An array of attractions and cultures compose this enormous nation of fifty states: Purple mountains majesties, boisterous Superbowls, infamous Hollywood celebrities, exclusive sparkling beaches, Broadway musicals, magical Disney parks, a rich, young history, glitzy Vegas gaming, first class shopping, a synthesis of foods, and the list goes on. The United States is a destination with thousands of destinations. New York in the North East and Los Angeles, California in the West are just two of the most exclusive cities for those seeking fast paced-skyscraper-filled glamorous time. The Midwest region is home to cities and states like Chicago, Illinois—where residents claim their deep-dish pizzas trump New York’s flat bread, and St. Louis—where world famous Anheuser-Busch brewery is honored by residents and tourists alike. The sunlit beaches and cultural bang of Miami, the nightlife of Atlanta, masked and animated Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans, and the country capital of the world: Nashville, make up the South. Washington D.C. teems with the political minded and admirers of history, for this city houses statues and architecture revered by every American. The vast lands stretch with surprising wonders like the Native American lands in Arizona or Utah, soaring Redwood and Yosemite parks in California, adventure filled ski resorts in Colorado, venerated Mt. Rushmore in Keystone, South Dakota, the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon in Arizona, and the largest cave in the world, Mammoth cave in Kentucky. The charms of each state and region are credited to the plethora of cultures and ideals of ethnic groups. Peoples with lineages from around the world create a medley of twangs and accents, foods, and traditions that make the USA an ideal destination for travel.