Fun In The USA
Just because you're on a budget, doesn't mean you have to forgo a fun vacation. Instead, plan a road trip for you, your family or your friends to one of these must-see sites across the country.
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Texas Hill Country
For a memorable vacation there's nothing like exploring the rolling and rugged hills of limestome and granite in Texas Hill Country, Texas. Nearby cities like Austin add a cultural-flair to the otherwise rough-n-tumble terrain.
New Orleans, LA
There's so much more to New Orleans than Hurricane Katrina. It's home to some of the most influential and ground-breaking jazz artists in the country as well as the annual Mardi Gras festival. Visiting for Cinco De Mayo is another fun option.
This subtropical wetland, located in Florida, stretches from Orlando to Lake Okeechobee in the south and is home to some of the coolest swamp-life in the country (no Shrek, but hundreds of birds, alligators and crocodiles).
Parts of America were founded on mining and nitty-gritty hard labor. So a stop by this historic town (and National Historic Landmark) is a must for anyone wanting to learn more about the country. You'll get to explore old mines, deserted "ghost" towns and small off-the-map villages.
Wild canyons. Eroded peaks. And amazing wildlife. There's so much to explore in this stunning region of Wyoming-South Dakota (including the famed Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse monuments).
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