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    Where in the US have you been that made you say "wow!"?

    I'm looking for inspiration for a 12 day visit in March with no car and I'll be on my own.

    Will probably visit two separate places, one of which will be San Fran.

    Looking for somewhere scenic and breath taking. Any opinions?


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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    Where in the US have you been that made you say "wow!"?

    I'm looking for inspiration for a 12 visit with no car.

    Will probably visit two separate places, one of which will be San Fran.

    Looking for somewhere scenic and breath taking. Any opinions?


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    12 days?
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    Centralia, Pennsylvania
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    12 days?
    Yes, thank you!


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    (Original post by Withengar)
    Centralia, Pennsylvania
    Why do you recommend it?


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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    Why do you recommend it?


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    Google it, you'll see.
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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    Where in the US have you been that made you say "wow!"?

    I'm looking for inspiration for a 12 day visit with no car.

    Will probably visit two separate places, one of which will be San Fran.

    Looking for somewhere scenic and breath taking. Any opinions?


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    Yellowstone National Park.
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    I did 13 days last year: NYC, Boston and Cape Cod with no car just plane/bus/taxi. Recommend Boston the most, and can't wait to go back.
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    VEGAS BABY!!! :danceboy:
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    florida!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by Withengar)
    Google it, you'll see.
    Yeah just did, I'll give it a miss, thanks. 😂


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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Yellowstone National Park.
    I've heard good things about Yellowstone. What are your favourite things about it?


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    (Original post by Jennie1987)
    I did 13 days last year: NYC, Boston and Cape Cod with no car just plane/bus/taxi. Recommend Boston the most, and can't wait to go back.
    I want to do Boston but it'll be freezing! I might do Boston in the summer though


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    (Original post by DeadEnd_96)
    VEGAS BABY!!! :danceboy:
    I'm not sure if Vegas will be as fun on my own :/


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    (Original post by aneesa15)
    florida!!!!!!!
    I'm doing Florida in May! Can't wait


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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    I want to do Boston but it'll be freezing! I might do Boston in the summer though


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    I went in October and it was very good, don't rule it out Boston now rather than Boston later is always best lol.
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    (Original post by Jennie1987)
    I went in October and it was very good, don't rule it out Boston now rather than Boston later is always best lol.
    Haha I like it! What's your favourite thing about Boston?


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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    Where in the US have you been that made you say "wow!"?

    I'm looking for inspiration for a 12 day visit in March with no car and I'll be on my own.

    Will probably visit two separate places, one of which will be San Fran.

    Looking for somewhere scenic and breath taking. Any opinions?


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    In Chicago I went to the Willis towers (I think they're called), there's some cool glass box you can stand in and look all the way down. Planes were also flying at like eye level (well they were elevating but it was cool to see them at that level for a while)
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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    Where in the US have you been that made you say "wow!"?

    I'm looking for inspiration for a 12 day visit in March with no car and I'll be on my own.

    Will probably visit two separate places, one of which will be San Fran.

    Looking for somewhere scenic and breath taking. Any opinions?


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    If you're in California, Yosemite National Park is amazing. Not sure how you'd get there without a car - there might be organised tours?

    Someone else has suggested Vegas - it's easy to get to, via air, from San Fran. While there you could take a day trip to the Grand Canyon - it's one place that has genuinely made me go 'Wow!'. It's not super-close to San Fran, but then if you've already made the trip from the UK to the West Coast, then really it's not so far

    Chicago is also fabulous, I absolutely loved it.
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    (Original post by PlaneCrazy001)
    Haha I like it! What's your favourite thing about Boston?


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    The historical architecture, up to Cambridge for Harvard, it's all amazing and full of unique buildings to visit. We were there tues to sat and still had things left to do PLUS you can go to Converse and design your own shoes!

    Oh and cos of good wind tunnels our flight only took like 25 minutes from NYC no joke, plus you look like you're landing on water because the airport is built into the water.
 
 
 
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