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Anaheim-Santa Ana, California
Anaheim and Santa Ana are the major tourist destinations in California’s Orange County. Both cities are a short distance from the coast, making them especially popular for summer vacations. Disneyland calls Anaheim home, the Walt Disney Company is the city’s largest employer.
Though Bozeman is far from being the largest city in Montana, its landscape is highly rated by Montana travelers. Nestled by the Rocky Mountains and the Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman is an outdoorsman’s paradise. Get away from the bustle of the big city and enjoy the peace and quite of nature while fly-fishing or exploring wildlife on a safari tour. If taking it relatively easy is not your thing, then sign up for a thrilling whitewater rafting trip, but make sure you hold on tight — some of the raft trips are not for the faint of heart.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Once you drive past the Cape’s elbow, heading north up the forearm, congestion and commercialism subside, replaced by the long stretch of sand, dunes, and moors that make up the Cape Cod National Seashore. During his presidency, John F. Kennedy fought hard to designate the 40-mile stretch of fine, white beach that lines the Upper Cape a national seashore. Learn about the history and ecology of the region at the Salt Pond Visitor Center. Afterwards, rent bikes down the road at Little Capistrano Bike Shop and ride the 3.2-mile (round-trip) National Seashore Bike Trail through woods and marsh to Coast Guard Beach, where towering dunes back the beach.