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Old 01-25-2007, 02:22 PM   #1
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In order to help the epocaravan's italians could you describe your favorite country's actractives that italian friends can visit if they decides to visit your country?

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Old 01-25-2007, 04:58 PM   #2
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That is a big question. You could spend months in California and not see it all.

A few of High Lights though are:

California Redwoods. Oldest living trees on earth. North west coast and Grant Grove in the High Sierras.

Yosemite, one of the beautiful National Parks

Big Sur, Great coastal area in California
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Old 01-25-2007, 05:25 PM   #3
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Visiting America's National Parks is a great way to see our country. There are many in all parts of the U.S.A. and most offer camping facilities in or near the parks.

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Old 01-25-2007, 05:27 PM   #4
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It's not, but it should be one of the 7 wonders of the world..

Columbia River Gorge, Oregon and Washington State

Words can not describe it. Breathtaking is as close as I can get.
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Old 01-25-2007, 05:49 PM   #5
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UTAH Parks are a must see!!!!

Bryce Canyon and Arches especially - the miles of bizarre red, pink, and white rock formations are from another planet - unbelievably beautiful. I'm addicted and have to travel there almost every year.
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In order to help the epocaravan's italians could you describe your favorite country's actractives that italian friends can visit if they decides to visit your country?

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How mnay life times would you have to spend. I think it would take several to see it all. I suggest that you start with they type of thing that interests you. The bubbling mud pots of Yellowstone, the huge trees in the Red Woods, the snow capped mountains of Cascades, the barren multicolored rocks of the big canyons, the desert cactus. The list goes on and on and on and on. Maybe a some history in Wasington DC and surrounding areas, or how about ghost towns of the west. A bit of fishing along the coasts, a swim in ocean.

Mind boggling, so I think I'll stop there.
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The Cascade Lakes Scenic Highway near Bend, Oregon. It is volcano country -- the mountains, hiking trails and lava formations are spectacular. Olympic National Park in the northwest corner of the state of Washington. If you come to the northwest, plan on July through September. Winter here is dismal-- like now.
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Yellowstone National Park, Rob. All these pictures are from one national park, Yellowstone.

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Hi: How about a circle tour of "The Great Lakes" 2/3rds of the worlds fresh water!!!
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Or the Badlands park.

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I'd recommend Yellowstone. Amazing place.

I'd recommend going to the Smithsonian Museums: http://www.si.edu/museums/

If you do go to Utah when it's hot in the summer, it's worth it to stop by Bear Lake, which is a warm (it was like bathwater when we were there), very turquoise, huge, sandy lake. Nice to swim in, and I think they have good RV sites and not many people there.

Arizona's Grand Canyon is amazing.
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Hay nowwww.....
Lets not rule out the Land of the Beaver and Maple Leaf, eh?
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Old 01-25-2007, 10:14 PM   #13
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May I add Big Bend National Park in Texas? Beautiful. Texas offers many beautiful parks to camp in, great food (anybody like Mexican food?) and friendly people. Ya'll come!

And yes, we Texans do tow our campers with vehicles - not horses!

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Steens Mountains in Eastern Oregon: redefining breathtaking.
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