United States Travel Guide

Welcome to America!

The United States encompass some of the world’s greatest sights: the Grand Canyon, Yosemite National Park, Yellowstone, the skyscrapers of New York City, the Statue of Liberty, the magic of Hollywood, & the great forests of the Pacific Northwest.  America is impossible to categorize ~ impossible to pin down.  She’s too vast & too filled with diverse places & people to ever fully grasp.  Welcome to your United States Travel Guide…

And America is home to some of the world’s best road trips imaginable: from the classic Route 66, to the Thelma & Louise territory of the great Southwest, to my personal favorite ~ Highway 1 in California from Santa Barbara all the way up to one of my favorite places in the world, Carmel.  For a freedom-loving people who love the open road, there are few things better than hopping in a car for a classic U.S. road trip.  The road before you is long, & the sights to see are never-ending.  

United States Travel Overview!

  • Safety = Statistically speaking, the U.S. is in the middle of the pack 85%
  • Cost = Fairly expensive relative to the rest of the world 85%
  • Adventures = Everywhere!!! You can do it all in the States: sky-dive, rock-climb, ski, swim…you name it. 100%
  • How Safe I Felt as a Female Traveler = Generally I feel safe in the States 90%
  • Transportation = Planes, Trains, & Automobiles! 100%

United States Travel

  • United States in One Word = Big.
  • United States in One More Word = Diverse. 
  • Wi-Fi = Wi-Fi readily available throughout the States, unless in remote areas.
  • Global Peace Ranking = #103 out of 163 countries = Right in the middle of the pack.  Most big cities have neighborhoods to be wary of; ask for advice from locals or your hotel/hostel.
  • Hotels = United States travel is reasonably expensive relative to the rest of the world.  Hotels range from luxury to Motel 6 ~ but most Motel 6’s will cost you at least $70/night.
  • Must-Do’s = Visit the Grand Canyon.  Walk down Hollywood Blvd & see stars.  Climb the Empire State Building.  Snorkel in Hawaii.  Climb a fourteen’er in Colorado.  The list in America is endless. 
  • Is the U.S. Good for Solo Travelers = Yes & no.  America isn’t as fond of hostels as Europe is, which makes finding budget accommodations tricky.  Camping is a more affordable option, especially in off-seasons.
  • What to Expect as a Female Traveler = Most Americans you meet will be reasonably friendly, if not a bit preoccupied.  Be on guard in major cities & know which areas to avoid.  
  • Would I Go Back = Well, I technically live here, so… : )

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