A great way to get the full cultural experience of traveling is to hit
the road and cover as much terrain as possible. Within the U.S., it is
possible to experience the full range of climates, which can often make
planning difficult in terms of preparing for different kinds of weather.
For example, let's say you start your trip in
New York City with the plan of crossing the country and finishing in
Depending upon the time of year, you will experience
quite a variety of different weather. If your trip cuts deep into the
south, you'll come to understand why
Atlanta is affectionately known as Hotlanta. Cruising west, you'll
need to keep your eyes peeled for tornadoes as you pass through
If you thought Atlanta was hot, your stop off in
Phoenix will quickly let you know why they call it the Valley of
the Sun. Traveling northward to get a break from the heat, a stop off in
Denver at the foot of the Rockies is sure to energize you for the
final push toward California.
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