Man, should have just stock with the boxer briefs. The Q82 Superfine are great.
In all likelihood, I'll be traveling from the 25th of December to the 23rd of January - so the better part of 4 weeks, thinking about hitting up the USA/Canada
Loner's interests include:
- Seeing cool cities and walking around them
- Seeing dramatic and awesome landscapes of all varieties
- Eating outrageously good food and trying new dishes
- Meeting new people and having fun
- Visiting schools and talking to people there (easy to organise)
- Playing musical instruments that are difficult to acquire in Australia
- Things I haven't done before
At the moment, it is cheapest for me to fly into San Francisco or Chicago, and looking at flights around the USA leads me to believe that getting from city to city would not be hugely expensive.
I've considered hitting up the following places:
- San Francisco (cause I land there)
- Chicago (because I know people there)
- Montreal (because it looks cool and very different from the desert I live in)
- Colorado (for some reason I want to see it, looks beautiful)
- Yellow Stone (no idea how feasible this is to do)
NYC is currently not on the list because accommodation looks prohibitively expensive at this point. Does anyone here have any quick recommendations I could explore, look into or research? I've found looking at places like wikitravel really helpful for understanding how to get around a place, but very unhelpful for understanding what a place has to offer (outside of food and shelter). Would appreciate all help/advice/criticism/etc
Have you considered Vancouver? It definitely has the walkability, the landscapes, the food, etc.