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To celebrate the American holiday of Thanksgiving today, our destination of the week is the US state of Massachusetts where the first Thanksgiving is said to have taken place in 1621.
Christmas shopping stateside this year could save you up to 50 percent off gift prices, according to the sixth annual Post Office Travel Money Christmas Shopping Guide.
Charley Boorman and his adventure partner Russ Malkin are to embark on their latest wild adventure across the USA in Charley Boorman's USA Adventure.
Philadelphia is known as one of America's most haunted cities, and this October and November it will be putting on a range spook-tacular events. This historic US city does Halloween like none other and this year is set to be no exception.
Hotels in the US are offering discount hotel rooms this summer with drops of up to 34 per cent, statistics from discount travel site Hotwire.com reveal. With these tumbling prices, it could be time for Brits to consider America as a destination that’s competing on price.
Here’s why we’re loving Hawaii this week… Tomorrow, June 8, is World Ocean’s Day and no place on earth is perhaps more in tune with the ocean and its creatures than the islands of Hawaii.
New York Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, announced yesterday that the National Park Service will reopen the Statue of Liberty to visitors by July 4th, after repairing the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy last year.
A boutique luxury hotel in New York has announced plans to open a 'Posh Pets' programme, so that pets can be pampered alongside their owners on holiday.
Six people who visited the Yosemite National Park in California this July have contracted hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS), the National Park Service Office of Public Health has confirmed.
A museum dedicated Las Vegas' bright neon signs is set to open after more than 15 years of planning.
Whilst Americans flock to London for the 2012 Olympic Games, we Brits are heading to America – the number one destination for travellers looking to escape London in July and August.
A controversial statue of Marilyn Monroe has moved from Chicago – where it was badly received by the public – to Palm Springs, California.
2011 saw a record number of travellers to the American capital of Washington DC, new figures from the US Department of Commerce’s Office of Travel and Tourism Industries reveal.