The 50 highlights of America, state by state (part 2)

4. A peaceful state, the fall colors of New England

New England is the north-eastern pocket of the USA. It is historic and charming during the months of a year, especially having an ethereal beauty in autumn when the leaves on the trees change from green to all shades of yellow, orange, red, and purple. It is an amazing sight which is best appreciated on a road trip.

5. A rugged state, Ranch stay, Montana

Montana is a place of rugged hills, a big sky country with endless horizons and wide plains. In other words, it is the sort of place which you want to explore on horseback. There are various ranches offering the chance of staying, riding, and soaking up the lifestyle.

6. A thirsty state, Craft brewery visits, everywhere

Anyone who believes that American beer begins and ends at Budweiser must haven’t been to the USA for a while. The USA has a world-leading craft brewery scene, with hotspots in San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, San Diego, and Denver.

7. A hungry state, Fine-dining, New York City

In New York City, you can enjoy continuously sumptuous meals without breaking the bank, however, we must say something about the cutting loose and enjoying the fine-dining scene of this city. New York’s restaurants like Momofuku Ko, Eleven Madison Park, and Le Bernardin, which crowned the world’s best recently, offer something super special for the visitors who can afford it.

8. An affordable state, Maine coast

One of the most affordable and beautiful destinations in the US is the state of Maine, especially its family-friendly small towns dotting the coastline. Maine is also well-known for its craft beer.

9. A ravenous state, Texas’ barbecue joints

It is difficult to understate the passion which Texans have for dry-rubbed, basted, charred, and smoked meat. Texans love barbecue, and you’ll understand why if you call for a brisket sandwich in any old place or visit any world-famous joints such as the town of Taylor’s Louie Mueller Barbecue.

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