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Pennsylvania

A change of seasons offers up wintry wonders and cozy comforts in Pennsylvania. You'll find snow-covered ski slopes in the Pocono and Allegheny Mountains, and frosted shop windows along small-town main streets. Savor wines and ciders best enjoyed next to a roaring fireplace. The temps may be falling, but the action is heating up.

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Philadelphia and Pittsburgh get most of the press, with world-class museums, eclectic shopping, exciting sports and cutting-edge restaurants. But don't miss the state's charming small towns like Lewisburg, Lansdale and Latrobe, with enchanting main streets that offer a blend of mom-and-pop shops, boutiques and local flavor.

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PA is the birthplace of America's biggest name in condiments (Heinz) and the sweetest place on Earth (Hershey), where the air smells like chocolate. Salty food savants should visit the "Snack Belt", while washing those potato chips and hard pretzels down with a craft brew; or opt to dine at the state’s award-winning restaurants.

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The Keystone State has been at the forefront of American history since the ink dried on the Declaration of Independence. Think Valley Forge. Washington's Crossing. The Underground Railroad. Gettysburg. Carnegie Steel. Shanksville. Walk in historic footsteps, exploring battlefields, manufacturing centers, museums and monuments.

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One of several culinary trails across the state, the Bread Trail takes travelers (and their senses) on a journey through brick oven bakeries, donut shops and craft breweries. Grains like corn, wheat and barley comprise a central role in Pennsylvania's history and economy, flavored by the delicious influences of diverse cultures.

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