The east coast has some of the most popular sightseeing destinations in the USA, with major cities along Interstates I-95 like Portland, Boston, New York City, Baltimore, Washington DC, and Miami. Nearby, you can also find Cape Cod, Acadia National Park, the Jersey Shore, Outer Banks, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and Hilton Head Island. If you’re heading out on the open road in the US, an east coast road trip is the perfect well rounded experience for its beaches, historical sites, major cities, and beautiful scenery! The country also offers one of the longest white sand coastlines in the world, one of its many tourist attractions. So, if you’re looking for a tropical getaway and still don’t have a destination in mind, odds are you’ll find something you like in the Philippines.

Pre-paid phone cards. If the person travelling is a loved one you want to stay in touch with, pre-paid phone cards are the way to go. They make an especially thoughtful gift for student travellers who might be travelling on a budget. This gifts also puts parents minds at ease. Nothing drops a hint that you want your kids to stay in touch with you like giving them pre-paid phone cards for travelling.

I woke up at the Romanian frontier where in time honoured rail tradition a policeman checks our passports and takes them away. The border between Romania and Bulgaria is a massive flood plain and the Danube itself with a big metal Cold War bridge stretching over it, more than two kilometres long. On the other side we stop again and a Bulgarian policewoman repeats the passport process. On the platform a woman wearing rubber gloves writes our carriage number in her notebook. I wonder what her job is, but am afraid to ask. The Romanian locomotive was detached here and heads back to Bucharest. A new Bulgarian engine will power the two carriages to Sofia. The crappy carriage is still with us, and it’s empty. Other than luck I’m not sure how you would avoid getting a seat in it. The only possible ticketing difference is that it is not air conditioned.

Hi Prescilla! You have to write to the U.S. Embassy or send an e-mail to them, asking about what you need for bringing your dog with you to Hawaii. You can send an e-mail as well, to the Bureau of Animals in Hawaii, asking exact information you have to accomplish about your travel with your dog to their country. You can even google the information. I am sure that they will tell you what kind of vaccination your dog needs. The important documents (like your dogs passport) that you will need for your dog, will be shown to the Bureau of Animals in the airport. I hope I have help you a little. Good luck!

However, there are so many wonderful parks and natural wonders in Calfornia, that I hope that you are able to take advantage of them in ways that fit in with your husband’s need to be near certain medical facilities. Thanks again for writing and for your up votes!

Travelling east it’s possible to get to Budapest in less than 24 hours. After Munich things slow down, and in my view get much more pleasurable. I would commend travel to Central and Eastern Europe by train. I have recently found a new place in my heart for German beer, for Hungarian wine, and for Romanian cafe culture. I have found the trains to be reliable, safe and great to meet local people and admire the scenery of their countries. In Western Europe I think people have the wrong perception of newer EU members as they might just see migrants in their own country. Travel there and you find amazing cities, culture and heritage that isn’t perhaps well represented in the media back at home.