New York
The co-star of many a classic movie, like “Once Upon a Time in America” and “The Godfather,” the Manhattan Bridge encapsulates the cosmopolitan spirit of the world-famous New York borough. Head to Expedia Magazine for a cultural guide to New York.
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Experience New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, and its wonderfully chaotic energy, is waiting for you. Experience the fusion of music, food, and culture at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival; as the official travel partner, we're looking forward to sharing the sights and sounds of the Big Easy with you!
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New York travel: Exploring NYC by water
In the city that never sleeps, you could stay for 10 years and still not see everything it has to offer. But taking a boat on the Hudson River remains the best way to see the New York skyline in all of its chaotic, shimmering glory.
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Outdoor travel: Explore Sedona, Arizona
Calling all hikers! Sedona offers beautiful desert views, and operates a free shuttle service to hiking trails; this reduces car emissions, litter, and damage, keeping the red-orange mountains as untouched as possible.
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The Balfour Hotel in Miami Beach
This art-deco boutique hotel pays homage to former British Prime Minister Lord Balfour. With avant-garde interiors inspired by tattoo art, it’s a stylish place to rest your head.
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Miami travel guide: Los Pinareños Fruteria
This open-air market is packed with more tropical fruits and veg than you can shake a coconut at. Try a batido—a tropical fruit shake—to really cool off in the Miami heat.
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Miami travel guide: Exploring Little Havana
We all scream for ice cream. In the heart of Miami’s Little Havana, Azucar ice-cream parlor creates tropical gourmet flavors. Try the sweet plantain for a taste of Cuba.
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Miami travel guide: Visit Máximo Gómez Park
A locals' hangout. The locals have played dominoes here for over 40 years, sipping Cuban coffee and laughing in the sun. The players are members-only, but luckily, they don’t mind an audience.
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Honolulu travel guide: Visit Byodo-In Temple, Oahu
This Buddhist temple was built in 1968 to commemorate the first Japanese immigrants, who had arrived in Hawaii 100 years earlier.
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Hawaii travel guide: Where to eat in Honolulu
The locals swear by O’Kims restaurant. Slurp the spicy tofu soup and get a side of purple rice as you watch the city pass by. Learn more about what to do and where to eat in Honolulu with our travel guide.
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Hawaii vacation: Kualoa Ranch in Honolulu County
Head out on a tour around the picturesque Kualoa Ranch. Nicknamed “Hollywood’s backlot,” it’s where Jurassic Park, Jumanji, and Lost were filmed.
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Hawaii travel guide: Tantalus Lookout, Honolulu
Set a blanket down on the huge green lawn as the sun sets over Honolulu, and gaze out over the Diamond Head Crater.
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Things to do in Hawaii: Where to hike and what to see
Everyone knows Hawaii is great for surfing, but it's also a haven for hikers. You can walk through the luscious greenery of Kauai island or even attempt the Kalalau Trail, named one of the most beautiful and challenging hikes in the world.
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Antelope Canyon, Arizona ​
The pink-red sandstone of Arizona’s Antelope Canyon provides the perfect photo opportunity. Spend a day hiking and exploring nature’s own artworks, and be sure to keep your camera at the ready.
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Grand Canyon, Arizona ​
One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon in Arizona is renowned for its jaw-dropping scale. With spectacular viewpoints on each rim, it’s well worth plotting your route ahead of time, or taking a guided tour. ​