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Founded by the Puritans in 1630, this capital city is rich in American history. On a 90-minute walking tour that costumed docents of the Freedom Trail lead, learn about the events leading up to the Revolutionary War. Or visit the U.S.S. Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship in the United States. Weather’s crummy? Head indoors to the New England Aquarium or the Museum of Science. Any of these activities are so fun, your grandchildren won’t even realize they’re learning along the way!
The Mile-High City’s role as “The Gateway to the Rockies” makes it a great home base for all you powder hounds. Just make sure to give Denver the time it deserves. Spend a day learning about Mile-High history at Larimer Square, perusing the seven stories of masterpieces found at the Denver Art Museum or sampling one of Denver’s home-brewed beers. Winter in this city also brims with celebration:If you’re visiting over the holidays, don’t miss the famous Parade of Lights, while January ushers in the annual National Western Stock Show.
For years, Lake Tahoe has been one of the most famous winter holiday vacation spots in the United States. Situated on the border of California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe offers plenty of activities for all kinds of people – right from the families to the honeymooners. With an average of 360 inches of snowfall every year, Lake Tahoe is a winter wonderland of fun and excitement. With so many exotic resorts surrounding the lake, finding accommodation is not a problem.
While L.A. may not immediately come to mind as a winter getaway spot, the City of Angel’s dry desert climate means bright sunny days and average highs in the low 70s. While it may be too chilly to dive into the Pacific, the weather is perfect for strolling through some of Los Angeles’ more popular neighborhoods — like Hollywood and Venice Beach — or trying out some popular hiking trails like those in Griffith Park. Plus, visiting during the winter means you can avoid the throngs of sun-seekers that clog the city and its hotels, although you may want to book in advance just for good measure.