New York, the city that never sleeps. It’s one of the most exciting places in the world and a city which oozes excitement, energy and diversity. It can be intimidating walking amongst all the high rises as you walk around the Manhattan district, but if you drift away from the tourist heavy areas (and especially Times Square) you’ll find friendly locals, plenty of unique places to shop, grab a bite and enjoy a coffee.
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Set in the mojave desert, juxtaposed between mountains and LA, it’s best described a small town with consistently hot weather, with mid century modern architecture in cool vibrant pastel colours, Palm Springs makes for a perfect tranquil escape.
Los Angeles (LA for short), is the USA’s second most-populous city and is often regarded as the location where all the Hollywood movies are made. Whilst this is the case, there is so much more to do in this city. especially if you head out towards Santa Monica or further.
When we think of Miami, our first thought is a party lifestyle, beautiful beaches, palm trees, expensive hotels, an extravagant world, perhaps – but this is primarily South Beach (SoBe), which most people regard as ‘Miami’. Few people consider real Miami, located in what the locals would regard as downtown.
Think of the Balearic islands and you automatically imagine a clubbing holiday, stag weekend with the lads or something similar. More club 18-30 than what you’d really find across the islands, which prove to be a great destination for a long weekend to take in some sun, enjoy beaches and incredible cuisine.
You live in Northern Europe. It’s October, it’s getting wet, cold and grey. What do you do? Fear not, you still have opportunities to get great sunshine, beaches and relaxation. One great option is Rhodes. Lined with miles of beaches, a mountainous centre and plenty of history including old crusader castles, churches and medieval towns with over half the year covered in sun.