With plenty to see and experience in the US, it can be hard to come up with an itinerary that covers all of the bases. Temperature extremes, cultural differences, and value for money all have an influence. The USA west Coast has more to offer than most destinations. A variety of things to do, see, and eat are awaiting the traveller.

Some of the top things to do on the West Coast:

Seattle: You’d struggle to miss it to be honest, but the Pike Place Market wont disappoint. With the worlds first Starbucks (its better coffee than you might expect..), and the local delicacy being Clam Chowder in sourdough bread, your stomach is well catered for. The market is famous for its fish, but probably not overly practical for tourists..

San Francisco: Needs  no introduction. With Alcatraz, the golden Gate Bridge, Fishermans Warf, and the world famous Lombard Street. One of the more spectacular things to see are the Giant Redwoods in Muirs Woods. A small number of redwoods that survived are …well….giant. Likely the biggest trees you will see. Alternativel;y, on a larger and better scale, Redwood National Park (not in San Fran, but still in CA) will put you in your place, with trees over 2000 years old..

Vegas: What happens in Vegas quite often doesn’t stay in Vegas, so behave !…to be serious though, its cheesy, tacky and apart from The Strip, not much to do, but you will love it ! – if you’re not into bright lights and shows, use it as an opportunity to visit the Grand Canyon; spectacular. Even better, is to take a helicopter ride. Its significantly cheaper than doing the same type of thing in AUS or NZ.

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