Begin your trip in the Big Apple. Although most of New York’s iconic attractions are very familiar to visitors from seeing them in movies or on television, nothing compares to experiencing them first hand. Take the Staten Island Ferry and sail past the Statue of Liberty. Visit Ellis Island and discover the history of the immigrants who flocked to the new world. Stroll through the West Village or relax in leafy Central Park. Visits to The Met and the Guggenheim museums are also highly recommended for culture vultures. New York has so much to offer, there is always something to see or do!
Your holiday continues in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Strip is famous for its opulent casinos. Enjoy the world class entertainment of a Las Vegas show, whether it’s a concert, cabaret or comedy there is entertainment to suit all tastes. The city is the starting point for lots of great day trips, visit the Grand Canyon, Lake Mead National Recreation Area or The Hoover Dam, all well worth a visit and within easy day trip distance from Las Vegas.
Your final stop is the waterfront city of San Francisco. Take a cable car from Fisherman’s Wharf, known for its shops, restaurants and waterfront setting to Union Square the 2.6-acre public plaza in downtown San Francisco. Visit Alcatraz Island, now a National Park and find out how it has evolved over the years with an excellent self-guided audio tour. The ferry ride over is also a great opportunity to see the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
San Francisco - Alcatraz is America's most infamous penitentiary as well as one of the most visited attractions in California, day passes must be booked with the tourist board.
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Las Vegas - If you are into amusement parks there is a great one in Circus Circus. The top of the Stratosphere has an amazing view of Vegas. Also check out the water show in front of Bellagio, water/light show inside Sams Town and the volcano at Mirage. Just a tip - the water shows and volcano are best viewed at night.
New York- You need to book at least a week ahead of time for most of New Yorks hotspots and a full month ahead for perpetually booked favorites such as Daniel, Babbo and Le Bernardin Restaurant.