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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.
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I was planning to drive from Portland to Forks with an overnight stop at Lake Quinault. Unfortunately, it's got to be on a Friday and Quinault's booked solid. Anyone familiar with the area know of a suitable overnight stop between Aberdeen and Quinault? We're not camping.
My girlfriend and I are considering traveling to Hawaii for 15-17 days from late October and into November. We haven't decided on which islands to stay at, but it will probably be 2-3 islands.
The problem is that my girlfriend is pregnant, and will be 5+ months into her pregnancy upon arrival in Hawaii. I am well aware that there has been no locally transmitted cases of Zika, but other nearby islands in the Pacific have it now. The CDC or DOH have not issued any travel restrictions (yet).
Going to New England oct 25, 3 nights. Wish to see cranberries, foilage, countryside and sea. Need to find cheap accomodations, and would also love any tips on places that are particularly nice or interesting. Hubby is dreaming of pies (apple, pumpkin...) any tips there? Appreciate every input!! Thanks!
Not sure if this is the best place for this topic so let me know if it would be better answered elsewhere.
I'm looking to do some seasonal work next summer 2017 somewhere out west either on a ranch or in a Nationl park. Montana, Wyoming and Colorado are the places that interest me. I currently live in Connecticut and have only ever done paid work in my home state so working elsewhere is new to me. If hired my question is would I have to change my address and car registration/insurance? I don't…