There is so much natural and man-made diversity in the United States that it can be hard to decide what to see and where to go. Here's a quick guide to pick the exact state you want to be in.
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Buckle up for the biggest ride of your life - this hugely diverse country packs a punch. With cities that boast their own distinctive character, from New Orleans to Las Vegas to New York, it's big, beating heart. Meander on its famed roads and experience spectacular coastlines, national parks and canyons, eclectic culture and food, and its warm, welcoming people.