Outside of Europe namely France and Spain which are the still the most popular destinations for the UK market the next most popular is Florida. Visitors flock to the centre of Florida to make homage to the multiple theme parks and associated tourist attractions that have been set up to capture this constant flow of visitors. Personally I must have visited the area over a … Continue reading Florida or just Orlando
A question that I am asked often is what is my favourite State and actually it isn’t a State at all. Probably because it is so iconic and easily recognised but to actually be there is something altogether different the answer has to be Washington D.C Every time I visited I discover more and more about this fascinating and prominent capital. The wide avenues and … Continue reading Washington DC – Max’s Favourite City
Click through these pages often for my tips and suggestions to inspire you to the best prepared trip to America. I am sharing my knowledge with you and how researching before you book via the web or phone you will be empowered to get the best value and the most out of your arrangements. Do I need a Visa to visit the USA? Getting your … Continue reading Max’s Tips & Suggestions
Pacific Coast Highway – SR (State Route) 1 or Highway 101 runs north to south for 655 miles (1055 km) along California’s coast. The section known as the Big Sur runs between St Luis Obispo and Carmel is an official Scenic Highway. It is scenically stunning with plenty of places to pull in and admire the views and access to beaches and parks. It does suffer with … Continue reading Pacific Coast Highway – 655 miles California Coast Leggett to Dana Point
So you have your flights sorted and your preferred sized car booked and paid for. I only use a search engine called Rental Cars now because they have consistently been the best value for the last 5 years or so. They also offer a price match which they honour even against their own rentals. Tip: Decide how many drivers your party actually need. If one brave … Continue reading Road Trip ….let’s go!
As you can see by now I have many years visiting the United States of America. These days getting good value flights are a challenge. In the mid 90’s airline offers were plentiful and often return fares of £99 were available to the East Coast. Actually the ticket cost of a flight can be only £35 or less but it has been the introduction of taxes by governments … Continue reading Getting your flights sorted