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Boot-scoot your way around Nashville

Filed in Deep South by on November 11, 2014 0 Comments
Boot-scoot your way around Nashville

Nashville! Music City. Hillbilly Hollywood. When a kid has a country music dream, they will inevitably make their way to this Mecca of country music. Thankfully for us, our dream was only to hear great country music, and that was a dream which came true several times over during our stay. Getting in in late […]

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The glory of the open road!

Filed in Alaska, Canada, The USA by on November 11, 2014 0 Comments
The glory of the open road!

Well, this might sound obvious, but America is a big place. It always amuses my friends from the USA when we Brits moan about having to drive an hour somewhere and then make it sound like we’re about to embark on a Trans Siberian odyssey, when actually all we’re doing is popping out to see […]

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Our 5 favourite states for a spot of hiking

Filed in Eastern USA, Northwest USA, Southwest, Walking, Western USA by on November 7, 2014 0 Comments
Our 5 favourite states for a spot of hiking

For years and years people have wandered this earth by putting one foot in front of the other, and it is no different now. Some people hike for sport and to up their fitness levels, some hike to challenge themselves and push their bodies to the extreme, but most of us hike to be at […]

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Spot incredible wildlife in North America

Filed in Alaska, Canada, The USA, Wildlife by on October 31, 2014 0 Comments
Spot incredible wildlife in North America

There is no greater experience than getting out into the national parks of North America and seeing some of the world’s most incredible wildlife. The array of different species from one state to the next is phenomenal, but it is the ‘big 3’ that every intrepid traveller is just dying to spot, and capture on […]

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A Fun Day in Fundy

Filed in Eastern USA, North America by on October 27, 2014 0 Comments
A Fun Day in Fundy

The Bay of Fundy is home to the world’s largest tidal fluctuation with an average fluctuation of 14.5 meters. While the local Native American people once attributed this to a giant whale swishing his tail, we now know this is due to the depth of the bay and its funnel shape. Experiencing this tidal fluctuation […]

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An evening with the American travel experts

Filed in Alaska, Southwest, The USA by on October 16, 2014 0 Comments
An evening with the American travel experts

On Wednesday 5th November we’re giving you the opportunity to hear from some of America’s leading travel experts, for an evening of travel inspiration. Hear from our very own Grand American Adventure tour leader, Tommy McNamara and find out what it is like leading tours around this incredible continent. Leading experts from Utah and Alaska […]

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Uncover the Real America’s with Mighty Utah and Wild Alaska!

Filed in Alaska, Southwest, Wildlife by on October 16, 2014 0 Comments
Uncover the Real America’s with Mighty Utah and Wild Alaska!

Date: Wednesday 5th November 2014 Time: 18.45 -21.00 (Talks will begin at 19.00) Where: Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London Price: FREE Get your FREE tickets here Join us for an evening of American inspiration on 5th November at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel in central London. The evening will be hosted by Grand American Adventures […]

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Family Friendly America

Filed in Family travel, General musings by on October 1, 2014 0 Comments
Family Friendly America

When my Godson, Toby, came back from his holiday in California this summer, everything was “awesome”. The flight over? Definitely awesome. Driving through the desert? Really awesome. The food? Cheeseburgers were really, really awesome and so were S’mores – ie biscuits with marshmallow and chocolate that are so yummy, you always want “some more”. And […]

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Searching for autumn in North America

Filed in Eastern USA, Western USA by on September 29, 2014 0 Comments
Searching for autumn in North America

As the crisp chill of autumn mornings are fast approaching, summer is beginning to feel like a distant memory, but that is nothing to be disappointed about. Despite the shorter days we are greeted with a rather enjoyable crunch underfoot and a display of nature in all its golden glory as the leaves change from […]

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The crown jewel of America’s national parks

Filed in Northwest USA by on September 29, 2014 0 Comments
The crown jewel of America’s national parks

By all accounts, Yellowstone National Park is an amazing place. It is one of the three “crown jewels” of our national park system, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has half of all the world’s thermal features, over 10,000 in all, within its borders. Add to that North America’s highest concentration of large mammals, […]

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