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Travel Advisory - United States

The United States of America (U.S.A.), also referred to as the United States (U.S.), America, or the States, is a federal republic in North America and the Pacific Ocean (the islands of Hawaii, and the Aleutians). It extends from the Atlantic coast in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. It shares land borders with Canada in the north and Mexico in the south, shares a marine border with Russia in the west, and has a collection of districts, territories, and possessions around the world including Puerto Rico, Midway Atoll, and Guam. The country has fifty states, which have a level of local autonomy according to the system of federalism. A United States citizen is usually identified as an American.

The United States traces its national origin to the declaration by thirteen British colonies 1776 that they were free and independent states. Before the British, and in terms of territory, the Dutch, Spanish and French had a stronger foothold on the New Continent. Native Americans (called American Indians, Amerindians, Red Indians, or Indians, though the terms are inaccurate and considered offensive by some) had lived for thousands of years. Since the mid-20th century, it has surpassed all other nations in contemporary economic, political, military and cultural influence.

The country was founded under a tradition of having the rule come from the people under the representative democracy model. This model of government (presidential - congressional) has since been adopted by many other countries, mostly in Central America and South America.

Portrait of the USA - Acces valuable information about United States of America published by the United States Information Agency.

The Most Beautiful Drives in the United States - A drive to a destination isn't just about getting to your destination. Use this valuable slow paced and relaxing time to get back in touch with your kids, partner or other members of your family. The longer the drive, the more time you will have to enjoy with them.

American Attractions - U.S. boasts a wide range of water sports, activities, theme parks, and attractions to take part in all year long, depend on the area.

Texas Spas: Relax, Refresh & Rejuvenate - Visitors are encouraged to relax, refresh and rejuvenate in the Lone Star State.  Travelers seeking extra pampering can choose from an array of comforting spas and therapeutic treatments across Texas.

Arizona: A State for All Seasons - From the Grand Canyon in the north to the saguaro forests of the south, with the red rocks of Sedona in between, Arizona’s spectacular landscapes defy the imagination. When’s the best time to see for yourself? The state is so large and varied – and visitor preferences so personal - that every season has its advantages.

Accomodations U.S.
Destinations U.S.
U.S. Government Info
Travel By Rail U.S.A.
USA Employment Info
USA Airlines
Parks U.S.A.
Natural Resources & Wildlife U.S.
Blue Ridge Parkway
Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway
Olympic Peninsula
Acadia National Park - Park Loop Road
The Florida Keys Scenic Highway
The Kancamagus Highway
Olympic National Park
Washington 's Olympic Peninsula
Olympic Rain Forest
Boldt Castle
Travel Alabama
Texas Offers Valuable Deals for Travelers on a Budget
Travel and Tourism Sites for the 50 States and U.S. Territories - Visit one of the U.S. states or visit them all. You'll see that the U.S. offers some of the most diverse destinations in the world. These state and territorial tourism web sites provide ideas for your vacations, meetings, and more.
The US 50 - This site consist of concise, important and meaningful information about each of the 50 states in U.S.
Know Before You Go This site contains everything U.S. residents should know before they go abroad and the rules for bringing items back from the trip.
The Passport Services Office provides information and services to American citizens about how to obtain, replace or change a passport.
NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Weather conditions for the past 24 hours, forecasts, watches, and warnings for the United States, radar graphics, weather maps, international weather conditions, aviation weather and marine weather from NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).
Unites States Daily - Find the latest U.S. news from  a multilingual news portal known for its independent coverage.
U.S. Printable Maps - The National Atlas has prepared reference and outline maps of the United States that you can print or use online.
TOWD - The Tourism Offices Worldwide Directory - The United States of America have no central tourism office; each state is responsible for its own tourist information. Browse TOWD for information you need.

RV Travel Guides: The Frugal Shunpikers Guides To America - A series of E-book guides for RV travel on a budget. After 9 years of driving the back roads of America, the author reveals hundreds of free camping finds and other advice for budget RV travel.

The Most Scenic Drives in America: 120 Spectacular Road Trips - Organized by region, the 120 suggested road trips span all 50 states and offer a wide variety of scenic adventures, from exploring the remote canyons of New Mexico to visiting the most beautiful beaches on Cape Cod. Each route offers a number of must-see points of interest, such as the carefully preserved mid-19th-century home of Washington Irving in New York or the best places to spot wildflowers in the Texas Hill Country. Also included for each drive is a helpful "Trip Tips" table, providing not only the basic information about length and the best time of the year to visit, but invaluable pieces of advice (i.e., "No fuel is available on the 70-mile stretch of highway between Marblemount and Mazama"). Although it's often hard to get a sense of the particular personality of a drive from the rather dry descriptions, the large color photographs provide readers with a snapshot view of the unique beauty of each area.

The Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges - This book is an insider's guide to finding the best lodges throughout the country. Each entry includes firsthand information about each property, including room rates, handicap accessibility, reservation phone numbers, exact location within the park, transportation details, facilities, activities, and detailed maps.

The Rough Guide to the USA 8 - The Rough Guide to the USA is your definitive state-by-state guidebook to this vast and fascinating country. From a baseball game in Chicago and Yellowstone’s National Park to the towering Washington Monument and the astonishing southwest desert, the full-colour introduction highlights all the ‘things-not-to-miss’. There are insider reviews of all the best places to stay, eat and drink, both on and off the beaten track, with the new ‘Author’s Pick’ feature highlighting the very best options. There is plenty of expert advice on a multitude of activities, from hiking in the Grand Canyon to experiencing New York Coty nightlife. The guide takes a detailed look at the country’s history, culture and people and comes complete with maps and plans for every region, state and major city. The Rough Guide to the USA is like having a local friend plan your trip!

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