Cool Neighborhoods for a Vacation

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Nov 27, 2013

Looking for a unique, enchanting place to stay? Here are a few interesting neighborhoods worthy of a vacation. Learn more about each one, and book your stay today!

Old Town in Park City

A walk down Main Street will not bore - Old Town is packed with fine shops and restaurants, all housed in beautiful historic buildings. Top attractions in the area include the Egyption Theatre, the High West Distillery and Saloon, and the Coda Gallery.

Murray Hill in Manhattan

Few neighborhoods in NYC are forgettable, and Murry Hill is no exception. The Empire State Building, 5th Avenue, the Morgan Library and Museum, as well as some really great eats (from the Turkish Diner to the Num Pang Sandwich Shop).

Savannah Historic District

Savannah's founder James Oglethorpe arranged the town into charming public squares in the 1700s, and much of this layout remains today! In addition to checking out the Historic District's many beautiful 18th and 19th century buildings, like the Edmund Molyneux Mansion and the Gothic Revival Greene House, don't miss out on the high-quality shops and restaurants.

Truman Annex in Key West

This stately community is home to President Harry Truman's winter White House and is conveniently located near Old Town and Duval Street. History buffs won't need to wander too far, though - as Truman Annex is a military installation from 1845, make sure to check out Fort Zachary (which is also a state park/beach area)

Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale

This waterfront neighborhood is wildly popular - tons of shops, restaurants, bars, ten art galleries, and lots more surprises await adventurous tourists. What's best of all is if you book a canalfront home on Los Olas, you will not need a car to enjoy the sights!