Learn English in the U.S.A.

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Boston

Rich in history and culture, Boston is the hub of the six state New England region. It is a mix of old money Yankee conservatism and the drive and energy of the tens of thousands of students who attend the 60 universities and colleges. Some of the buildings in the old town date back to the 17th century. The city was founded in 1630, one of the earliest colonies in the USA. The famous Boston Tea Party was a protest about a British imposed tax and the War of Independence started after this.

Florida/Fort Lauderdale

The sunshine state. Famous for Disney World, deep sea fishing, diving, swamps and alligators and a huge array of wildlife. The holiday state of America. Daytona Beach is one of the premier surfing spots in the USA. Described as the "World’s Most Famous Beach". In the Southwest, hundreds of tiny barrier islands line the coastline. For a laid back lifestyle, the rustic charm of Old Florida still survives

Los Angeles

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English student studying in L.A.

The largest city in California and the second largest city in the USA. Home of Hollywood and Beverley Hills. Stroll along the famous Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Strip. In Burbank are many modern movie and television studios. Along the Pacific shore, Malibu, Santa Monica, Marina de Trey and Palos Verde are high class residential beach communities. Long Beach is a thriving seaport with a vibrant commercial district and oil wells.

New York

New York is a city of superlatives. Besides being a world financial centre, the urban island of Manhattan teems with world-renowned restaurants, architectural masterpieces and venerable art institutions that make it one of the world’s greatest cultural cities.

New York has always been a city of the world and its multinational, multicultural inhabitants – who speak over 80 languages – infuse its concrete canyons with a buzz that is every bit as energising and electrifying as that depicted in countless films and TV programmes.

With over 20,000 restaurants, 150 world-class museums and more than 10,000 stores brimming with brand names and bargains from across the globe, New York really does have something for everyone. New York also boasts the calm and charm of Central Park, the breezy park-lined Hudson River and acts as jumping off point for the ritzy beach towns of Long Island. However, the epicentre of New York life always has been and still very much is the island of Manhattan, which is surrounded by four other distinct city boroughs – the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island – all of which have their own character and attractions.

The cultural diversity stemming from the city’s rich history contributes to its importance as a multicultural capital.

New York is an excellent place to visit at any time of year, although it is particularly pleasant during the spring and fall (autumn), when temperatures hover around 21ºC (70ºF). New York winters tend to be unpredictable, although cold temperatures bring less snow here than to other nearby cities, while summers are hot and muggy, often lasting until September.

Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu, island of wonders and contrasts, from the fun of Waikiki, to the 40 foot winter surf on the North Shore, the dramatically sculptured green mountains, tropical valleys, beautiful park lands, beaches and gardens. The 595 square mile island offers a wide choice of cultural activities, entertainment, beautiful scenery and a superb year round climate.

Oahu is the most visited of the Hawaiian Islands and home to Hawaii's Capital, Honolulu which is a world-class sophisticated city with a relaxed tropical atmosphere, it has much to offer the visitor in addition to Waikiki with its wide choice of hotels, restaurants, shopping, parks and it's miles of beaches. Waikiki is one of the finest resorts in the world, with its miles of golden sand, and parks overlooked by the extinct volcano of Diamond Head and by the green Ko'olau Mountains.

There is a wide variety of hotels and restaurants from budget to five stars, some of the best shopping to be found anywhere, varied entertainment and cultural activities, every water-sport imaginable and a sea temperatures ranging year-round between 80 - 82°F. Hanauma Bay provides exhilarating diving and snorkeling even for beginners whilst the Polynesian Cultural Center details the history of Hawaii and its Polynesian settlers. The rest of Oahu is a complete contrast with large areas of sugar cane fields, rain forests, spectacular mountain ranges and verdant valleys, country parks, secluded beaches and surfing. Recreation includes every type of water sport; hiking trails, horse riding, cycling and of course world-class golf. Many visitors begin their discovery of Oahu by spending their first few days in Waikiki or in nearby Kahala, taking time to acclimatise, relax, explore, enjoy some great shopping and begin that journey of discovery that leads many to return again and again. Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial just west of Honolulu is much visited and includes other maritime attractions and museums.

San Francisco

Famous for it’s steep streets and panoramic views over San Francisco Bay. Founded in 1776, San Francisco is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the USA. The steep streets lined with Victorian era houses, a great turquoise bay surrounded by low mountains, and antique cable cars that still shuttle passengers up and down the city slops make San Francisco one of the most picturesque cities in the USA. San Francisco Bay is the home of the Alcatraz prison, now a major tourist attraction.

Seattle

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English student visiting the Space Needle

Christened "The Emerald City". Contrary to some popular perceptions, Seattle receives less annual rainfall (36 inches) than New York and Atlanta. Surrounded by lakes, rivers, Puget Sound, and mountains, Seattle is a recreation enthusiasts' dream. In the summer, water sports are only 10 minutes away and winter sports, such as snow skiing and snowboarding, are only 45 minutes away.

The greater Seattle area is home to 2.7 million people. Boeing, Microsoft, Nordstrom and Starbucks coffee are based here.

The Pike Place Market, located in the heart of downtown Seattle, is a popular attraction for Seattle visitors. The oldest continually operating farmers market in the country, it is a place where farmers, craftspeople, and artists display their goods. A splendid cocktail of sights, smells, sounds, and characters. Vegetable and flower displays are turned into works of art. Countless eateries cook up tastes of the world.

Just a few steps east of the market is the commercial heart of Seattle, a lively downtown district of department stores, speciality shops, renovated historic theaters, hotels of every size, multiplex cinemas, espresso stands, restaurant and shopping experiences such as Westlake Center, City Centre and Pacific Place

Recommended Seattle tours


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