U.S. Cities

New York
The Big Apple … Did you know that in 2007 there were 46 Million visitors to New York City?? Or that Central Park takes up 843 acres of prime real estate in the city that never sleeps? This is the home of Broadway, the Empire State Building, Radio City Music Hall, the Statue of Liberty and so much, much more! This is New York. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway with the girls or a romantic few days with your sweetie, we’ll find the perfect package for you. To get a sneak peak of what there is to offer, click here.

When I think of great restaurants, I think of Chicago. Many people love visiting Chicago even more than New York. You’ll never know if you don’t go! For a great resource guide for a visit to the Windy City

Whether you are there for the food, the fun or even a meeting, Chicago can be your kind of town.

Los Angeles
Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Laguna Beach, Anaheim … So many cities of note make up the greater Los Angeles area. Perpetual sunshine and plenty to do make LA a great place to visit any time of year.

Las Vegas
An American icon if ever there was one, Las Vegas sits like an oasis in the middle of the desert. Food, shows, parties, luxury shopping, hotels made to resemble the far corners of the world: all this is Las Vegas. Easy to get to and hard to leave, Las Vegas will captivate you! Stay in a pyramid or along the Grand Canal or even on the streets of New York or Paris. Nowhere on earth will you find more or better entertainment choices. And nearly every super Chef known to mankind has opened a restaurant here. Anything is possible in Vegas! Find out more

San Francisco
Beware! You may leave your heart there! This northern California city has a way of capturing it. You’ll want to see the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown and the Presidio, for sure. You may also want to venture outside the city for a trip to some of the wineries of Napa or Sonoma Counties. One word of caution – this is NORTHERN California and the temperatures are quite a bit lower than Southern California, especially in the summer. Be sure to dress accordingly. Jackets and slacks will be more comfortable than shorts and no sleeves.

Washington, DC
If you have never visited our nations capitol, you are in for a treat. Even if you have been before there is always something new to see in this visitor-friendly city. DC is a great place for families since there are so many free attractions. One tip: leave the car at your hotel and use the abundant public transportation that is available. View the visitor’s guide to Washington

New Orleans
There is definitely more to New Orleans than Mardi Gras. There are soooo many festivals and events throughout the year. Our favorite is the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fest which will be celebrating its 40th year in 2009. Typically held the last week of April and the first week of May, this is the ultimate food, music and cultural festival. It has grown to the point of filling the Fairgrounds just outside of town. Ample and frequent public transportation is available. And did I mention the food??? For more information, check out No Jazz Fest