Travel in the U.S.

Domestic Destinations     

While we haven’t made our goal of visiting all of the 50 states, we are well on our way.  Here are some of the places we’ve been.

Arizona-I grew up in Tempe, so I have basically visited the entire Phoenix metropolitan area.  Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, Payson, Prescott, and Tucson as well.

California-We lived in San Diego for 7 years, so we are very familiar with the area if you have any questions about tourist attractions there.  We have also visited Carmel, Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles, Orange County, and Sacramento, San Francisco, San Simeon, Santa Barbara, and Solvang.

Colorado-Beaver Creek, Denver, and Estes Park.

Florida-Cocoa Beach and Orlando

Georgia-Atlanta, Madison, Savannah

Hawaii-Maui

Illinois-Chicago, Starved Rock State Park

Indiana-Indianapolis, South Bend

Iowa-Davenport, Dubuque

Kansas-Kansas City

Kentucky-Louisville

Louisiana-New Orleans

Massachusetts-Boston

Michigan-Holland, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Traverse City

Missouri-Branson, St. Louis

Nevada-Las Vegas, North Lake Tahoe, Reno

New Mexico-Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos

New York-New York City

North Carolina-Raleigh

Oklahoma-Oklahoma City

South Carolina-Charleston

Tennessee-Nashville

Texas-Austin, San Antonio

Washington-Seattle, Snoqualmie Falls

Wisconsin-Lake Geneva, Milwaukee, Waukesha

3 comments on “Travel in the U.S.

  1. We are going to Estes Park this summer. Where did you stay? Is the Stanley worth it? We are only going to be there for a day and 1/2.

    • We did stay at The Stanley! Definitely worth it. The property is amazing with phenomenal views of Rocky Mountain National Park. I would recommend requesting a room with a view on a higher floor. There is a great big porch that runs along the front of the hotel. So nice for lazy summer afternoons. The food was delicious and there is a great patio in the back for al fresco dining. We didn’t try this, but they also offer “Haunted Tours” if that is something that might interest you.
      We also enjoyed a long walk (or you could take a bike ride) along Lake Estes. It is a beautiful place for an impromptu picnic. Have a great trip!

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