United States of America

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USA branch FAQ

This branch covers: Mainland USA, Hawaii & Alaska

So many posts request the impossible - that a bunch of people who have never met you magically intuit how much you have to spend and what will make you happy on vacation, generally planning out your route for three months and helping you get discount flight reservations.

So, what can you do to get great travel advice?

1. Do your homework
The web is filled with basic information like how far it is from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon, or how to…

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Hello !

I'm Léa, a French student, I come to LA from July 24 to August 31. I had a host family but she increases its prices and now it will be difficult to pay her and have money for myself. So, my airline tickets are reserved, I have to go to LA, in a host family.
So, if you have a place at your home, and prices in my budget, we can get to know each other or if you know someone who host people/students during the summer near LA, I'm interested. My trip is in one month so I must quickly find !

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Rust Belt Vacations

The rust belt is becoming a popular tourist destination according to a report on CBS this morning. The activities often revolve around biking and food/drink. Here is some info.

https://rustwire.com/tour-the-rust-belt/

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Namely, the Pizzeria Uno in Terminal 3, where the plan to put the UK's European Union membership to a referendum apparently began.
http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2016/06/24/brexit_was_born_in_a_chicago_o_hare_pizzeria_which_one.html

Chicago: Butcher for the World not only of hogs, but also of a United Europe and perhaps the United Kingdom.

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Hi. I had hoped to do a six week road trip from Colorado to California going from one national park to another to go on overnight hikes, etc but unfortunately haven't been able to save the funds. I thought I could instead just go for two weeks and focus on one area but wondering where I can go where I won't need a car. I'll be there in the last two weeks of September. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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We are leaving Van BC on Aug 14 and have reservations booked on the 17th in Bryce. I was thinking rather than taking the fastest route down to go down the Oregon Coast as far as Newport then cross over and head to Twin Falls then Tropic Utah. We have all day 14th 15th 16th to get as close to Tropic. I'm kind of struggling with a route .... any ideas? Is this to ambitious?

We will be hiking Bryce on the 18th/19th then heading to Zion on the 19th after hiking. Staying in Springdale until the 22…

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Hi there,

I know it sounds like a total cliché, but I am doing a road trip with a friend for 3 weeks, starting in San Francisco July 10th) and ending in LAs Vegas 1 August) and we really want to hire a mustang. I was hoping to find an older model, but when i go onto any of the big rental companies, (avis, Budget, Thrifty, Alamo etc etc) they only seem to have newer looking mustangs...
Can anyone point me in the direction of a car hire place that specialises in classic cars / old mustangs? Would…