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Scenic Splendours


factor wow prepare for the


Prepare to be wowed by


the variety of spectacular


landscapes that make up the USA. For if it´s scenic splendour that you are after,


you´ve come to the right place


Mississippi Delta is sultry. The Great Plains seemingly stretch forever. The Great Lakes are more like giant inland seas. The ancient redwoods of California are the tallest trees in the world. When it comes to unforgettable scenery, this is justifiably a land of superlatives. Throw in the likes of Alaska glaciers, Nevada des-


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ert, Arizona canyons, Washington State rainforest and the Rocky and Appalachian mountains and you could say that this really is a country that has it all.


rom the rocky shores of Maine in the east to the volcanoes of Hawaii in the far west, there is plenty that will have your jaw dropping and your camera clicking. The


Even if your visit is confined to a major city, you will still be dazzled by the vistas. Manhattan’s soar- ing skyscrapers make a breathtaking backdrop to the Statue of Liberty. Lake Michigan reflects Chicago’s beautiful skyline. New Orleans’ famous French Quarter sits alongside the Mississippi, while further upstream Memphis pays homage to its Egyptian namesake with a giant pyramid. Get your bearings – and the best city view – from the top of many of the country’s most iconic struc- tures including the Empire State Building and the Rockefeller Centre in New York, the Space Needle in Seattle, the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas, and the Gateway Arch in St Louis.


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