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Is your vacation going to be just a few days off, or a real experience?

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American can take you to the cities that are alive with the present and rich in the past. Your Travel Agent has all the details.
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For children, nothing can be more exciting about history than seeing the place where it was made.
And for parents, what could be more rewarding than sharing that excitement with them?
Imagine the thrill of visiting the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.
Or the Crispus Attucks monument in Boston. 
Or the Beckwourth Pass in California. 
Or the new Martin Luther King Memorial in New York.
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That's why the American Experience Fly/Drive vacations are such a great idea.
As little as $179 plus air fare puts a family of four in an economical Plymouth Duster (you pay for the gas) and Holiday Inns. For 7 days and 6 nights.
Choose from nine geographic areas in the U.S.
If you've got a city in mind: New York, Los Angeles, Washington, Boston, Memphis -you name it-talk to your Travel Agent.
And be sure to ask about the special air fares that apply.
That makes it even easier to turn a vacation into an American Experience.
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