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Hi fellow Conitikians! I'm planning on going to New York for a couple of days before doing a New York Explorer trip. I was thinking about using a New York Pass (www.newyorkpass.com) and I don't know how useful it will be? Has anyone used it before and was it worth it? Thanks everyone! Stephen
1 country \ 4 days \ from US$800 per person
New York, New York...the city so nice they named it twice! Explore one of America's most exciting cities. See 5th Avenue, Central Park, the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden & lots more! To make the most of this buzzing city & to experience it the way locals do, your Trip Manager will show you around the city on foot & by subway (subway pass included). You'll get the perfect mix of sightseeing & freetime, with plenty of insider tips from your Trip Manager so your time in the Big Apple is absolutely unforgettable.
1 country \ 5 days \ from US$505 per person
Go local & explore LA on your own time with this 4 night package. Hit Hollywood Boulevard, visit Universal Studios or shop Rodeo Drive as you live it up in the City of Angels. With delicious restaurants & a rooftop garden that overlooks the stunning city skyline, it’s got easy access to Hollywood & Universal Studios & a short stroll from LA’s iconic attractions & evening hot spots & the metro.
1 country \ 5 days \ from US$535 per person
Ready for the ultimate vacation destination? Want to get your fill of Hawaii's unparalleled physical beauty? We'll set up with accommodation & loads of extras on our 4 night stopover! Perfect as a short holiday in itself, or as a stopover for a few days before or after your North American tour. Spend your time snorkeling, strolling the beach or enjoying a big night out!
1 country \ 26 days \ from US$4175 per person
Southern delicacies include chicken and ribs, biscuits and gravy, and more curiously, Elvis' favorite Graceland snack, a peanut butter and banana concoction. But here's food for thought: Our equally eclectic travel menu of mouth-watering southern destinations, nicely sandwiched between prime left- and right-coast stop-overs. Get a taste of Texas, full servings of Memphis and New Orleans, and a naughty nibble of Las Vegas, before a final bite in the Big Apple, New York City.