I had a great honeymoon with you guys' help last October, despite the shutdown of the federal government.
I visited LA, SD, LV, SF, redwoods and Monterey, driving over 2000 miles.
This year I plan to have another two-week road trip at about the same time, early October, because we have national holidays from Oct 1st to 7th that can be freely utilized.
It's April, still half a year away, but it's easier to book cheap flight tickets now (about $1000 for round-trip), so I am thinking about the trip, although I haven't decided any details at this stage.
One pity of last year's trip is we missed all the national parks, which were closed. So one option is to go around the Grand Canyon and Yosemite and the nearby area, maybe arrive at Seattle finally.
I am also very interested in the historic route 66, but after some research online, I think to appreciate it fully (or adequately at least), two weeks, considering overheads such as jet lag, is too short a period.
I heard that Yellowstone, a popular destination for Chinese, is probably unfeasible in October. So I have to rule it out, right?
So, my question is simple, big, and maybe stupid: where shall I go?
Thank you for your help~ :P