QUEBEC CITY — Located inside the walls of Old Québec, the New France Festival celebrates the beginning of colonization in North America.
Where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, groups find America’s First Seaside Resort: Cape May, New Jersey.
This small geographic area is crowded with natural assets and cultural attractions yet has enough open space to make it ideal for group travel.
Interesting attractions and a can-do attitude drive the hospitality industry in Detroit, Michigan, known as America’s great comeback city.
Cameras click and folks gasp in awe when glimpsing city skylines from an observation deck set high atop some of the world’s tallest buildings.
Trails, tours and bakeries are cropping up all over the country dedicated to the flaky pastry. Groups are encouraged to slow down and enjoy a slice — or two. It’s easy as pie.
Groups can slow down, stop and linger to notice the details with these cycling tours and trails across the Western United States.
Whether groups seek smaller tours of wineries in quaint, bucolic towns, something a bit more upscale or an adventurous biking tour, there’s something on this list for everyone.
Whether yeast-risen with cloud-like softness and dripping with glaze or classic cake-style with sprinkles, doughnuts are appropriate morning, noon and night.
The second largest city on the East Coast is easy to get to and holds dozens of first-rate attractions.