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    a mate and I are coming to the USA next year to visit the Horse Studs of Kentucky, we also wish to visit Vegas and see a couple of Major League baseball games, we will be driving across the country so can some one help with the most direct route from LA and reputable RV hire company

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    Join Date
    May 2003
    Green County, Wisconsin

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    Welcome to the RTA forum!

    I think we'll need a little more info to really help you out. For example, Are you planning to start your trip in Kentucky, or will you be driving there are part of your trip? How long do you plan on being on the road?

    As far as renting an RV, this article has a lot of tips to help you find the right RV for your trip.

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    May 2007
    Central California

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    Between LA and Kentucky horse country there is a total of 5 ballparks where you can see a major league game.

    2 in the Los Angeles area - Angels and Dodgers
    1 in Dallas - Rangers
    1 in Kansas City - Royals
    1 in St. Louis - Cardinals

    You can take the souther route through Dallas, or the northern route through Kansas City. So you could reasonably expect to see at most 3 or 4 games, but at least you have some choices.

    A little research will show you who is playing at home during your trip so you can get good seats well in advance.

    There are a couple of really good historical spots in the area as well: Fort Boonesborough, Old Fort Harrod and Shaker Village on Pleasant Hill. They each tell interesting stories about the early days on the frontier in America.

    The area is also famous for its bourbon whiskey. There are several distilleries in the area. Maker's Mark is a charming, small family operation that makes one of the best products.

    Of course, between LA and KY there are lots of other great places to see. Let us know if you need suggestions.

    Happy horsing around. (sorry, couldn't help myself)

    Craig Sheumaker
    co-author of the travel guide: America's Living History-The Early Years

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    I've been to the ballpark at Arlington (Texas Rangers) and had a great time. The all-round atmosphere was great, the viewing was really good, and the staff were really friendly. Have a read of my field report for other ideas of things to do in that area. I also visited Dodgers Park last summer but sadly not for a game. Looked like it'd be a great place to end your trip though...

    Where will you be coming from and what sort of thing will you be looking to see/do on your trip?

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