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With flights costing around 120USD (with Norwegian) from Oslo to Fort Lauderdale, and onwards (with Spirit) in the Carribean for next to nothing I decided to travel that route and add some days in Florida while I was at it. Little did I know about the city other than it being famous for its warm...
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The highlight of our Los Angeles San Fransisco trip was for many of us to hike in the Yosemite Valley. Our first glimse of the valley we got at tunnelview where we could see all the way to the waterfall. Some minutes later we were on the shuttlebus to the trail. It was a good...
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Driving a car is the best way to travel in Europe, or like in our case, let the G Adventures guide drive it for you. Roads are wide, parking spots are spacious and plentyful and there are drive ins catering for every need (even including weddings!). We have spent a minimum of three hours on...
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Our last couple of days in the US was well spent in San Franasisco. When we arrived we were left to explore the harbour and the Fishermans Warf on our own for a bit before boarding a catamaran sail boat that would take us out to Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Having a long...
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Being on a famil trip with work, where you have all expenses covered and going to Las Vegas is a dangerous combination. We were having drinks by the pool at the hotel we were staying at, The Golden Nugget, when our tour leader told us that she had yet another surprise planned for us. She...
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Last time I went to Grand Canyon, seven years ago I was traveling with someone who was in a rush and I only got half a day to explore the Canyon Rim from above. This time we got two days which was a much better time to get the full grasp of how massive it...
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Even though we were not supposed to leave Palm Springs before 10 o’clock everyone was up around 6 as we were still jet lagged and decided to do a american diner breakfast before hanging out by the pool before departure. First up the program was visiting the National Park of Joshua Tree, where we got...
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Waking up at 5.30 we were all packed and ready by 6. It was a good call starting early as we had quite a bit ahead of us. We shot off South to Dana Point, where the Cali Camp crew was awaiting us. The surf guides seemed stoked to go surfing and drove us down...
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Right after touchdown at LAX we headed straight to HI Santa Monica to check in at our quiet hostel, then we grabbed some bikes from a rental around the corner and was off exploring. Santa Monica was a great base with lots of shops, cafés etc around and the best was cycling down the beach...
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The last few days had been spent living in a small bubble called Waikiki and before picking up our Chrysler 200 Convertible rental car, we had no idea what there even was to see at the rest of the island. The only things we had already done was the compulsory hiking trip up Diamond Head...
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Waikiki is the most touristy city, in the most touristy island in Hawaii and is located directly by the beach just half an hour from Honlulu International Airport. The city is not that big, and Waikiki beach can easily be walked several times in a day. All these things describing a place that I normally...
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It is a real pitty that most of the historic “Route 66” does no longer exist. But there are many other good driving routes to follow, like the highway alternative   I have previously written a blog post with general car rental tips for the untrained minds, but figured that it would also be good...
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  First off, I would have to share with you something that I learned just recently: The nickname of Chicago, the Windy City, does not come from the cold winds blowing from Lake Michigan. The Windy City refers to all the wonderful things that were said about Chicago all over the United States at the...
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After about an hour of driving North of Los Angeles, we reached our final destination of our road trip, which was Santa Barbara. Our expectations for the city were high, as we had heard about the great beaches the city had to offer, and the warm weather which made it possible to grow wine grapes...
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If you look along the roads, while you are driving into the City of Angeles, you start seeing palms and nice big buildings until you reach Venice Beach in the West of Los Angeles. Even though it is the second biggest city in the United States, you do not feel any of the stress that...
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When driving from Milwaukee to Los Angeles, we decided to take a small detour to see the Grand Canyon. The national park is located in Arizona, around a four hours drive from Las Vegas, and costs 25$ per car to enter. The entrance fee gives you a free information folder with a map and free...
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When driving through Nevada, there were not much to see, besides dessert and some tumble- weeds flying over the roads. The city of Las Vegas shows up very suddenly and almost unexpected, as it is not built much up before you reach the city, like Los Angeles or other American cities. The city has plenty...
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As most people already know, the legendary Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles does not exist in full anymore, but there are many other roads that can be driven between the two cities. Last weekend I took the quickest alternative, a straight 40 hour long drive where I got to see the landscape shift...
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