RN | Specialty: LDRP | Location: Coastal OR
With 362 miles of magnificent Pacific coastline open to all, punctuated by 80 state parks and recreation areas and charming seaside towns, you’ll want to partake of this soul-recharging experience time and time again.
RN | Specialty: MS Tele | Location: Upstate NY
Upstate New York, basically all of the state north and west of New York City, encompasses abundant sights and activities any time of the year. From the Hudson Valley to the Finger Lakes to the mighty Niagara Falls, you’ll find many attractions easily accessible by rail or car.
RN | Specialty: ICU| Location: Boston, MA
The birthplace of our nation and home to many of the country’s most esteemed medical and academic institutions, Boston is a never-ending source of interest to all. It’s easy to navigate on foot, as its major sights are relatively close, and America’s first subway system, the T, connects its important neighborhoods.
RN | Specialty: LDRP |Location: Central CA
From the majesty of Yosemite to the fertile fields of Salinas Valley (and the John Steinbeck museum for book lovers) to the breathtaking Big Sur coastline, central California has abundant wonders to rival those of the state’s more southern attractions.
RN | Specialty: MS Tele | Location: Northern Vermont
Say “Vermont” and most people think “maple syrup.” Well, Northern Vermont has syrup and more — Lake Champlain for sightseeing cruises and sailing, the Trapp Family Lodge for “Sound of Music” fans, autumnal leaf peeping, and of course authentic sugarworks where you can see how the delectable syrup is made.