Wow!Looks like you are visiting all of USA huh?lol..I have compiled a list of beautiful spots/attraction in each of the states you've mentioned.
Minneapolis-Como Zoo, Mall of America, Lake Calhoun, Valleyfair Amusement Park and Walker Art Center & Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
North Dakota-Maah Daah Hey Trail, International Peace Garden, Frontier Fort and Wildlife Museum and Sully Creek State Park
South Dakota-Cosmos Mystery Area, Devil's Gulch, Porter Sculpture Park and 1880 Cowboy Town
Wyoming-Yellowstone, Medicine Bow Mountains, Grand Teton National Park and Grand Teton National Park
Montana-Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, Big Sky Resort and High Bridge
Washington-Pike Place Market, Woodland Park Zoo, Museum of Glass and Museum of Flight
Oregon-Oregon Coast Aquarium, Cottage Grove, Crater Lake National Park and # Crater Lake National Park
California-Hollywood, Golden Gate Bridge, Disneyland, California Ski Resorts and Lake Tahoe
Arizona-Grand Canyon, Mystery Castle, Lowell Observatory and Biosphere 2
Nevada- MGM Grand Lion Habitat, Bellagio Fountains, Mirage Volcano and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
i hope to see all the states, someday but its a long way to go still after this trip but i have set a goal, and i am not quiting before i have made ithehe
thanks for a great list i will post what i am planing before i leave, so you can see which sites i chose to see
great help so far thanks
First thing I thought of was The Badlands, it's probably right on the way. Mt. Rushmore, from what I remember, is a bit off the path and may not hold the same value to non-Americans. Still it's a very historic spot.
This group tends to recommend outdoor stuff, as you can see. But that's what you will get in that section of the country. Good idea to go to Vegas last because you will leave broke.
the first trip also ended in las vegas, and ur right we left broke,and we will probl do the same again, but its worth it
If I send you $5 will you put it on black for me?
thanx for all your help guys\girls
anyone else have something that is not mentioned
.....and my favorite for quirky sites along America's roads:
Hi, I know this is a slightly late post but I'm looking at doing something similar and was wondering how you're going to travel (are you planning on buying a cheap car/renting) as from what I've seen renting would be way too expensive for the distance/length of time I plan to travel, and I wasnt sure how easy it would be to buy
I got a great offer from my renting company, so i am gonna rent from alamo this time. and i dont have to think about the car breaking down, becouse the will get a new one for me at the spot, and i dont have to think about selling it either.we are renting 2 SUVs.
Its easy to buy a car there, but i am not so sure its easy to sell it again.. and i guess i save a some money if u manage to sell the car for the same amount you bought it for.
sorry for late response
[ Edit: Edited on 24-Nov-2010, at 23:58 by moland ]