What is the ideal 1 (one) month in US for you personally? I am going in July.

What is the ideal 1 (one) month in US for you personally?

I am going in July. I am thinking 1 week in Hawaii, New York and the rest around Cali/rockies.

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    3 days in New York City is plenty.

    Maui in Hawaii is amazing. That would be the best island for a first time trip. A week is perfect.

    If you do California, rent a car. Fly in and out of LAX, but don't stay in LA. Stay in Orange County. Take a roadtrip up route 1 to San Francisco. Stop along the way in Santa Barbara, Big Sur, Carmel, and Monterrey.

    Colorado is amazing too. I really liked Telluride, Durango and Ouray.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      thanks anon. Isnt there anything good to do around New York? Is Boston or DC worth seeing?

      Its unlikely I will go to Hawaii again so I want to try and do more of it, maybe add a bit of time. How do you travel between islands, flights?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        It depends what you want to do in NYC. I'd focus on museums and landmarks, you can take the trains and get around quick. Take the 7 express from Manhattan all the way east to the last stop in Queens and you can hang out in a chinatown right next to LaGuardia, probably the nicest (and cheapest) part of the city imo.

        Boston is for historygays, DC has the Smithsonian museums which are cool as well as the government buildings you've seen a million times on TV or in the movies but the city is overall terrible

        short jump air travel is the number 1 way to get around Hawaiian islands, but everything people wanna do is on Oahu. Big island is p empty.

        The best part of the USA is out west. Glacier national park, Yellowstone, Big Bend, that earlier mentioned California trip. Our cities are shit, our geography is cool.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          ok cool
          >biv island
          what about volcanoes

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        DC is worth 2 full days just to do the free museums and memorials. Georgetown and Great Falls are both must sees in DC. The metro is really easy and cheap to get around the city. The whole area around the museums closes down at 5. It's an awesome city to skate around in if you're into skateboarding. Everything is made of marble. Watching the kayakers go over great falls is fricking insane.

        Free shit in DC
        National Galley of Art
        Air and Space
        Natural History
        Lincoln Memorial
        Jefferson Memorial
        The Freer

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          I've been wanting to do a D.C. trip. Is it hard to get a tour of the capitol/white house?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Cannot recommend Maui more. I’m here for the second time.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      A week in Maui sounds about right. I loved the place. I've never heard anyone express any regrets about going there.

      Don't count on driving very far on Route 1. It's a beautiful road, but washes out periodically. I thought Santa Barbara was hellish, but that's probably just a matter of taste. "Big Sur" is a huge region, and unless you're camping, you probably won't see much of it. Carmel is a cute little boutique town, and Monterrey is its ugly older sister for the plebes. Stay out of San Francisco proper unless you have a death wish.

      Colorado is nice, as long as you stick to the mountains. East Colorado might as well be Indiana.

      The bottom line is that anywhere can be ideal, as long as you have money.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Lol why the frick would anyone ever want to come to this shithole?

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Spend more time in Hawaii either Maui or big island and minimize New York, there is nothing there you cannot do in other major cities that have it better and more hygenic

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Start in Cape Cod or Martha's Vineyard. See some of the New Hampshire mountains. Go to NYC. Go down to D.C. High tail is southwards to Miami and the keys. Do a deep South road trip, notably stopping to visit New Oreleans. Do some touristy sight-seeing stuff in Texas but only while you're driving through it because that state isn't actually that interesting. Visit the grand canyon. Go skiing in Colorado. And finish up in California.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >NH
      will it be Autumn by late August? looks beautiful
      >deep south
      How safe is it?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        The south is fricking gay and largely unsafe. The best part of the continental US is New England, the Rockies, and the pacnw.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          The southwest is an incredibly kino and underrated area. I drove up from Santa Fe to Colorado, and it was beautiful.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >will it be Autumn by late August?
        No. It's still hot everywhere in the US until our labor day, at least. Maybe late September in northern New England, maybe.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >How safe is it?
        I'll be blunt and tell you that it's only black areas that are dangerous. But they're still serious about enforcing laws there, so it's actually safer than places like NYC, D.C., and L.A. I'd be way more vigilant in one of those cities than on a road trip through the rural South.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I like Hawaii, but not when it's summer in the contiguous US. Maximize the warmth by visiting other states, then come to Hawaii when it gets too cold.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    NYC is boring unless you're a partying normalgay. Tokyo is the only city on planet Earth that's fun if you're not gonna party and do stuff like that, period. Don't spend a week in NYC. Just visit central park, times square, empire state building, and miscellaneous things like museums or whatever. Statue of liberty is boring.

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    If I rent a car and go on a month long road trip around the western part of the US, what should I expect in terms of budget? All I need other than the car and gas is a safe place to sleep and some simple food.

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Which is better, Sequoia or Redwood?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      redwoods. Camping on the coast with the tallest trees on earth at your back is an otherworldy experience

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