Getting on your bike. The route from Fisherman’s Wharf to Sausalito wheels over the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay for some incredible views.
The Pacific Coast Highway. Brunch in Moonshadows, Malibu perched on a cliff overlooking Malibu Beach.
Griffith Park and Observatory. Take a scenic hike up the mountains and be rewarded with views over the Hollywood basin and zoo.
The French Laundry. Michelin-starred dining with an extra helping of beautiful Napa scenery.
The American Southwest
Catching a show in Las Vegas. Magic, music or comedy – anyone who’s anyone does their thing in Vegas.
Grand Canyon. One of the seven natural wonders of the world and simply mind-blowing, test your vertigo on the Skywalk, a transparent walkway overhanging the side of a canyon 4,770 feet from the ground below.
Angels Landing. A two and a half mile trail through rugged Zion National Park leads to the top of this rock formation measuring 454m, with stunning views over Zion Canyon.
Baseball. Whether your allegiance lies with the Yankees in the Bronx or the Mets in Flushing, catching a game when you’re in town is the first step to becoming a fully-fledged New Yorker.
Brooklyn Bridge. Spanning the East River and one of the city’s icons, for the best views start on the Manhattan side and top it off with a twirl on Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn once you reach the other side.
The High Line. Walk along an old railway track from the meat-packing district to Times Square and pass beautiful gardens, ice-cream vendors, musicians and artists.
Little Havana. A microcosm of Cuba in downtown Miami, discover authentic food, Latin American art, culture and most importantly, mojitos.
Metro-Dade Cultural Centre. A definite for any architectural fans, the Cultural Centre plays host to Miami’s best performances, from ballet to cabaret.
Coconut Grove. Between Biscayne Bay and Highway One, this neighbourhood is a flashback to vintage Miami in its prime.
Dramatic landscapes. From the terracotta-coloured natural rock arches in Utah to the steam-spitting geysers of Yellowstone, nowhere does nature quite like North America.
Prairies. The sweeping grasses of the northern states are home to prairie dogs, deer, elk and bison and landscapes that gave rise to the area’s nickname “Big Sky Country”.
The Wild West. Cowboy towns, arid countryside and roaming buffalo make this corner of the States a world of their own and a trip back in time to the Wild West.
History. Discover more about the first pilgrim landings in 1620 (reportedly at Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts), the Red Coats and the American revolution, along with the Salem Witch Trials, and the Gilded Age mansions which can be seen all over New England.
Seasonal pursuits. New England is known for its beautiful autumn ‘falls,’ pumpkin picking, hay rides, and Halloween spectacles in Connecticut, but we also love it in the winter when you can go snow-shoeing, ice-skating, and snuggle up around the fire. Spring is the time to see the sugaring maples, and then in the summer you can hit Rhode Island and The Hamptons for beach parties and some of the best sailing in the world.