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Prime USA Cities to Go to during Autumn!Fall 2014

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The USA is actually a yr-round vacation spot and after the busy summer time months there is an unparalleled host of occasions to enjoy for those making the journey across the pond. Right here is our pick of the very best US cities to visit in autumn 2014.


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Autumn means Halloween and there are a few places that pull out all the stops as much as Orlando. Florida’s well-known theme park attractions host an array of ghoulish goings on during October within the lead up to the big night.

Walt Disney World is holding Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party - a combination of trick or treating and light-hearted Halloween parades that’s preferrred for kids. As the name suggests, it’s more family friendly than some Halloween occasions and starts from 1st September through to the big Halloween night. Legoland Florida’s version is Brick or Treat - an event that sees scary Lego figures hidden around the park as a part of a scavenger hunt.

Adults could find Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights more suitable. It features terrifying haunted houses based mostly on real life horror films. This year’s events include Dracula Untold and Alien v Predator designed houses.

New York


There’s never a scarcity of activities in The Big Apple, everytime you visit. The weather is arguably at its greatest during autumn in New York without the warmth and humidity of the summer or the cold temperatures of the winter, and an added bonus of smaller crowds. The Columbus Day Parade on the national holiday at the start of October is an entertaining low key alternative to the large Thanksgiving and Christmas parades but nonetheless provides over 35,000 participants every year.

There are additionally loads of Halloween sights to enjoy. October 31 sees the Village Halloween parade meander through the East Village. Unlike different New York parades, the public can be part of the procession in their own costumes and be part of the spectacle.

Blood Manor is another must visit attraction on the end of October. Blood Manor is renowned as one of the best haunted house in New York City and contains nearly 5,000 sq. feet of labyrinth hallways, themed rooms and “actors” in scary, pretend blood-covered costumes.

Open House New York is one other good motive to go to New York at this time of year. This annual occasion sees over one hundred fifty of town’s coolest and most unique architectural sites private homes and landmarks opened to the general public, plus different exclusive behind-the-scenes excursions and programmes.



For those who are seeking to lengthen the British summer season a bit longer, how about Miami? Discovered on Florida’s sunshine kissed east coast, Miami’s weather stays sunny and hot throughout the autumn months, with temperatures around the mid twenties.

After they’re not sunning themselves on the seashore, guests to Miami can enjoy the popular Grovetoberfest which arrives in Miami in October and provides over 2 hundred beers from all over the world, least to point out a kitchen lab with plenty of beer-infused dishes to try.

Holidaymakers can kick back in picturesque Peacock Park, which makes it the “most scenic beer festival on earth”.

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Top Cultural Attractions in Bangkok

With impressive architecture, sprawling markets and engaging museums dotted throughout the city Bangkok has plenty to keep guests occupied in the course of the day before its renowned nightlife will get underway. The majestic Grand Palace and the long-lasting Wat Arun are amongst essentially the most photographed landmarks in South East Asia and provide a captivating introduction to the Far East for the 1000’s of tourists reserving low-cost cheap flights to Bangkok every year.

Temples & Palaces

A lot of Bangkok’s most well-known architectural sights lie in and around the winding Chao Praya River within the Old Town region of the city. These are within simple reach of common backpacking haunt Khao San Road and properly linked to different areas of the capital by water taxi.

Wat Arun


The 5 spires of Wat Arun (aka the Temple of Dawn - pictured above) tower over the adjacent river; a picture which takes pleasure of place in lots of a vacation photo album. The temple consists of four intricately decorated and slender spires that encompass a taller central spire. This taller spire will be scaled utilizing the steep flight of stairs carved into the stone.

Wat Arun seems notably spectacular at sunset although the quietest time to go to is early within the morning from 8.30 am onwards but earlier than the crowds arrive.

The Grand Palace


Arguably the must-see sight of a trip to Bangkok, The Grand Palace (major image) was xconstructed in 1782 and was residence to the Thai king for 150 years. Nowadays the palace is a well-liked tourist attraction that houses the majestic Emerald Buddha, a statue carved from a huge block of jade that dates back to fifteenth century AD. Only the king of Thailand can come into contact with the statue, which is testomony to its revered status. It’s housed throughout the Wat Phra Kaew - the most revered Buddhist temple in Thailand.

Wat Sacket

Wat Saket (aka the Golden Mount) combines distinctive structure with panoramic views over the city. It’s a 300 step climb to the highest of the overgrown man-made hill that sprouts incongruously from the encircling concrete, however the view is definitely worth the climb to look out over the city.

November is a particularly attention-grabbing time to visit Wat Saket when it hosts a traditional temple fair and an annual Buddha worshipping ceremony. Crowds of worshippers gather to the temple throughout this era and it’s best to visit through the day.

Wat Pho

Simply 10 minutes from The Grand Palace is Wat Pho - a soothing temple on the banks of the Chao Praya River. The golden reclining Buddha statue is the centrepiece of Wat Pho which stands at 15 metres tall. It can be a perfect place to experience a standard Thai massage - a more intense take on the enjoyable western version.


The thought of markets in Thailand conjures up photos of boats gently floating along narrow canals selling contemporary produce. While a few of the finest-recognized floating markets require a day trip from Bangkok there are some attention-grabbing markets to visit throughout the capital itself.

Chatuchak Market


This vast 35 acre market provides over 9,000 market stalls every weekend and sells just about anything you possibly can imagine. It’s divided into 27 sections with a large walkway circling the outside of the market and numbered alleyways to help newcomers find their means around.

Anybody prepared to haggle can depart Chatuchak with a choice of fantastic bargains. The market gets significantly sizzling during the warmer months of April and May so it’s a good suggestion to reach early and bargain hunt before it heats up.

Bang Nam Pheung

Tucked away in a horseshoe of the Chao Praya River, the Bang Nam Pheung market is filled with all sorts of interesting native produce - the fascinating array of unique fruit will be an eye-opener for anybody new to Asia.

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

This has the allure of a small localised market and isn’t as touristy as some of the more frequented floating markets that surround the city. A lot of the market is stationed on land however there is a collection of small boats that float alongside, cooking-up scrumptious Thai food.


Jim Thomson’s House


Anyone that’s seeking to delve a little bit deeper into Thai tradition ought to pay a visit to one of Bangkok’s intriguing museums.

Jim Thompson’s House is actually an unlikely name for a vacationer attraction but this former of home of a US expat houses an impressive assortment of artefacts, historical wall hangings and other fascinating objects.

The Museum of Siam is an interactive narration of Thai identity. There are many interactive games to keep both youngsters and adults entertained, like excavating a mock archaeology site and shooting old fashioned weapons. Bangkok National Museum is extra traditional fare, housing relics from hundreds of years of Thai historical past including ornate royal chariots.

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Nightlife in Orlando


It could be renowned as a family vacation destination however Orlando has loads of exciting nightlife to keep adults amused into the early hours of the morning. As soon as the Magic Kingdom shuts, Orlando’s many nightspots are simply getting ready up for the evening. Whether you are in search of stylish cocktails, a no-nonsense sports bar, salsa dancing or something else totally, Orlando’s vibrant nightlife will present the solution.

Universal City Walk


Proving that Universal Studios isn’t just for children, Universal City Walk is a real hotbed of nightlife with live music, stage shows and lots more. The Red Coconut Clubs blend of intimate tables and full of life bars has made it one among Orlando’s most popular destinations.

Bob Marley fans are well catered for at Bob Marley - A Tribute to Freedom; a replica of his childhood residence in Jamaica which provides Jamaican meals with a suitable Bob Marley soundtrack. For those that prefer to make the music themselves, City Walk’s Rising Star hands the microphone to its visitors and invites them up on stage for a karaoke sing-along.

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If those warm Orlando nights get you a bit steamy under the collar, try ICEBAR Orlando - one of only two icebars in the USA. ICEBAR Orlando requires you to dress up warm with special jackets allowing you to stay for a restricted time. If it gets a bit too cold, heat up within the adjoining Fire Lounge which - all puns aside - is named one among Orlando’s hottest evening venues.

If that doesn’t flick your switch, Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar is a great spot to enjoy up to date Cuban cuisine while watching salsa dance shows. Alternatively, Howl at the Moon provides duelling piano entertainment seven nights a week. Requests are welcomed so you can hear a live re-mix of your favorite songs.

If you are eager to catch up on some sport or play some pool, realx in Cheers Sports Bar which is open until 2am and shows live sport from around the world. For those who are not be able to decide between sports bar or nightclub, Backstage combines them both, with pool tables and a dance floor underneath one roof.

Central Business District

As its name would suggest, Orlando’s Central Business District doesn’t see too many vacationers, however when you look to hit the city it’s well worth a nocturnal visit to take a look at the surprising array of bars and clubs.

Three of the Central Business Areas hottest nightspots - BBQ Bar, Eye Spy and Sky 60 - are literally discovered within just the one building. BBQ Bar has been described as ‘dingy’ and a ‘hipster bar’; whatever you name it, it’s no doubting an awesome place to start out the evening with some low-cost drinks.

When you’re finished with BBQ bar, stroll by the adjacent Eye Spy and try and discover its hidden rooms, a minimum of one of which is hidden behind a bookcase. Upstairs, Sky 60 is a comfortable rooftop terrace offering impressive views over town, with mellow mood lighting and DJs each night.

For an evening out with an actual difference, try Stigma Tattoo Bar. It gives its patrons the chance to go home with better memories, offering tattoos and piercings alongside its licensed bar!

Downtown Orlando

Just some blocks south of the Central Business District, Downtown Orlando has its personal number of energetic nightspots.

Party animals looking to kick-start the evening ought to head to Casey’s on Central - a bustling bar with live music and powerful drinks. It even has its personal moonshine served in jars!

For a style of things south of the border visit Don Jefe’s Tequila Parlour, home of prime-notch Mexican food and over a hundred different tequilas. For an atmospheric glimpse at the Orlando of years gone by visit Big Belly - a former 1920s speakeasy which holds an awesome-value ‘Nickel Beer Evening’ each Wednesday.

Bliss Ultra Lounge is the house of Orlando’s chic and stylish crowds, with three distinctive areas each assigned their own colour. Meanwhile, Blue Martini is the place to be for those who like their drinks shaken, not stirred, and boasts an impressive range of 42 distinct blends of martinis.

Lake Buena Vista & Epcot


Inside Epcot itself, there are a number of totally different country themed bars to enjoy up till the park closes at 9pm. La Cava del Tequila (in the Mexican pavilion) boasts tasty tapas and the most effective margaritas north of Mexico, and has established itself as a great favourite since opening in 2009. Followers of all attributes Latin American are additionally effectively catered for at Paradiso 37 - which serves food and the customary tequila.

UK guests that admire their home comforts can go to The Rose and Crown within the United Kingdom pavilion which gives taster samples of traditional British beverages. The Raglan Road Irish Pub in Downtown Disney adds homely food with authentic Irish music every night.

For a later night time out, just minutes from the Epcot resorts and overlooking Lake Buena Vista, Jellyrolls is an entertaining duelling piano bar that draws a decent gathering most nights of the year. Bear in mind to take some $ bills to request songs.

Globehunters Tip:

The legal drinking age within the USA is 21. Make sure you carry a legitimate ID such as a driving license or a photocopy of your passport. Some Disney-owned establishments have even been known to refuse service until both of these are produced.

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New York is split into some distinctive boroughs that offer masses of different tourist attractions to suit every taste. Each New York borough has its own vibe and its own must see and do activities and attractions. No matter where you are in The Big Apple there’s always something new to try.

If You thinking of visiting New York? Globehunters provide New York Flights with leading airlines including Delta and Virgin Atlantic. Book online or call 020 8944 4555 and speak to one of our travel agents.

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Anyone whose summer holiday clashes with the football (or ‘soccer’ as it’s known in the States) will be well catered for in Orlando this summer. All World Cup games will be shown live in selected venues around Orlando, perfect for some thrilling afternoon entertainment after a morning of white-knuckle rollercoasters.The best places in Orlando to watch the action unfold between visits to the world’s most famous theme parks.

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Sydney is a fantastic place to visit with impressive architecture, golden beaches and wild nightlife just a few of its many attractions.If you’re planning on visiting Sydney, Globehunters provides Sydney Flights from the UK with leading airlines. Book online or call 020 8944 4555 to speak to one of our expert travel agents.

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