The top scoop on top traveler destinations

Author: Gretchen Barry, senior content strategist
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You've landed in a new city, you're sitting in a new rental or in your motorhome, and you have no idea where to start. No worries! We've provided links to some of our most traveled destinations to help you better understand the good, the bad, and the blissfully insane of the place you'll call home for the next 13 weeks.

 

This is your opportunity to play Dora the Explorer. Now, get out there and get acquainted with your new turf!

 

 

 

 

Atlanta

Hurry! Check out the hottest restaurants in Atlanta right now! No, not yesterday – NOW! Read more...


Charlotte

Charlotte, you look beautiful for your age. This Queen City is about to celebrate its 250th anniversary, and who doesn’t want to be part of that? Read more...


Chicago

Oprah. The Obamas. Okay, now that we’ve got that out of the way, everyday Chicagoans love their Windy City. Find out why and how to do it like a local by checking out the “Chicago Like a Local” blog. Read more...


Detroit

"The D,” as it’s affectionately known by locals, is so much more than cars, but if you happen to be in The D during the North American International Auto Show, you really should experience this spectacle once in your life. Read more...


Houston

Texas. Big. Hair. Oil. Longhorns. Is there more than that about Houston? Of course, and that includes why it’s known as “Space City.” Read more...


Los Angeles

Even native Angeleños have a love-hate relationship with their city, but all they have to do is take the 405 to the 10 and head towards Santa Monica and everything is cool. And that’s precisely why every trendy, hip, historic, or gastronomic L.A. treasure is worthy of a look. Read more...


Memphis

Graceland, Beale Street, and the National Civil Rights Museum are just a few of the bucket list-worthy attractions that await visitors to this iconic city. Who can resist visiting such an epic influence on blues, soul, and rock ‘n roll? Read more...


Milwaukee

The guy who just completed a solo trek of Antarctica clearly did his training in Milwaukee sometime in late January (Google “Cold Sunday”). But to know the Brew City is to love it, including its official dance, the polka. Read about why this northern tier town is such a hit with those who dare to venture there. Read more...


New Orleans

Okay, we get it, New Orleans is filled with history and attractions, but come on, if you don’t go there for the food, you are dead inside. Read more...


New Haven

You don’t have to be a khaki and tweed jacket-wearing guy named Biff to enjoy all that this Ivy League city has to offer. Read more...


New York City

What’s left to say about this city that hasn’t already been written about, debated, shouted out loud standing on a milk create, put to music, or promoted on a giant neon sign? Apparently, too much to fit into one link – so here are two great articles about getting around the Big Apple.

New York in the Winter

Original New York City


Phoenix

If you aren’t into golf or really, really, really hot wind, you may think Phoenix isn’t for you. Fear not! Phoenix promises to surprise its visitors, so find out what Phoenix has to offer beyond golf and hot, dry (did we mention hot?) weather. Read more...


St. Louis

Would you believe St. Louis hangouts rival those of L.A. or New York? Neither did we, until we read this article by a writer who now calls the Gateway Arch City her home. Read more...


San Francisco

When you think of the City by the Bay, what images come to mind (okay, keep it clean)? We didn’t have to look hard to find weird and wonderful things to do in a city rich with culture and history. Read more...


Seattle

A gum wall, a troll, and a mystery soda machine. OMG, Seattle! Read more...


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