Flights from the United States

There is little left unsaid about the United States of America (USA). Its inspiring metropolises are immortalized in photographs and its movies are beloved around the world. However, did you know that it’s also home to the world’s biggest ball of twine? The bizarre structure can be found in Cawker City, Kansas. How about the Styrofoam copy of the Stonehenge in Virginia that looks like the real thing? The US always has something new to humour visitors and keep them interested. If you think you’ve seen it all in the US, check to make sure you haven’t missed the following:  

New York

Apart from the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Central Park, there is a place in Brooklyn, New York called the Dead Horse Bay. This used to be a site where carcasses were made into glue and other products, but today, it is a wasteland where many old, miscellaneous items wash up onto shore. As such, artists and craftsmen often frequent to area to collect decorative materials, so you have a good chance of picking up something fascinating. For some art that’s more upscale, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which includes the Islamic Arts Gallery, displaying many artefacts of Islamic significance.


In Michigan, commonly visited attractions include the Henry Ford museum, Mackinac Bridge and Michigan State Capitol. Fans of prehistoric life can locate life sized dinosaur models at the Dinosaur Gardens in Ossineke. The world’s widest cherry pie pan, which once held the world’s largest cherry pie, can also be found at Traverse City. Then, you can visit the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn, an establishment that was founded in 1963 to create a sense of belonging for the Muslim community in America.


Home of SeaWorld San Antonio and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Texas is the place to be for thrilling roller coaster rides. If one prefers something more relaxing, the San Antonio River Walk and Zilker Park make for ideal locations for strolls and other recreational activities. Then, for an unusual sight, visit Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, where 10 classic Cadillac Cars have been planted head first into the sand, a creation courtesy of art group Ant Farm.
Heading out of the US, you can find other interesting sights in the following countries:


USA shares its southern border with Mexico, a country of exciting festivals and cultural attractions. Learn more about Mexican heritage at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City, see the colourful streets of Guanajuato, and soak in the stunning sunsets of San Miguel de Allende.


On the northern borders of USA is Canada, where you can see nature at its most scenic, thanks to the Niagara Falls, the Canadian Rockies and Lake Ontario. Then, get a bird’s eye view of Toronto from the decks of the CN Tower, one of Canada’s highest points. Movie fanatics can also watch a series of internationally recognized films in various screening locations during the Toronto International Film Festival.


Jamaica offers a range of refreshing natural sights such as the Dunn’s River Falls, Blue Mountains and James Bond Beach. Animal lovers can also get cosy with the dolphins, stingrays and sharks at the Dolphin Cove Jamaica.  Reggae fans, take note, as you can revisit the life of Bob Marley at the Bob Marley Museum, once the home of the Reggae icon.

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