3. San Francisco
A hilly and foggy place, it is in northern California surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. It boasts of a fine display of fine arts at the Golden Gate Park. It also has a natural historical display at the California Academy of Science. Whether you are there for a week or a month, you can never get enough of San Francisco. Make sure you visit the Alcatraz Island, fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown and Union Square.
In Illinois, on Lake Michigan is one of the largest cities in the United State; Chicago. Its architecture is a bold statement by itself citing skyscrapers like the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower, John Hancock Center and others punctuating its skyline. When it comes to food, local delicacies include deep-dish pizzas and relish-topped hot dogs. It is also a home to renowned museums and arts groups. When in Chicago, make sure to visit the Navy Pier, Shedds Aquarium, and Millennium Park and Willis tower among other notably exciting places.