Tips for a U.S. Road Trip DO have a rough itinerary. I’m by no means suggesting that you should plot out anything strict or rigid, but rough itinerary of some sort will definitely help. You should have a good idea of what you’d like to do/see along the way, and perhaps even what stops you’d like to make. Not only will this help you figure out how much time you’ll need, but it will also help you budget accordingly. My sister and I figured out which city we’d spend each night in on our 20-day…
This is the ultimate US road trip for you to see each states famous landmarks! http://www.simplemost.com/here-is-the-ultimate-road-trip-across-the-united-states/?utm_campaign=social-account&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=organic&utm_content=pin-description
Planning to go on a little travel adventure this summer? Whether you are planning to drive across a state or across the continent, here is a road trip packing list of 50 essential items that you need to take with you.
This gorgeous travel photography takes you on a tour of the most amazing natural wonders in each state - who knows, your next vacation could be a family getaway across the nation or a roadtrip to a beautiful location in your own backyard!
15 Only in America Sight You'll See On Route 66 Road Trip. Add some of these to your bucket list if you're looking for some true adventure. And yes you will need a special map for Route 66 since some of the roards are no longer there.