I am travelling with a u-haul trailer and I am trying to find a place to stay where my car and/or trailer will not get broken into. Moving to St. Louis and will be living near Forest Park. Don't mind staying far away for one night, however, before moving in.
Hi, I'm off to LV for the week, visiting family and I enjoy dancing and good music more than gambling. Shows are expensive, too. Any ideas for good places to hear R&B or Django jazz? Or how about Lindy or east coast swing dancing?
Would love meeting up with locals over drinks - where do they go?
We have planned out our time in Alaska with the exception of the part around choosing either Seward with kayaking at the Aialik Glacier or Valdez with kayaking at Prince William Sound.
We arrive in Anchorage at 6am in June and the options we are deciding between are:
1. Day 1 Drive to Seward, maybe do a glacier hike at Exit Glacier. Day 2 take the all day water taxi / glacier paddling to Aialik glacier (Liquid Adventures). Day 3 return through Anchorage and drive up to Healy for 2 nights to visit Denali NP. Day 4 shuttle to Wonder Lake in Denali NP. Day 5 drive to Tok. Day 6 drive to Kluane NP, day 6 drive to Haines.
2. Day 1 Drive to Healy to visit Denali NP. Day 2 shuttle to Wonder Lake in Denali NP. Day 3 drive to Valdez. Day 4 glacier paddling to Columbia glacier in PWS. Day 5 drive to Tok. Day 6 drive to Kluane NP, day 6 drive to Haines.
From what we have read, Seward has more wildlife but while the paddling at Aialik may be better it is definitely more expensive, though there may be a reason for this I.e it is better?. We miss out of the scenic Glenn Highway and Richardson Highway.
If we skip Seward and go to Valdez the drive appears to be more scenic but maybe we are sacrificing wildlife and the glacier paddling doesn't seem as good or hyped up.
If anyone has done these 2 variations of itinerary we would really appreciated input as it is hard to sort out the best option with tradeoffs... driving scenery versus best paddling versus wildlife etc. Also the road conditions, Glenn and Richardson Highway to Tok or around Fairbanks, Alaska Highway to Tok.
After Haines, we are dropping the car (one way hire with Avis) and travelling on the AMHS to Juneau, Gustavus (for Glacier Bay), Sitka, Wrangell and Ketchikan. We are not sure if what we may see in the second part of the trip changes which of the options we are best to do out of Anchorage.
I was thinking to go to Yellowstone in my vacations, but I don´t know what visit first, any recomendation?
I also want to go America because a friend of mine tell me that I can buy Blankets, Throws with a nice design and compleately ecological, but I don´t remember the name of the firm it begin with "E".... I think
Is there a lounge area for overnighting in the airport in Honolulu?
Just hoping if anyone could recommend a nice, good value hotel / motel / B&B with a good view of the mountains. We are staying 1 night in the area on our way to Georgia this month and I want a nice but inexpensive place to rest for the night. We are in our Mid-20s and love the outdoors. Thank you!
Hi 3 friends and myself are heading to Myrtle beach at the end of the month to work. We have a motel confirmed but are trying to find a condo/apartment with cooking facilities etc. Also we are confused about Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Which one would be better for j1 students in terms of nightlife,jobs,accommodation....
Is north myrtle beach more of a golf/upclass resort? We are finding it hard to get accommodation in the main myrtle beach area. Any info greatly appreciated.
My wife and I will be attending the graduation at the State University in Ithaca, NY. Would anyone know if they have a fairly economical hotel within the campus? We would need accommodation for the dates of:
May 17 and May 18, 2013.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
We will be visiting disneyland and legoland in June of this year... we are great fans of lego and anticipate purchasing lego while we are there. Disneyland is our first stop.. does anyone know if prices are compariable at the lego shop disney or from legoland itself. Donna
Hello, Austin folks! We are going to be in town over the 4th of July. What's the best bet for fireworks? Also, we'll be staying downtown because our 16-yr-old son is going to a gaming thing at the Convention Center. Do we need a car to see the best that Austin has to offer? We'll be there from the 3rd to the 9th.
Thanks for any info and recommendations!
Coming for 5 days in may and bringing my well behaved mutt. Found a great place to stay in St. augustine Beach and was wondering if any one could point me to any recommended pet friendly restaurants and also are there any stretches of beach in the area that allow off leach dogs
A few friends and I are vacationing out to Denver and need some insight on the best place to stay for guys in there early 20s. Specifically an area with a good vibe and nightlife. I heard downtown denver is good place to research.
We plan on hiking, going to coors field, and Red Rocks amphitheater. Any other ideas for things to do would also be great!
where in this town can we go 4 wheeling? We atver's pay the same amount to register 4 wheelers as do the snowmobiles. then we try to use them on the trails, only to have an over zealous police give tickets and outragous fines. is this town just completly atv unfriendly. my riding friends and i have removed downed trees and branches filled mud holes and helped with making the trails we use better. is this small community forgetting we can all share the land and are we getting away from the small town be friendly to other neighbors with respect for one anothers I've meet two officers in the past two years that have seam to come out of marine boot camp that though my prospective, would rather or think they allready do, work in the bronks or some other crime ridden inner city. bring back LIVE FREE OR DIE. BY the way this was written by A middle age (maybe a little more than middle aged ) man. late 40's and agreed with in discussion with by the other guys I ride with thru our disscussions who are talking about going eithr farther north or Maine where life is a little more laid back. Which I thought what the great outdoors was about
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