Tour in Los Angeles, San Fransisco and Las Vegas next july

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1. Posted by kamal75 (Budding Member 6 posts) 14y Star this if you like it!

Hi everyone,

I ll travel to Los Angeles, san fransisco and Las Vegas in july (it will be a tour). If anyone
wanna to share this travel, let me know. By the way, this is just my first plan, I can change
it if some suggest another for travelling in USA, because really I hate to travel alone.

Of course, if you have any suggestion about travel to USA, we can discuss it. Who know,
may be, I ll change my program.

I post this topic to look for some travels to be my mates in this tour. We can really do
contact till the date of departure.

All the best,

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2. Posted by madmaxine (Budding Member 4 posts) 14y Star this if you like it!

hey where are you from?

as an american who's been to all three places, i would say las vegas is not the best place to visit unless you just want to gamble away your travel money. san fran is cool and los angeles has many sites to see.

i would skip las vegas because there is not much to see outside of the casinos and the nice restaurants.

there are so many other great cities to see on the west coast...

3. Posted by Rez (Budding Member 2 posts) 14y Star this if you like it!

I agree. I live in California, and we make trips to Las Vegas only when in the stupid mood to go drink and lose all our money.. and I think that lasts all of about 24hours before we're pawing our way out. I've lived in California for over 15 years and STILL haven't seen all it has to offer. Go for the coastal areas (san diego, santa monica, santa barbara, san francisco, napa, sanoma, big sur...) and you wont go wrong!

4. Posted by Peter (Admin 6632 posts) 14y Star this if you like it!

Hi, I tend to agree. Las Vegas has amusement value for about a day before it starts to become a real drag (I think they should rename it 'the drag', not 'the strip'). It is however kind of fun to see - just don't spend too much time there. I have hardly seen anything of California, but had a great time there a couple of weeks ago. San Francisco is full of stuff to do and driving along the coast there (Big Sur as suggested) is really very beautiful. Monterey is nice to visit. You can also see some nice national parks (Giant Sequioa, Yosemite, Joshua Trees, etc..) and really enjoy some of the stuff that America does best if you ask me - magnificent scenery!! I guess if your tour is taking you to these cities though, you will be driving through some of that scenery.

Cheers, Peter