I have not got a clue where to go in USA this summer and was wondering if I ccould get some inspiration from you,
I have done all the west coast including south califorina up to the nappa valley. I have also done the grand circle route in an RV which was fun. I have also done lake Michigan But...
I dont know what is to do on the east coast or anywhere else in USA,
Please get back with some fun things to do.
Hi, Have you given any thought to The historic triangle in Virginia? If you make your "home base" Williamsburg, Virginia, you get the whole kit and kaboodle. This means, Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestowne, and Yorktown. Big doings there this year, as the 400 year anniversary of the founding of Jamestowne started last fall. The big weekend is May 11-13. Google Jametown Virginia, or Colonial Williamsburg, you will find lots of info. Queen Elizabeth II will be there in early May. We are going again. I love that place, so much to do and see. So much history!! Plus, if you get tired of that, they have Busch Gardens and Water Country. I never tire of it, so I just do the history stuff. Check it out, you might be pleasantly surprized. If you do go, Have a great time. I know I will.
East coast? New York or Boston would be the best bet for you.
Agree on the E. Coast. Absolutely stunning. You could even go into Nova Scotia and PEI. Nice one. Not sure how much time you have but you could start N. and head S. to the Keys.
I love CA and go there a few times a year.
I guess I just love the west in general.
If you don't mind the heat...Phoenix is great and you can find 5 star places for 2 star prices. Dry heat is not all that bad.
Also if you want to travel around in the west...start and end in Salt Lake City its great and you can stay at fancy ski places for a fraction of what it would cost in season...and its beautiful too.
Hello there Dunc. Have you ever been to Kansas? I am not saying you should go there - but I am planning a trip there later this year (oct) and wonderered what it was like, what's to do and see, how easy is it to get around without a car? What's public transport like etc.
Any information appreciated. Julia