Party Road Trip in the USA
Take the keys and drive away
All right, all right, all right travelers — get ready for a life time experience.
There are many roads that will lead you to un unforgettable trip in the US — but first things first: few tips to make it at the fullest.
Be a Digital Nerd — look for your favorite route
There are almost 11 routes you can take — from the iconic Route 66 which captivate people around the world, running between Chicago and Los Angeles, over two thousand miles all the way to the scenographic Pacific Coast, from the dense green forests of western Washington to the gorgeous beaches of Southern California — perfect place to go wild.
Check them all out!
Hire a car from abroad — before leaving
It’ll definitely be cheaper to book your rental car before you leave for the US — check Car Rentals section on Mobissimo Inc , you’ll find some crazy hippie mini van or, even, better a fast going convertible Lexus Car — We already see wind going into your happy hair!
Overstay by under rated towns
It will not only be cheaper — but also so much more experiencial, and that’s what you are really looking for — isn’t it?
Now, let’s get you guys some sparkle — our favorite 5 towns to visit if you are on road trip in the US
Taos, New Mexico
Unesco World Heritage Site — you feel like you are somewhere around Marocco, lost in the desert.
As though frozen in time, the Taos Pueblo today appears much as it did when the first Spanish explorers arrived in New Mexico in 1540, and inside, the traditional Native American way of life endures.
Tip: try the popular fry bread!
American icon by Edward Hopper’s 1927 Portland Head-light painting — It’s a beautiful and classic lighthouse perched on the romantic cliffs of Maine.
Candid white stones topped with a colorful red rooftop. Flowers around in Spring, lighten green during the Summer, beautiful Autumn colors in October and just a little bit frozen in time during the Fall — right place for proposals, my friends!
Little tip: the classic New England lobster roll is what you want to try!
Once an important stop on the Underground Railroad, this picturesque Ohio River city is filled with history — Rosemary Clooney was born here, for example!
Little tip: if you’re looking for a place to start your day in Maysville, there is no more beautiful and charming a spot than Parc Cafe.
Hey Cowboy! Once a wild-west frontier town, Tombstone was where the legendary gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place in 1881 — get a strong sense of what this place was like when cowboys roamed the streets looking for trouble.
Little tip: bring your spurs and have a beer at Big Nose Kate’s Saloon!
Located in the central Sierra Nevada foothills between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park — Calaveras County.
It’s been called “The next Napa” or “Queen of the Sierra” with the charm of yesteryear, is a vibrant, thriving community with art galleries and live theater, eclectic shops, fine restaurants, charming hotels and B&B’s, and a multitude of outstanding outdoor recreational opportunities all just a short drive away.
Pretty obsessed with frogs — actually. Including a big Frog jumping Contest. But there’s a cool story behind, made famous in the 1865 short by Mark Twain, “The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”.
Little tip: find out the little bistrot, hidden in the yards!