My husband and I are planning a roadtrip from the UK. We will be in the US for 90 days and want to cover:
Down the west coast north to south
Across the South
Either Route 66 or up the west through salt lake and across the top (north dakota etc).
We both have visitied the East Coast from Vermont down as far as Virginia a lot, so don't need to visit any of those states.
We might be entering the US from Canada (having spent a few weeks there doing the trans canada highway). So, I was thinking, head straight down the west coast first.
Weather is the issue - we ideally want to do Canada in June (so roads aren't a problem). Would the west coast be nice in July? Then maybe the midwest section up to chicago in August, then the South in September? I'm not too good in super hot weather - would this be ok?
Alternatively, Canada in March (bit worried about the cold), April for west coast, may across south/midwest and June the other. Fly home just after July 4th weekend.
As we've not visited any of these area before, we're a bit undecided. But we have to do Canada before the US, otherwise it counts as part of our 90 day US visa.