According to data released by Motel6, the U.S motel chain, British travellers leave 500,000 items behind in motel rooms when travelling in the U.S in just one year.
As more bike sharing programs are introduced in major cities across the country, some travellers may consider using alternative modes of transportation for sightseeing.
Chris Froome, winner of this year's Tour de France, is heading for Colorado this month to take part in this year's USA Pro Cycling Challenge, as part of Team Sky.
Enjoy the ride of your life this winter and cruise along Mexico’s fabled Baja Peninsula on a throaty Harley Davidson, courtesy of Bon Voyage.
Whilst it originated in Hawaii, one of the best locations to paddle board is on the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, as it offers UK travellers really varied paddle board experiences.
NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2013 is on now and running until 16th August 2013, offering diners fantastic deals on meals at almost 300 participating restaurants.
The diner is one of New England's most famous food institutions. Providence in the state of Rhode Island (The USA’s smallest state) is considered the birthplace of the diner...tracing back to 1872.
Colorado's Garden of the Gods public park is officially the 3rd best park in the world and the second park in the USA according to international travel resource TripAdvisor which has released its Travellers Choice Attractions list.
Health-conscious holidaymakers can stay fit and fabulous on the road with a range of wellness perks available at Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants across the USA.
This summer’s hotly tipped blockbuster, Disney’s The Lone Ranger, is set to hit the silver screen on the 9th August, but for those itching to experience their very own wild west adventure, help is at hand.
Looking to escape to the golf mecca of Scottsdale, Arizona, but don’t want to spend big bucks? Stay and play during summer 2013 and pay up to 60 percent less on hotel rooms and tee times.
Forget Cannes, the Caribbean and Los Angeles for brushing shoulders with celebs and luxury holidays. Instead, head to the island of Captiva, lying off Florida’s Gulf Coast, which has been a hideaway for A-list celebrities for the last 100 years.
Washington DC has been chosen as the most popular location for British travellers looking to celebrate the 4th July holiday the American way according to booking data from US Motel chain, Motel 6.
This year Alaska celebrates 100 years of powered flight. Anchorage Museum’s exhibition “Arctic Flight; A Century of Alaska Aviation” takes a journey through the state’s remarkable aviation history and is a great starting point for any journey through Alaska; a state where flying is a way of life and a means of survival for many remote Alaskan communities.
Tennis lovers excited for Wimbledon can follow in the footsteps of Andy Murray, Andre Aggassi and Maria Sharapova and take a swing at one of the world's most respected tennis programmes at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy (NBTA) in Bradenton.
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