Nov 28, 2019

Solo Travel Across the United States

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#*You should also keep your passport and other identification in a safe place when you travel, such as a money belt or a bag with a secret pocket that you keep on you at all times.
 
#*You should also keep your passport and other identification in a safe place when you travel, such as a money belt or a bag with a secret pocket that you keep on you at all times.
 
#Decide how you are going to carry money on the trip. Will you use a credit card or a debit card during your solo trip? Will you use cash as well as cards? If you have an international credit card, you may decide to use it to pay for things like accommodations and entertainment. You may then set aside cash for food, as you may end up eating in spots that only take cash. Or you may rely on a U.S. debit card to pay for things on the trip.<ref>http://www.sheswanderful.com/2016/10/27/travel-solo-united-states/</ref>[[Image:Solo Travel Across the United States Step 9.jpg|center]]
 
#Decide how you are going to carry money on the trip. Will you use a credit card or a debit card during your solo trip? Will you use cash as well as cards? If you have an international credit card, you may decide to use it to pay for things like accommodations and entertainment. You may then set aside cash for food, as you may end up eating in spots that only take cash. Or you may rely on a U.S. debit card to pay for things on the trip.<ref>http://www.sheswanderful.com/2016/10/27/travel-solo-united-states/</ref>[[Image:Solo Travel Across the United States Step 9.jpg|center]]
#*You may consider getting a travel credit card, which will give you points for every dollar you spend and make it easier to pay by credit card as you travel.  
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#*You may consider getting a travel credit card, which will give you points for every dollar you spend and make it easier to pay by credit card as you travel.
 
===Doing Fun Things on the Trip===
 
===Doing Fun Things on the Trip===
 
#Find free things to do at the state or city welcome center. If you aren't sure what to do or what to see in an area, look for the local welcome center. They are often located in the downtown core of the city or on the main city street. You can ask the representative at the center about free fun things to do in the area and pick up a city map.<ref>http://solotravelerblog.com/travel-to-america-tips/</ref>[[Image:Solo Travel Across the United States Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Find free things to do at the state or city welcome center. If you aren't sure what to do or what to see in an area, look for the local welcome center. They are often located in the downtown core of the city or on the main city street. You can ask the representative at the center about free fun things to do in the area and pick up a city map.<ref>http://solotravelerblog.com/travel-to-america-tips/</ref>[[Image:Solo Travel Across the United States Step 10.jpg|center]]


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