2014 2015 Vacations V4990 : Page 63

VISIT your local AAA branch or AAA.com/aaavacations North America We wander for distractions, but we travel for fulfillment. -Hilaire Belloc Connect with North America Immerse yourself in some of the world’s greatest natural sights and impressive city landscapes, and revel in the wonders of nature as you connect with North America. The diversity of North America is a vast playground for travelers... from mountains to seashores, prairies to national parks, quaint villages to urban delights, North America is stunning. America’s National Parks are amazingly diverse. Our canyonlands are filled with fascinating rock shapes and a vast array of colors. The Grand Canyon is a breathtaking experience no one should miss. Stunning scenery and landscapes abound in the Northwest, from British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies to the rugged coastline. Connect with the wonders of North America’s National Parks in adventures that take you by boat, plane, jeep, horseback or off-road vehicles to see these amazing places. America’s most famous and breathtaking place, Yellowstone National Park is a larger-than-life landscape that surrounds you with lakes, mountains, geysers, rivers... then travel on to visit iconic Mount Rushmore, and more... Connect with North America – it is our home and our legacy. New York City is like no other place in the world, a mighty city of America’s past, present and future. Other East Coast cities display our heritage and our pride... Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C.... the places that forged the mighty nation we’ve become. Or perhaps you prefer to experience the glamour and glitz of Las Vegas. City excitement, mesmerizing entertainment and glittering lights will inspire you. Enjoy unparalleled shows and the non-stop nightlife that Las Vegas so eagerly offers. The East Coast is always a colorful favorite destination. New England reflects autumn splendor with its bustling cities, quaint villages, colorful foliage, misty sunrises, quiet walks along deserted beaches. 63

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