"Good Morning America's" Weekend Window opened up to the Quebec City Winter Carnival, the biggest snow festival in the world. Over a million visitors a year visit Quebec City -- the oldest city in North America -- during the winter carnival. For more information on the Quebec City Winter Carnival, visit http://www.carnaval.qc.ca/
"Good Morning America" visited St. Augustine, Fla. It is the nation's oldest city and home to the fabled Fountain of Youth. For more information, visit http://www.ci.st-augustine.fl.us/
"Good Morning America" visited Mille Lacs Lake in east central Minnesota, considered the ice fishing capital of the world. For more information, visit www.minnesota.gov.
"Good Morning America" visited the Wisconsin Dells, also known as "The Water Park Captial of the World." Home to 18 indoor waterparks and more than 200 waterslides, it's one of the top vacation spots in the country… and not just during summer. For more information on the Wisconsin Dells, visit www.Dells.com
"Good Morning America" visited Sedona, Ariz., which has been called one of the most beautiful places in America. With its majestic mountains and craggy peaks, Sedona symbolizes the American West, and the incredible color of its rock formations have earned it the name "Red Rock Country." Sedona's breathtaking beauty has also drawn many people seeking spiritual enlightenment. For more information on Sedona, visit www.visitsedona.com or www.redrocksonline.com.
"Good Morning America" visited southwest Louisiana, better known as Cajun Country or Acadiana, for some great food and a quick lesson in history. For more information on Louisiana's Cajun Country visit http://www.louisiana.gov/wps/portal/
"Good Morning America" visited the famous Hearst Castle in the rolling hills of California's San Simeon Valley. Media mogul William Randolph Hearst built this castle in 1919, and it became a playground for the rich and famous in the 1920s and '30s. Now over 37 million visitors a year come to the castle to see the eye-popping views. For more information on the Hearst Castle and the San Simeon Valley, visit www.hearstcastle.com.
"Good Morning America" visited Santa's Village in Lapland, northern Finland. Find out more about this very special place at www.santaclauslive.com
"Good Morning America" visited San Antonio's Riverwalk, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Texas, where visitors can stroll along the banks of the San Antonio River or take a leisurely boat ride. During the holidays, Riverwalk sparkles with over 100,000 colorful lights. For more information on the San Antonio Riverwalk, visit http://thesanantonioriverwalk.com
The quiet little town of McAdenville, N.C., comes alive in spectacular fashion each year as Christmas draws near, with more than 450,000 red, green and white bulbs on about 400 trees light up the town. The history of McAdenville Christmas Lights dates back to 1956, when the McAdenville Men's Club conceived the idea of using lights to decorate a few trees around the McAdenville Community Center. Nine trees were decorated the first year, and reaction to this early effort was so favorable that the number of trees increased each year. If you want more information or are thinking about planning a trip to "Christmas Town," visit www.mcadenville-christmastown.com