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WALKING IN USA


Some city centers are alive and vibrant, others are somewhat vacant – especially at night. Walking in the suburbs may be a challenge as sometimes there are no sidewalks. Check first before you go for a walk.

Please taking note that the distance maybe quite far from your hotel to some attractions in cities. Therefore you can not go on foot to save more money for your trips. Let's considerate some transportation can help you easily reach famous destination. 


BICYCLES ARE ALWAYS GOOD IN USA


If you have enough time, you can bicycle across parts of the USA and enjoy the scenery.

Just remember that bicycles are not as common in the US as they are in many other countries, so car and truck drivers are not as accustomed to bicyclist on the roads. Be cautious! Bicycles are banned from the freeways and interstate highways, but are permitted on all other roads. Many cities and towns have off-road bicycle paths and trails.


CARS ARE ALMOST A NECESSITY


In many parts of the USA where public transportation is inadequate or non-existent, a car is a practical necessity. In most large cities, the major shopping centers and sports or entertainment facilities are usually located in the suburban communities far from the metropolitan center. Without a vehicle, sightseeing, shopping and touring can be very inconvenient.


BUSSES ARE AN ECONOMICAL OPTION 


Bus transportation is a great option for urban or suburban transit, but bus service can be very limited in rural areas. The Greyhound Bus line offers inter-city and transcontinental bus service. It can be an inexpensive alternative to other forms of travel if you are willing to put up with the discomfort of long rides with minimum comforts.