Our Three Picks for Vacations in the United States
When the sun comes out, you’re ready to be, too. However, you don’t know which states you can and can’t visit yet.
Here is a shortlist of a few local places to see this summer. Although some things seem uncertain, having a good time doesn’t have to be one.
There’s a reason why Orlando is the reigning vacation destination internationally. However, the state of Florida is huge, and each region feels distinct.
The Panhandle has a more humid climate as it’s closer to Louisiana and Georgia. South Florida has many affluent retirees and fewer vacation amenities to enjoy versus central communities.
Whether you head the keys or stay in Central Florida, you have many entertainment choices. Plus, you have better odds of enjoying clean hotel rooms thanks to high visitor turnovers.
Las Vegas, NV
While a little quieter than usual, Las Vegas hasn’t turned away visitors. Although there are restrictions in place, you can anticipate changes to them soon.
There are still many casinos, restaurants, and live entertainment available. Add in legal recreational cannabis, and it may be the best place to unwind.
If Florida is too far south, check out the beaches of the north. Gloucester has long been a favorite travel destination for many.
You get both sunsets at the beach with cooler temperatures. Plus, you don’t see as much hustle and bustle as Downtown Orlando or even Boston.
Check out this Las Vegas Travel video…