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Manifesting southwest travel

The American Southwest, with its craggy copper peaks, windswept plains and vibrant desert sunsets, has long been a favorite travel destination in the United States. Cities like Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Phoenix, Austin, Salt Lake City and Denver are popular places to visit in the region, offering diverse culture and topography. From natural hot springs, ski resorts and artist colonies to the Grand Canyon and countless other state and national parks, there’s no shortage of things to do in the Southwest. Foodies will appreciate distinct dining options like traditional BBQ, southwestern-style TexMex and a whole slew of the world’s most famous celebrity chefs with restaurants all on one street. That would be Las Vegas Boulevard, by the way. Not to mention, the weather is pretty agreeable all year round depending on where you are in the region. Sure, it’s scorching hot in the summertime, but as they say: “it’s a dry heat,” and something you have to experience to understand. It’s also home to some of the best winter sports on the planet and has even hosted the Winter Olympics.

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the Las Vegas Strip at dusk with a soft pastel sunset and mountains in the background and Las Vegas resorts in the forefront.
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