Here are some links to official U.S. government websites to help you learn about the Visa Waiver Program, and the Electronic System for Travel Authorization.This is not a complete FAQ about these programs, just basic resources to help you get started.
If you are interested in a full visa, start here: U.S. Visas. You can also find visa information on the website of the U.S. Embassy in your home country. Many of these websites have information in languages other than English. U.S. Embassies and…
My hubby & I will be in Washington early Feb and we would like some recommendations on tours of Washington during Winter, as well as the must see sights please?
I wanted to ask for an advice from the collective wisdom of this forum.
Around March-April 2015 my wife and I really want to go with our newborn daughter somewhere south to recover from Canadian winter and relax on the beach. In the spring our daughter will be 6+ months old and this somewhat limits our travel options. However we don’t give up and are looking for a place by the ocean to spend a few months (3-5 months depends on the situation).
Logically, US as is the first…
I'm an 18 year old girl, and i'm going to California for Christmas with my two brothers (they are 22). So, I'm in need of things I/we can do while we're there. My brothers aren't so outgoing so I need things we can do together or that I can do alone. Is there any places we have to go, or something we just have to do?
And is there any chance that I can get in to any nightclubs?
Yosemite National Park Proposes Entrance Fee and Campground Fee Increase
The new fees could be implemented in early 2015. Entrance fees have been the same since 1997 and camping fees the same since 2006.
im a 29 year old male living in london looking to travel around the us for 2-3 months next year and was wondering how the best way to get about would be?ive thought about buying a car but not to sure about the practicality of it,also i want to try and visit small towns as well as larger places! just want some advice really on budget and any recommendations would be great!!
In January I'm going to Maui for my third time with a friend who's never been. We're super thrifty and adventurous though neither surfers nor 20-something hitchhiking backpackers anymore. We want to walk/hike, snorkel, lounge on beaches, and take in the stunning Maui sights but we do NOT care for resorts or shopping or paved walking trails. Looking for "unique", "healthy", "independent" stuff here!
We'll have a rental car (used most likely unless you know of a better deal) and will be looking…