Most of the United States are situated at — or slightly above — sea level.
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Featuring some of wildest, most pristine coastal beauty and untouched landscapes in the world, the West Coast of the United States is considered — by many — the “best coast,” what with its perpetual blue skies; temperate weather, particularly in the south; and breathtaking scenery all up
Known for its friendly vibe, salt-of-the-earth, no-nonsense folk and affordable cost of living, the Midwestern U.S. has much to offer. Landlocked as it may be, Midwesterners are as drawn to water as their coastal counterparts.
Where you’re covering a region as broad and varied as the American Northeast, there are bound to be distinct reasons for preferring, for example, the charm of a cozy Vermont hideaway to the
With coastline that hugs the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico; low, coastal plains, from Virginia to Louisiana, filled with wetlands and swamps; hills, mountains, plateaus and valleys in
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