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Black Hills, South Dakota
See Mount Rushmore! Better yet, take a vacation that has four pluses: history, natural wonders, wide-open spaces, and fewer crowds. The Black Hills feature the Devils Tower, Wind Cave, Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills National Forest, museums, sports, outdoor recreation, scenic beauty, and even casinos. Get all of that without the chaos of other vacation destinations. It's an easy vacation to plan!
Washington's Olympic Coast
Get away from it all. Recharge, reset, breathe. Take a stroll along the misty, quiet beaches of the Olympic Coast. The magical rock formations in the waves will make you feel like you're floating through another world. It's exactly the break you need. When you've finished exploring for the day, ease back in an Adirondack chair at the inn and take in the view of the mountains across the water. Heaven.
There is so much to do in Lake Tahoe--in winter, summer, or whenever! Take the fam, your friends, or just your S.O. You'll have so much fun. There are water activities in summer and plenty of snow sports in winter. Reno and the casinos will take care of nighttime fun. Cabin and condo rentals are surprisingly CHEAP, so it's perfect for a group vacay. Oh, and Lake Tahoe is GORGEOUS too.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Steamboat isn't just for winter! Yes, you'd absolutely love the music fest in winter, but if you don't want to wait, go during the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup, the Hot Air Balloon Rodeo, Oktoberfest, or the Winter Carnival. Take in the mountains, the food, the drink, and most of all, the fun!
You are a true adventurer, and what place is more wondrous than ICELAND? Iceland challenges you not only to explore strange and exotic landscapes but also to explore your own mind. Seriously, you can go to Elf School there, and it's not even a joke. You really do learn about elves, and you can go during your vacation. For a surreal, memorable, and life-changing vacation, Iceland is a good choice.
You are a lover of both information and conversation, so what better place to exercise your mind than Boston? Spend the day strolling the campuses, museums, and historical sites, and your nights at the pub, debating the nuances of what you've learned with the locals and college students. The cuisine is top-notch too. Can't go wrong with Boston!