From sea to
shining sea it's 3,000 miles wide and, with so many things to
do and famous places to visit, it would take several lifetimes
to see it all.
Just up ahead,
check out feature stories with valuable information on what to
see and do in America The Beautiful this summer or holiday season,
along with guides to major travel hubs and attractions by US
state or major city, with
budget tips and special interest travel guides, beach excursions,
winery tours, and lots more ...
Sure, there are the Crown Jewels in London and Paris has Notre
Dame, but for dramatic color, light, and sheer awesome beauty
nothing beats the US National Parks. Take a tour of the most
visited national parks in America with tips on how to get
in, and what to see and do ....
There are amazing rides and entertainment, but most families
still don't know about the many free or reasonably priced
activities that are on offer in their world class family-centered
resorts. Here are some of the best ....
Now more than ever, major tourist destinations, hotels and
airlines are realizing the economic power of the over-55
crowd and are making a special point of offering bargain
travel discounts to lure the senior adventurer....
Visit the USA - From
sea to shining sea, with a clickable map to all 50 U.S. state offices of tourism,
each vying for your attention with colorful photos, facts and figures, tours and
Byways - Hop
in the car and take the scenic route to the best off-the-beaten path adventures
in America, including trip ideas with complete itineraries, maps and directions
courtesy of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
America - The interesting guide to America with links and descriptions
to some of the oddest tourist attractions you're likely to find throughout all
50 states, plus a motley collection of strange tourism news, fun monthly updates,
by Rail - Train travel guides on sale here, but continue on to the free
online visitors guide with concise info on when to visit, where to go, food and
restaurants (what are hash browns?), plus a short guide on U.S. money.
That's bucks, dude.