Arizona and New Mexico mean sunny weather, great golf and tennis, southwestern cuisine and even a bit of the Old West.
Scottsdale, Arizona, known as “The West’s Most Western Town,” is a haven for visitors with more than 90 restaurants, 320 retail shops and more than 80 art galleries. Or, explore the nearby mountains on foot, by jeep – or in the basket of a hot air balloon.
Sedona, Arizona – the home of Red Rock Country – also has shops and restaurants galore, as well as history, culture and art. The picturesque mountains serve as inspiration for creativity and spirituality, and have turned this area into a metaphysical mecca.
A rich and vibrant performing arts scene is just one facet of Santa Fe, New Mexico. This southwestern culinary gem is a foodie’s delight, famous for its chili, and making a name for itself with both its chocolate and wine.
Autumn in the northeast and New England means fall foliage, as people flock from around the country to witness the vibrant yellows, deep oranges and brilliant reds that paint the countryside. Whether you want to relax in the Poconos, the Berkshires or the mountains of New Hampshire, Vermont or Maine, you’ll find stunning views that will leave a lasting impression.
Closer to the Atlantic Ocean, coastal Cape Cod and Atlantic City offer the sights and sounds of quiet beaches when fall arrives. Instead of a carpet of sunbathers, the shores show off their shells and dunes, with shorebirds outnumbering humans.
Visit Colorado just before ski season starts and you’ll enjoy the panoramic scenic vistas, boutique shopping and fabulous restaurant scene without having to totally bundle up. Winter Park, Vail, Avon, Steamboat Springs all feature quaint shops and cozy hideaways.
Home to some of the most majestic mountain views in all of Canada, Banff is sure to impress with its glacier-fed lakes, towering forests and abundant wildlife. But this hamlet nestled in the Canadian Rockies also offers requisite modern amenities such as restaurants and shops – and attractions besides the wilderness.
As soon as school is back in session, the lines at Orlando’s many theme parks begin to decrease – and the same goes for the sweltering temperatures. You can visit Mickey, Shamu and Harry Potter without long queues and high humidity, enabling you to maximize your time and see the sites in a leisurely manner.
DAE has grown significantly since it first opened its doors in 1997. A strong focus on quality customer service has led to their continued growth as over 50% of their new memberships have been the result of personal referrals. Today, the company services over 1 million timeshare owners (including 500,000 direct members) at resorts and clubs through 12 offices worldwide, and is a truly viable option for all timeshare, points and fractional owners to exchange their weeks and points or credits products. DAE’s robust set of membership benefits makes it easy for owners to truly enjoy their vacation ownership experience. Their simple, flexible and innovative direct to consumer approach has evolved into a range of business development and support tools for their business partners such as resorts, management companies and Home Owners Associations who are looking for a competitive edge to support their rapid growth.