I was impressed by the amount of support on this forum so have figured it would be a good option for me too!
I apologise up-front if i miss anything obvious or this has been covered (i've done a tonne of reading and it just gets more confusing the more you read!).
Anyway, i've never been to the States before and am over to look at some houses in Atlanta but figured I may as well make a trip out of it. I'm flying in to New York mid May and after a few days of sight seeing I will take the train to Atlanta. From there i'd like to drive my way to Los Angeles over 21 days. I have made a map http://www.roadtripamerica.com/maps/...84f3oikr&name= but it's very basic and only allowed 8 way points.
The section from Louisianna to Nevada is the difficult bit. Without wanting to offend, it looks pretty sparse so I have no idea where to go or how to space the drive. I've just selected average distances and thrown in Roswell just because it looks like it might be a laugh.
My only must sees are Atlanta (not included in the time frame), New Orleans (3 days), The Grand Canyon (1 night) and Las Vegas (4 days) so i'd appreciate any advice. I'd go for quirky over nature (usually) and would like to see some small interesting towns.
I'm a 41 year old Aussie guy travelling solo...if that makes a difference.
Btw, Alamo seems to be the cheapest option for one-way rentals. If you know of anything better, i'm all ears!
Appreciate your help.