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Top North American Getaway Hot Spots for 2014 Travel Revealed

This year, some of the best travel locations are right here in the United States, just waiting to be explored by vacationers everywhere.

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Traveling and vacations are of the upmost importance for Americans. As a country, the United States is incredibly diverse, and people can usually find whatever they desire within a couple days' drive or a few hours in a plane. While international travel is also popular, many elect to stay within the U.S. where the currency, language and more are familiar.

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With the New Year, many are already booking their next vacation to take in 2014. Some of these top destinations include: Yosemite National Park, Wyoming; Boston, Massachusetts; Kansas City, Missouri; San Francisco, California and more.

For those looking for a beachside retreat, California is the ultimate destination. Locations such as San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Sonoma, Napa, Santa Cruz and others offer everything from winery tours to sport fishing excursions. California is truly a diverse state that has so much to offer to everyone who visits. Yosemite National Park is celebrating the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's signing of the Yosemite Grant, which lead to the land being turned into a national park in 1890. There is sure to much celebration as well as beautiful vistas to be seen by all who visit there.

Countless vacationers will be taking with their families on a trip this 2014 traveling season, and GeoHoliday Club notes that many have taken advantage of the benefits that a membership with a luxury vacation club provides. Not only can families vacation in luxurious and spacious accommodations at top destinations around the U.S., but they can also save money on both food and other expenses by staying at these locations that oftentimes are complete with kitchens and other cooking needs.

GeoHoliday Club is a longstanding luxury vacation club that offers luxurious lodging at some of the most popular travel destinations across the country. This popular vacation provider offers lots of flexibility to its members who can take advantage of last-minute travel deals that offer the ultimate in savings for those spontaneous travelers who want to get away for the weekend. Whether travelers desire to go skiing, have a beach vacation, spend time with the whole family or take a romantic getaway for two, GeoHoliday Club has a destination for everyone.

GeoHoliday Club shares that one of the best ways to visit these outstanding destinations is through a vacation club that offers incredible deals on last-minute getaways as well as family trips. For more information on one of the premier travel providers in the country, contact GeoHoliday Club today.

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