USA coast to coast
June - July 2016 | Route


Los.Angeles:

How did I get here?

From Las Vegas - US
By MegaBus

What am I visiting?
- Universal Studio
- Hollywood Boulevard
- TLC Theatre
- Santa Monica
- Venice beach

Where am I staying?

HI Hostel
1436 2nd St.
Santa Monica, CA
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JULY 13, 2016
Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of the world, a cultural mecca boasting more than 100 museums, and a paradise of good weather. From tourist attractions like the Walk of Fame’s collection of stars to career opportunities like those presented in the expanding tech industry, Los Angeles is the place to be.

With various museums and exhibits, Los Angeles is full of inspiring art and diverse cultural experiences. It has more museums and theatres than any other city in the U.S., making it the perfect place to be immersed in arts and culture.

Southern California is famous for its near-perfect weather and Los Angeles has plenty of outdoor activities to allow visitors to enjoy the sunshine.
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Las.Vegas:

How did I get here?

From San Antonio - US
By Greyhound

What am I visiting?
- Fremont Experience
- Mob Museum
- Circus Circus
- Neon Museum
- Bellagio

Where am I staying?

Golden Gate Hotel
1 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JULY 6, 2016
Las Vegas is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World for a reason: there's something to entertain visitors of all types. While it's true most people come to the city to gamble or see one of its lavish productions, there are plenty of attractions to entertain and educate guests as well.

Las Vegas may be known for its extravagant shows, but there are plenty of things for visitors on a budget to enjoy, too. In fact, some of the city's top attractions, like the Fountains of Bellagio and the volcano at The Mirage, don't cost a thing to watch!

Other attractions, like Madame Tussauds with its wax figures, are reasonably priced so families can enjoy them together. Cultural attractions are thriving thanks to various art galleries and museums, and let's not forget the desert playground itself.
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San.Antonio:

How did I get here?

From New Orleans - US
By MegaBus

What am I visiting?
- River Walk
- Alamo
- Alameda Museum
- S.Fernando Cathedral
- Brackenridge Park

Where am I staying?

Days Inn Hotel
902 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JULY 3, 2016
Located in southern Texas, San Antonio is the gateway to the American Southwest, and the cradle of Texas liberty. This beautiful city of over one million still retains a small-town feel, even though it's home to five Texas universities and many high-tech corporations.

San Antonio is one of America's oldest cities, settled first by missionaries from Spain. No other city in Texas reflects the state's Mexican heritage better than San Antonio. Famous for the Alamo, River Walk, Sea World, and its Tejano culture, San Antonio is a major tourist attraction.

The City of San Antonio is home to fine art museums, historic Spanish missions, amusement parks, great dining and a vibrant culture. Fiesta Week, a yearly celebration in San Antonio, is all about parades along the River Walk.
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New.Orleans:

How did I get here?

From Orlando - US
By MegaBus

What am I visiting?
- Garden District
- The Warehouse
- French Quarter
- Audubon Parks
- St. Louis Cathedral

Where am I staying?

The Atlas House
1354 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JUNE 30, 2016
New Orleans is located in southeastern Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. It’s world-famous for its abundance of unique architectural styles which reflect the city's historical roots and multicultural heritage.

Many styles of housing exist in the city, including the shotgun house and the bungalow style. Creole townhouses, notable for their large courtyards and intricate iron balconies, line the streets of the French Quarter.

So much of what makes New Orleans unique is captured in the melting pot atmosphere of the French Quarter, from the boisterous party vibe of Bourbon Street to the bohemian elegance of Royal Street. It's a neighborhood full of entertainment and surprises.
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Orlando:

How did I get here?

From Nashville - US
By MegaBus

What am I visiting?
- Lake Eola Park
- Universal Studios
- Museum of Art
- Mall at Millenia
- Epcot

Where am I staying?

Travelodge Hotel
409 N. Magnolia Av.
Orlando, FL 32801
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JUNE 27, 2016
Orlando is known around the world for its major entertainment attractions, especially Walt Disney World, Epcot, and the film studios. The city is one of the leading tourism destinations in the world.

The City of Orlando is nicknamed "The City Beautiful" and its symbol is the fountain at Lake Eola. Orlando is also known as "The Theme Park Capital of the World" and in 2014 its tourist attractions and events drew more than 62 million visitors.

The Orlando Metropolitan Area is home to a substantial theater population. Several professional and semi-professional houses and many community theaters include the Central Florida Ballet, Orlando Ballet, Orlando Shakespeare Theater and Orlando Repertory Theatre.
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Nashville:

How did I get here?

From Chicago - Italy
By MegaBus

What am I visiting?
- Ryman Auditorum
- Country Music Hall
- Bridgeston Arena
- Tennessee Museum
- Johnny Cash museum

Where am I staying?

Nashville Downtown Hostel
177 1st Ave N.
Nashville, TN 37201
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON "JUNE 22, 2016
Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and the county seat of Davidson County. It's the second largest city in Tennessee, behind Memphis, and the fifth largest city in the southeastern United States.

Nashville is usually called the "Country Music Capital of the World" or more often "Music City, USA"; however, in recent years, Nashville has done much to escape its country music image and become a regional center of culture and commerce.

The downtown area of Nashville features a diverse assortment of entertainment, dining, cultural and architectural attractions. The Broadway and 2nd Avenue areas feature entertainment venues, night clubs and an assortment of restaurants.
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Chicago:

How did I get here?

From New York City
By MegaBus

What am I visiting?
- Art Institute
- Millenium Park
- Cultural Center
- Lincoln Zoo
- Buckingham Fountain

Where am I staying?

Getaway Hostel
616 W Arlington Pl
Chicago, IL 60614
POSTED BY THELIFESTYLESTUDY ON JUNE 17, 2016
Chicago is the third largest city in the United States with a population approaching 3 million. It’s a huge vibrant city and a metropolitan area that sprawls over 10,874km². It's well known for house music, blues, jazz, comedy, shopping, dining, architecture, and fine cultural attractions.

Chicago is the most visited location in the Midwest by a long shot, but it's not just the tourism that makes this city so great: it is the city itself.

The most visited part of Chicago is its large central area, which contains neighborhoods such as Downtown, River North, Streeterville, Old Town, the Gold Coast, the South Loop, Printer's Row, and Greek Town among others. Collectively, these neighborhoods contain many skyscrapers, attractions, and highly ranked institutions.
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