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Need help knowing how and where to travel in usa please

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1. Posted by katekatekate777 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 4y

Hi I am an 18 year old Australian and am planning on travelling to the USA next year. Am planning on arriving at the very beginning of March and travelling for 2 months before I leave to work in Canada.
I am planning on doing it as cheap as possible whilst still enjoying myself. I am quite aware it will still be quite expensive.
I do not know all that much about where to go in America. This is why I am writing this, my question to you is where should I go? What route should I take? What should I do? What are the must sees? How should I travel and where should I stay? I am aware I am being extremely vague in what I want to do/see and not giving you much to go on and I apologise for that! I honestly just dont know where to go or what to see! I do want to see a baseball game and an ice hockey game ( if they are in season at the time i am there) I also have a great interest in History, so any major historical sites would be great. I also owuld love to see the Grand Canyon. I want to get a true sense of America as I have never been there before. I understand it wil be impossible to see it all in 2 months, I will return at a later date to travel more but for now what should I see for my first time there?
I am hoping to end my trip in New York and flying to Canada from there.
I will be 19 years old, travelling alone, trying to do it on the cheaper side and travelling in March and April, please give me as many suggestions as possible! I need help in planning this trip as I have never travelled before and need help! Any help will be appreciated! Thankyou in advance! :)

2. Posted by Ravinder10 (Budding Member 7 posts) 4y

I too will be interested in the replies to this thread as I hope to travel across the USA in July/August this year hopefully.

3. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru 1818 posts) 4y

Pop over to the Fodors forum. Most of the people there seem to be Americans and will speak with local knowledge.

It is a BIG country. You are not going to see much in 2 months so don't try to do too much. Think of flying between destinations as distances can be great and long bus journeys often take boring routes.