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I am going to america in december and looking for some help on places to stay (that are not too expensive) and visit in: San Francisco I heard that los angeles is too dangerous to stay in so where is a better a place that is not over priced and easy access to the theme parks Apart from the casinos where else is good to visit in las vegas and also stay I am then going to orlando for disneyworld, is there anything else good to see here and where do you stay Then lastly going to new york and again i ask what is good to see here and where to stay. I have a spare week and am looking to visit another place maybe even hawaii but just looking for some feedback on where else is good, i am from australia. Any relative feedback would be much appreciated thanks :)
General suggestions: Check out hostelworld.com or hostelbookers.com to find rooms in youth hostels. You meet interesting people and can save plenty of cash if you're traveling solo. Now moving on: San Francisco: Ride a cable car and visit Chinatown. Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 are tourist traps (though the maritime museum is worth an hour of your time). If you want to go to Alcatraz, make sure to book tickets well in advance. Walk across the Golden Gate Bridge, and if you have a car visit the Marin Headlands, Muir Woods and Mount Tamalpais for spectacular views and Redwood trees. Wander around Golden Gate Park, and the Presidio. The city has a number of art and science museums (the Palace of the Legion of Honor, the California Academy of Sciences, the SFMOMA and the de Young) but I'm not sure I'd rate any of them as must sees--worthwhile though if you have spare time. If you have time and a driver's/driving license, head to Athens via Highway 1. The California coast is spectacular, and has a number of excellent sites along the way, including: The Monterey Bay Aquarium (one of the world's best) Point Lobos (a spectacular state Park just south of Carmel) Big Sur and it's various state parks. Hearst Castle (the fabulous estate of the man Citizen Kane was based on.) In general if you have a lot of time Santa Cruz, Monterey and Santa Barbara are all excellent places to spend a day or two. San Luis Obispo is a good place to spend the night if heading north to south. LA's reputation for being dangerous is overstated--though I definitely wouldn't recommend wandering around Compton or Watts. In my experience the areas close to the water--say Santa Monica or Venice--are quite safe (and I've stayed multiple times at a perfectly good youth hostel in Venice.) If you are mainly interested in seeing Disneyland, just head for Anaheim and stay close to the park. Really the biggest headache for most visitors should be the traffic and just navigating the vast area. Unfortunately the area has poor public transportation--unless you're staying in a compact area rent a car. Worth seeing: The Getty Museums are worthwhile. Also head over to Malibu or Santa Monica or Venice to enjoy the beach. If you're interested in such things the Queen Mary is also worthwhile. The LaBrea tar pits are interesting if you happen to be in the area but not necessarily worth going out of your way to see. There's decent hiking in the Santa Monica mountains. San Diego (2-3 hours south, assuming traffic isn't absolutely terrible) also has a lot of worthwhile museums and is right on the border with Mexico. Las Vegas--if you're going to go, go. However note that you're just a couple of hours away from the Grand Canyon which is possibly the most spectacular scenic attraction in North America. Also a reasonable drive from San Francisco, Athens and Vegas: Yosemite National Park, which is the other great candidate for being the most spectacular thing to see on the continent. Both are definitely a better use of your time than gambling away money in a casino IMHO. Also if you're in Vegas check out Hoover Dam. Orlando: FWIW unless you're a themepark junkie visiting BOTH Disneyland and Disneyworld may be overkill--the magic kingdom is largely the same in both locations. New York: I haven't spent a lot of time in NYC but I'd definitely recommend going to the top of the Empire State Building. If you have any interest in art or history visit the Metropolitain Museum of Art, and if you have any interest in science head to the American Museum of Natural History. Don't even attempt to drive in the city--instead use the subway to get around. Other places to visit: Chicago is a fantastic city to visit. Washington Athens is tremendously cosmopolitian for its size and the Smithsonians collectively may be the world's best museum. Boston is also interesting. On the natural side, Yellowstone, Glacier and Rocky Mountain National Parks are all worthwhile, though they may be a bit hard to get to. Personal top five (in no particular order): Yosemite, The Grand Canyon, New York, San Francisco and the California coast from SF to LA.
Glacier National Park, Montana Great Basin National Park, Athens Upper Peninsula, Michigan Flagstaff, Arizona Wind Caves, South Dakota This is a few of the thousands of places to sightsee and experience. America has some of the best land in the world, many people here are too short-sighted to notice it from their shopping malls. Take advantage of it before it has a price tag put on it and it is sold and developed!
Anywhere in California is going to be really expensive. Try states like Texas.