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Like its mythological name, Phoenix will raise your energy and spirits back to new heights.
Love to golf? Phoenix has over 200 golf courses to choose from. Love relaxation? Phoenix has some of the world’s best spas. (Hot stone massages were invented here, after all.) Love adventure? Go on a hike up Camelback Mountain for incredible sunset viewing. Plus, the Grand Canyon is just a three-hour drive away. Love shopping? Visit nearby Scottsdale’s Fashion Village for great deals.
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There’s one city that has it all. But don’t call it The Big Apple. It’s The City.
New York is one of the few places where you can enjoy authentic cuisine from just about every country on the planet, watch Hollywood actors perform theatre, get your fix of really big buildings (One World Trade Centre, Empire State Building…), take in a professional baseball, hockey, basketball, or football game, AND listen to a generation’s next great musician perform at a subway stop. Get ready to grab yourself a $1 slice of pizza, blend in with the crowds, and explore NYC’s many diverse neighborhoods.Search Deals
Think Nashville is just country music? You’re in for a surprise.
Rolling hills, riverside look-outs, and 108 parks make Nashville an urban explorer’s dream. You can go on foot or hit up a B-Cycle bike rental conveniently transportation located throughout the greenways. When you’re ready for a snack, don’t miss out trying hot chicken—cayenne-rubbed fried chicken that’s usually served with waffles. Yum. And when the sun sets, make your way down to Lower Broadway: neon lights paired with honky-tonks playing the best music in town.Search Deals
Palm Springs is like a quieter, more sophisticated Los Angeles. Except a lot warmer and sunnier.
Many Albertans visit Palm Springs to relax and lie by the pool (Palm Springs receives 350 sunny days per year). Which is the perfect way to unwind after a long winter. But there’s so much more to experience. Palm Springs has incredible golfing, nearby mountains to hike, beautiful mid-century modernist architecture, and plenty of funky antique clothing and furniture shops to browse.
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As one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, London make everyone feel welcome.
London might just be the biggest and easiest city to explore. Pick yourself up an Oyster card and navigate the way locals do. Emerge from the Underground and enjoy the civic pastime of strolling through parks, followed by a pint in a mellow waterside pub. And if you appreciate the arts, history, or science, keep in mind that London is home to the world’s greatest museums and galleries—all of them free to enter, too.Search Deals
Meet the working-class city that’s grown into Scotland’s culture and design capital.
Sure, Edinburgh is more stately, but Glasgow (Scotland’s biggest city), is quickly becoming the most intriguing. Here you’ll find one of Britain’s hottest music scenes, stylish bars, and delicious restaurants. Design fans will fall in love with Charles Rennie Mackintosh's gorgeous buildings scattered across the city. And best of all? Glaswegians are famous for their friendliness and good humour. Be sure to say hello, make a friend, and ask for recommendations while you’re away from the office.Search Deals