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One of the most diverse states along the eastern coast of the United States is New York. The Empire State is a mecca for the arts, outdoors, sports, finance and much, much more. Visitors to the state won't find it difficult to fill their days with fly fishing, shopping, hiking, canoeing, sightseeing, relaxing, and learning about the state's history. New York is bordered to the East by Massachusetts and Vermont; to the south it wraps itself around Pennsylvania. Accommodations in New York range from high class city suites to lake side lodges in the Adirondack Mountains. Home to the infamous 1960's Woodstock and the largest city in the country, New York is the “gateway” to the U.S.

No doubt about it, most who travel to New York, do so to visit New York City. A major center for trade, finance arts and culture, the city is highly diverse and a tremendously exciting destination for all ages. Various neighborhoods are located within and around the city, all of which offer endless possibilities to business or leisure vacations. Visitors to this high-interest location can find lodgings that accommodate all budgets and provide warmth and friendliness year round. Other cities within the state, such as Buffalo, offer just as much entertainment and history. Buffalo, located near Niagara Falls and Canada, is considered the cultural center of western New York. Offering a fantastic visual and performing arts venue, this city also cares for visitors by offering a range of accommodations. Nearby Albany is similar in style and artistic value, but has an added benefit to history seekers. As the commencement of the Erie Canal, Albany is loaded with history. Visitors may enjoy their stay in any one of the many inns and hotels sprinkled throughout this part of the state.

The little talked about, but widely appreciated Catskills and Adirondack Mountains are the pride of New Yorkers. Beauty and serenity are found wherever visitors wander in this regions of the state. Lake Placid and other small towns found throughout the Adirondacks offers a bit of tourism and plenty of options for outdoor enthusiasts. These mountains are sprinkled with inns, lodges, resorts and spas to further every experience. The entire state of New York offers tourism and fun to all who venture through. Towns and cities such as Rochester and Syracuse offer skiing, history, tours and festivals; all of which focus on celebrating the greatness of New York. Wherever one turns, great accommodations lie waiting to welcome in the weary traveler.


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