New York City, the largest city in the USA, has been given many names - The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps, Empire City, and Gotham City – and this metropolis magically attracts millions of visitors each year.
Miami may not be the biggest city in Florida or the state’s capital, but it’s probably the best-known city and for many a very popular vacation destination in Florida. Often described as the metropolis of the U. S.
San Diego, the second largest city in California, has a lot to offer: a pleasant climate, beaches at the pacific that go on for miles, cultural diversity, historic places and a very high quality of life characterize “America’s Finest City”.
Colorado Springs is home to over 400,000 inhabitants in the state of Colorado, El Paso County. The population is comparable to German cities like Duisburg, Bochum or maybe Wuppertal. But it’s much nicer.
In the southeast of the U. S. in the state of Louisiana north of Lake Pontchartrain and enclosed by the Mississippi in the south, New Orleans is like a sickle, which explains the nickname "The Crescent City".
The foundation stone for "The River City" was laid in the year 1819 by the three founding fathers Andrew Jackson (general and former U. S. president), James Winchester (general) and John Overton (judge).
Close your eyes, switch on your imagination! You are now lying at the beach and you are enjoying tropical weather with temperatures of around 30 °C degrees. You feel a need to jump into the cool water.