Travel News — USA

Snowshoe

High up in the mountains of West Virginia you’ll find a true resort ski area featuring great powder, steep runs, luxury accommodations, a village full of shops and restaurants and southern hospitality. Snowshoe Mountain receives, on average, over 180 inches of snow per year. That, combined with its own state of the art snowmaking, allows Snowshoe to offer an unprecedented guarantee: Snowshoe will have the most terrain open in the region, with the best conditions, or your next day skiing is free.

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The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting is a festive family event

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting is a fantastic and festive event that takes place each year in City. Children and adults are sure to have a wonderful time watching one of the world’s largest Christmas trees spark to life with thousands of twinkling lights and colored ornaments. As New York City is one of the best places in the world to celebrate the upcoming holidays, families may wish to consider planning a vacation to this bustling metropolis.

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Big Pig Jig is the Southeast’s biggest BBQ festival

Big Pig Jig is widely recognized as one of the largest and most elaborate barbecue cooking contest in the . As it got its start back in 1982, it is also the oldest pork-themed culinary competition in the state of Georgia. Each year, thousands of individuals, including famous chefs, tourists and cooking experts, flock to the city of Vienna to attend this fantastic food festival. Over the nearly three decades that this event has been taking place, Big Pig Jig has continued to gain popularity and world-renown.

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Abbey Road on the River is a reunion of Beatles lovers

This fall, the Beatles music festival will give travelers a reason to plan a fun and exciting trip. From September 1 to 5, hippies, music lovers and John Lennon worshippers will all converge in Washington, D.C. for the world’s largest and most popular Beatles festival.

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Prince Lot Hula Festival is a grass skirt-shaking good time

This summer, Hawaii’s will bring a fascinating dose of culture and fun to any U.S. vacation. On July 16, hula dancers from across the islands will come together for a day of traditional dancing at Oahu’s Moanalua Gardens for Hawaii’s oldest and largest noncompetitive hula show. Visitors who decide to attend this annual festival will have the chance to participate in Hawaiian arts, crafts and games. However, there will also be plenty of time to sit back and relax as the islands’ best dancers show off a tradition that has shaped their culture.

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