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Mid West USA

Kansas City, Mid West USA

Each of the following regions may be selected for full information and details of holidays that visit that region.

Illinois

Illinois

"The land of lincoln"

Illinois is the 24th largest state in the US. The same size as England and Wales and bordered on three sides by water. A visit here offers an opportunity to explore the American heartland, its small towns, shopping outlets, national parks, wineries and legendary Route 66. Spring 2005 brings the states newest major attraction The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum.

Indiana

Indiana

"The hoosier state"

You're bound to discover something new each time you visit Indiana!



Iowa

Iowa

"The hawkeye state"

Holidays to Iowa



Kansas

Kansas

"The sunflower state"

Holidays to Kansas



Michigan

Michigan

"The great lake state"

Welcome to Michigan - a land of sparkling blue waters, untamed wilderness and warm hospitality.

More than 3,200 miles of Great Lakes shoreline define Michigans boundaries and influence the seasons that support a variety of activities. Michigan is revered for its vibrant fall colour and bountiful harvest. The multi-hued reds of sugar maples, the sun-inspired yellow of birch and poplar and the deep royal purples of oak splash against the indigo blue of the Great Lakes. Hundreds of roadside farmers markets and u-pick orchards and more than 30 wineries dot the landscape providing easy access to the seasons freshest produce and fruit from the vine.

Minnesota

Minnesota

"The north star state"

Two times the city, twice the experience! Minneapolis and Saint Paul are two distinctive cities, neighbours located along the banks of the Mississippi River that together offer travellers an incredible variety of culture, entertainment, sightseeing, first-class lodging and unlimited dining options. Hotels in adjacent cities Bloomington and Eagan offer free shuttles from the airport.

Missouri

Missouri

"The show me state"

Missouri is at the heart of Real America, partly because of its location and the major gateway of St Louis, but mainly because it offers so much history, culture and warmth.


Nebraska

Nebraska

"The cornhusker state"

No matter how you slice it, golf is great in Nebraska. Do you think of Nebraska when you think of golf? You should! The number and quality of courses, the affordability, and the national rankings will have you thinking of golf and Nebraska.

North Dakota

North Dakota

"The peace garden state"

From the bustling cities and fertile farmlands of the east to the rolling hills of central North Dakota and on to the rugged badlands of the west, North Dakota is a land of rich culture and heritage with fun things to see and do. Legendary for more than its landmarks, North Dakota felt the footsteps of historic figures such as Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, Teddy Roosevelt, Custer and Sitting Bull. Like these historic figures, you can immerse yourself in the state's wide-open spaces. Learn about the state's history with a trip to the North Dakota Heritage Center on the Capital Grounds or Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site, where Sakakawea lived. Enjoy shopping and nightlife in North Dakota's friendly cities.

Ohio

Ohio

"The buckeye state"

Discover a lighthouse dotted coastline or plunge to the depths of Lake Erie in search of shipwrecks.


South Dakota

South Dakota

"The mount rushmore state"

Desolate but beautiful Badlands National Park and the majestic Black Hills, where pine forests grow among mountain peaks more than 7,000 feet (2,133 m) tall, fill the southwestern corner of the state. This is where you will find the famous giant presidential faces on Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Custer State Park, Wind Cave National Park and Jewel Cave National Monument.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

"The badger state"

Wisconsin offers something for any traveller, from romantic getaways to family activities to outdoor adventures.

Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee offers a wealth of cultural and entertainment opportunities including music and ethnic festivals, performing arts, professional sports, and great shopping and dining. Travelling west the capital city of Madison is home to a lively atmosphere starting with State Street and continuing through diverse cultural events and attractions. Fun is the name of the game in nearby Wisconsin Dells where waterparks, family attractions and the area's scenic beauty are sure to please the entire family.

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