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I'm visiting friends in NYC in September for 7 days and after that I have another 7-9 days I can travel. Since traveling form South Africa it's very far and very expensive, so I'd like to get a vast variety of experiences in the 16 days.

Since spending 7 days in NYC, I thought of going to San Fran, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon & Antelope Canyon to get another feel. But now people have told me with the limited time I have I should rather skip San Fran and go to Vermont.

I would really appreciate any advice since it's my 1st and probably last visit in a very long time. How long should I spend in each place and also how long will jet lag affect me and should I set aside a day or two for recovery and no sight seeing?

Thanks for the advice in advance ;)

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