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1. Posted by sayda (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

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hi, im planing a trip around usa, mainly the coast, by bus wich places would you recommned, to see in a day trip, also i would like to know about national parks that i can see in one day trip, and also free things to do

2. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Hey Sayda!

Which coast are you considering - east or west (or maybe both)? Knowing that may help people with their recommendations for you.

3. Posted by IronChef (Full Member 1076 posts) 10y

If I can influence the decision a little - for more scenic coastline - go with the West Coast. I mean I'm from the East Coast and all but I would have to admit that there is more scenery out here on the WC. But til we know more about where you will be going and how long you will be there - can't help much more.

4. Posted by mr. joe (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

Again, for specific suggestions we need to know which coast you are going to travel. But I too recommend the West. It is definitely more scenic, and there is nothing quite like Northern CA. I've traveled up and down both coasts several times, so when I know where you're planning to go I'll let you know about some must see places.

5. Posted by sayda (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

hi thanks for the response to all,
im gonna travel by both coasts,first the east a little bit, cause ive already been in new york, phildelphia and boston. I wanna see another cities thats gonna be by the end of february,
after that i wanna go to the south part, in few words i wanna travel around by the bordiers,of usa
go to the west coast, travel in the northern part and finish my trip again in the east coast, in new york

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7. Posted by sayda (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

is gonna be for 1 month, so i dont have much time, I would like to see yhe most i can, 1 day each city or place

8. Posted by MichaelW (Budding Member 37 posts) 10y

In North Carolina the outer bank are a lot of fun, beaches but have very nice looking sand dunes. Depending on what you like.

9. Posted by MichaelW (Budding Member 37 posts) 10y

Also the historis site of the first flight by the wright brothers.

10. Posted by mr. joe (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

It might be off your path, but Asheville, North Carolina is a great little city to visit in the Southeast. Good music scene, young people, good beers, and a rich history.

I am not sure about New Orleans these days, since Hurricane Katrina, but I imagine it is still in a state of disrepair.

I also recommend Austin, Texas, if you still plan on cutting across the South. It is another great city for reasons similar to Asheville.

A quick trip in and out of Las Vegas is definitely worth it.

As for California, I don't care for much of it south of San Francisco. San Fran is a great town, but expensive - much like everything in California. You should definitely make a stop somewhere in the redwoods in northern Cal. Even if you are not a nature person, the trees there are a must see.

Head up into Oregon and stop at Ashland, a good little town with friendly people. Continue on to Eugene and then north to Portland. All great places.

When you know which cities you intend to visit let us know. That way we can give you some specifics on different establishments that you should check out.