Discovering the USA: The great American road trip

To date, we’ve eaten our way halfway across North America – from the deli sandwiches and food trucks of New York City to poutine, pancakes and maple syrup in Canada, to pizza in Chicago. We’ve shopped at Target and Trader Joe’s, navigated subways above and below ground, and discovered the joys of Chipotle and apple cider. (Taco Bell and White Castle, however, we could take or leave.)

The thing that’s great about the US is the sheer variety on offer. Whether you want adventure, shopping, lakes, beaches, snow … you’ll be able to find it somewhere in America. We’ve had the privilege of experiencing big cities, small towns, rides through the countryside and mountains… As Brand USA reminds us, there’s so much to discover.

Ahead of us still lie the alluring New Orleans, the deserts of the southwest, the Grand Canyon (that is, of course, assuming the government situation resolves itself before then), the bright lights of Las Vegas, and the sunny West Coast. Moving away from the East Coast, we’re expecting to see big changes in the landscapes, the accents, and the culture. And that’s all part of the fun. The road trip continues!

This is a sponsored post, but opinions are my own.

One thought on “Discovering the USA: The great American road trip

  • Reply Untemplater October 10, 2013 at 18:31

    I love the West Coast. I want to go to New Orleans some day for a long weekend of jazz and cajun food. The Grand Canyon is still on my US travel list too. Have a great continued road trip!

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