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is it to late to organise a trip for September?

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I've just found out a can have a month off work in September. My husband and 17yo son also have the time off.

We would love to spend the time travelling to the USA and would love your ideas on basically getting around (fly,bus,train or drive), and length on time in certain areas. We're not into hiking but love beautiful scenery, history and shopping! Suggestions for the 17 yo who's only interests are computers and WOW would be great!

I have so much to organise in basically 3-4 weeks so any help you can give would be greatfully appreciated. Accommodation especially we're not really fussy and don't need much we're really just planning on sleeping in it. Clean would be good though.

things we would like to see:
Los Angelas
Las Vegas
Bryce Canyon
Mt Rushmore, Needles Hwy, Fort Laramie, Medicine wheel, Crazy Horse and some more things around there
Memphis
Harry Potter World
Cape Canaveral

We're thinking of flying into Los Angelas, maybe bus to Las Vegas hire a car go to Bryce Canyon for a couple of days, flying from Las Vegas to Denver, hiring a car to see all the amazing things up from there. Then not sure how to get to Memphis, seems we have to fly to Nashville then somehow get to Memphis, then fly to Orlando then fly home to Sydney?

Thankyou for any suggestions
Sandra

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