Just an hour from Boston via Amtrak, Newport is home to summer ‘cottages’ perched atop surf-soaked cliffs, once owned by famous families like the Astors, Rockerfellers and Vanderbilts.
Winding along the Ohio River, Cincinnati is a collection of charming neighborhoods from Over-the-Rhine (OTR) to the Riverfront and from Downtown to Mount Adams, which collectively have a rich architectural, cultural and culinary heritage.
Fort Worth blends cowboy charm and rich Western history with a dedication to urban renewal. Home to the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive, the world’s largest honky-tonk and year-round rodeo.
Keen hikers can enjoy the five-kilometer Bluff Top Trail that winds from Gualala Point all the way to the beach. From November to March, migrating whales can be seen from the shore.
Charleston’s greatest attraction is Mother Nature’s annual show—breathtaking garden blooms. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is the oldest public gardens in America.