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The world would be a pretty boring place without the USA. From the land that makes movies and movie stars, you can waltz down LA streets paved with their names; sit in Memphis homes once graced by legends better known as The King. You can visit Alcatraz at night and imagine Al Capone sitting in his cell making plans, walk the Golden Gate Bridge and surf OC waves that have forged the surfing elite. Eat boiled shrimp in Louisiana and brave a cold winter’s day in a snow covered NYC. It’s the land of opportunity and it’s so different, and so diverse, no two days need be the same.
You’ve screamed your way around the Anaheim theme parks, learned to surf at iconic Huntington Beach, applauded clever sea mammals in San Diego and you played ‘spot the movie star’ on Sunset Strip. It’s been the holiday of a lifetime, but
you know that the West Coast still has so much more to offer.
San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles: three great cities, each with their own unique appeal. You could easily spend a week in each one, but it’s only when you get beyond the cities that you realise just how vast and diverse this region is. The
towering Sierra Nevada mountains and eerie Death Valley are at opposite ends of the spectrum, but you’ve also got the dramatic Pacific Coast, the fabulous wine regions of Sonoma and Napa and some seriously impressive national parks. And that’s just California – it’s only a five hour drive from Los Angeles to the man-made wonder that is Las Vegas, which is a great base to see one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World; the Grand Canyon. Not forgetting north of California, the ‘Beaver State’ of Oregon and the ‘Evergreen State’ of Washington, with a diversity of landscapes from the picturesque Pacific coastline to the arid deserts east of the Cascade Range.
But it’s one thing to run through the near-endless list of highlights: far better that you start planning a visit.
With oceans, canyons, balmy nights and barmy people (shout out to the locals of Venice Beach) you’ll want to commandeer a Cadillac and drive off...
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If feet could talk, yours would be complaining right now. They've traipsed up and down the boulevards of Hollywood and through...
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With two Disney Theme Parks – Disney California Adventure Park and Disneyland Park – and an energetic entertainment, dining and shopping...
This vibrant city has much to offer, and no visit would be complete without a cable car ride from Union Square to Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39...
“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Possibly the world’s most memorable tourist slogan, it’s a pearler because it’s true. This city was made...
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Discover the urban lifestyle of Salt Lake City, the perfect mountain town of Park City and the surreal scenery of the Mighty 5® national parks watching...
Portland is described as America’s most European city. If that meansa culture of great food, artisan coffee, craft beer, wine and neighborhoods....
Orcas swimming next to a ferry, salmon swimming upstream in the middle of town, and cheese making at Pike Place Market are just some of...
New York City is an amazing melting pot that you’ll fall in love with again and again. Every time you go back, you find yourself wanting more...
Pack your walking shoes, because this compact city is perfect to explore on foot. Begin your adventures in Boston with a leisurely wander through...
Monuments, museums, impressive government buildings and home of the President of the USA – the White House. Washington DC is full of iconic...
Is Chicago your kind of town? Jazz and blues bars, towering skyscrapers, the famous silver ‘bean’ and one HUGE lake – Chicago has a vibrant energy...
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Discover charming harbour towns famous for the birth of American liberty and infamous for witch trials, historic cities, lighthouses, brilliant...
Find yourself in Miami, on a finger of land that pokes between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. You’re only a few degrees shy of the tropics...
There are smiles, and then there are heartracing, taste-bud tempting, once-in-a-lifetime smiles; those are the kinds of smiles waiting for you in Orlando...
Exploring America by car is easy. Driving on the right hand side of the road may be different, however the roads are excellent, well sign-posted and spacious. Just remember the centre line should be by the driver! Below are just four of our favourite self-drive itineraries. We have many other America road trip and self-drive suggestions here.
This is just a taste of the information and advice we have available through our House of Travel consultants.
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