Classic North American Journeys
Four US States - Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah -intersect at the point they call
which is the only place in the entire United States where four states touch.
Route 66 served as a major path for those who migrated west,especially during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, and it supported the economies of the communities through which the road passed. People doing business along the route became prosperous due to the growing popularity of the highway, and those same people later fought to keep the highway alive in the face
This journey through California and Nevada will take you through iconic cities, fabulous beaches, glitzy resorts, eerie...
Enjoy the "wind in your hair" experience on this relaxed fly-drive along California's Highway 1. Considered one of the world's most scenic drives.
Bright sun and vivid flowers, brushed by a light breeze. Stories that make you wonder how they survive it all. Rich Southern cooking punctuated by some very sophisticated cuisine. Big cities, little cities, villages and towns. Contrast life at the centre of the action with the back of the beyond. Everything about the Deep South is Southern; a culture that is both American and unique in the world.
Route 66, The Mother Road from Chicago to Los Angeles, who can resist this iconic 2448 mile journey through 8 states and 3 time zones.
This is a contrasting journey of discovery from the mighty, majestic mountains of lush Colorado to the red sandstone canyons and incredible National Parks of stunning Utah.
The “State of Independence Where America Starts” is a perfect description for Pennsylvania. Well known for its Amish settlements and American Independence...
It’s no wonder US rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd raved about “Sweet Home Alabama” in their 1970's hit.
You won't be able to resist this journey up the incredible California Coast into the rugged Oregon wilderness, and it's jewel in the crown, the breathtakingly beautiful Crater Lake. You'll be bowled over by the scenery around Mount Hood and Mount Rainier National Park and you'll be sure to adore bohemian Portland and savvy Seattle.
The American Civil War, which ran from 1861 to 1865 and sees its 150th anniversary in 2011, resulted in the death of around 620,000 soldiers (making it America’s deadliest war), the defeat of the Confederacy and the abolition of slavery. In the Capital Region, there were more major Civil War battles fought than anywhere else in the United States and travellers keen to follow itshistory can visit more than 600 sites in Maryland and Virginia, which help to bring those dramatic days back to life.