Top Unexpected Vacation Destinations

Looking for a new place to vacation but not sure where to start? There are several destinations across the U.S that offer fun for everyone. Here are some hidden travel spots…
Libertyville, Illinois is an idyllic town 45 minutes outside of Chicago. It’s the perfect place for a little getaway with your family – from shopping at the boutique lined street, visiting a well known microbrewery, or attending the farmer’s market in the summer, you’re bound to find something to suit your fancy.
 
El Dorado, Arkansas – While it may not be the city of gold like in the legend, it is a booming tourist destination and is home to the state’s only art deco theater. El Dorado also hosts various annual festivals which draw in tourists, the biggest being the Bugs, Bands, and Bikes festival. It’s a bike show, parade and a two day battle of the bands.

 
Coronado, California may not be one of the towns you think of when you think of California, but this city is emerging as a top tourist destination. Coronado is a coastal resort town, offering shopping, sandy beaches and classical revival style buildings. It also is home to the Hotel Del Coronado, one of the most iconic hotels in California, which over the years has hosted various actors.http://www.skyline.com/images/rental-catalog/10-8-inlines.htm
 
New Iberia, Louisiana is full of delicious Cajun eateries, and received the Great American Main Street Award. It’s also home to the original Tabasco factory, so if the Cajun food isn’t hot enough for you, you can always pick up some Tabasco. Another highlight is the 250 acre Jungle Gardens on neighboring Avery Island.
 
All of these towns have one thing in common – they offer an alternative to traditional vacation spots while still providing fun for the whole family. For more top uncommon travel spots please visit
http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/11/travel/comeback-towns/index.html?iid=article_sidebar
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