USA Travel Articles

What Is Your Budget Travel Tip for Someone Planning a Vacation in the States?
What Is Your Budget Travel Tip for Someone Planning a Vacation in the States? Finding indie travel opportunities doesn’t mean we need to cross a border or fly to another continent. There are endless possibilities in our own back yard. We just need to look carefully. When was the last time you took a train ride just for the joy of seeing the scenery roll by? How about packing your camping gear and spending some time in nature, relaxing and forgetting about your daily routine? Traveling to and within the States can be an expensive affair, but there are always ways to cut back costs. If you are from the USA, what is your budget travel tip for someone planning an American adventure? As for those planning a vacation to the States, a quick look at the map can make planning seem like a daunting task — so many places to see and things to experience. Maybe you’ve always dreamed of visiting New York with its famous Times Square, Central Park and Statue of Liberty. Or maybe you want to take a road trip on Route 66 or Highway 101 along the west coast. Perhaps you always wanted to hike the Grand Canyon.. » This week on BootsnAll: Articles you’ll read this week include Why We Decided to Road Trip Across Europe in a Self-Built Campervan , a guide to visiting the Mayan Ruins […]
This Week on BootsnAll: America the Beautiful
This Week on BootsnAll: America the Beautiful If there’s one thing all travelers have in common, it’s that we all share a desire to seek out new experiences and see more of the world. Unfortunately, many of us concentrate so hard on seeing “the world” that we ignore our own countries. And in the case of the United States, that means forsaking a pretty significant amount of land. The United States is so big, and – for a single country united under government, language and history – incredibly diverse. From sea to shining sea, there are big cities, small towns, sprawling suburbs and areas where you won’t see a house for miles. There are purple mountains majesty, rolling hills, flat plains, swamplands, beaches, deserts and forests. On the surface, one place in the US can look exactly the opposite of another. And when you look deeper, you’ll see that the differences can also extend to the culture, the customs, the food, and the way of life of a place. So this week on BootsnAll we’re exploring some of the appeals of traveling in the United States, celebrating the differences among cities and some of the amazing places to visit within the country. On Monday, we checked out some of the most popular national parks, and how you can visit them without all the crowds. On Tuesday, we’re […]