Ultimate Pacific Northwest & California Tour

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Pacific Northwest Vacation

On this tour, the West Coast is your playground. Travel from Seattle to Los Angeles as you combine our Sights of the Pacific Northwest tour with the California & National Parks tour.

If nature’s raw power intrigues you, Mt. Saint Helens belongs at the top of your bucket lust. Its destructive power is matched by the peaceful sights of the 600-foot-tall Multnomah Falls and the impossibly deep Crater Lake. At Redwood National Park, the tallest trees in the world have stood for hundreds of years.

As far pure majesty goes, you can’t do better than Yosemite. Granite rock formations like Half Dome, and the pristine Yosemite Valley, are so beautiful they’ll take your breath away. Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks are next door neighbors with matching sets of towering redwood groves. The world’s tallest trees are surrounded by over 1,000 miles of stunning wilderness.

You can’t beat San Francisco when it comes to art, architecture, and culture. Fall in love with the City by the Bay, arguably California’s prettiest. The Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, and Coit Tower are just a few of the standout sights.

Los Angeles is the perfect destination to end your tour. Soaked in sunshine and glamour, this exciting city rolls its red carpet out for visitors at places like the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Beverly Hills, and the Santa Monica Pier.

Tour Includes

Sightseeing
  • Seattle
  • Mount St. Helens
  • Portland
  • Cascade Range
  • Mt. Hood National Forest
  • Newport
  • Medford
  • Crater Lake National Park
  • Eureka
  • San Francisco
  • Sausalito
  • 17-Mile Drive
  • Monterey
  • Yosemite National Park
  • Kings Canyon National Park
  • Sequoia National Park
  • Pismo Beach
  • Santa Maria
  • Santa Barbara
  • Los Angeles
Hotel Accommodations
  • 19 Nights
  • Moderate hotels based on twin/double occupancy
Meals
  • 19 Breakfasts and 3 Lunches
Service
  • A professionally trained local tour director who is knowledgeable of the area and will provide you with a wealth of information. Their friendly service will make your trip a memorable experience.
Baggage Handling
  • To and from your hotel room throughout your land tour for one piece of Checked Baggage per person.

Activity Level

Activity Level Active


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Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy city tours from Seattle to San Francisco to Los Angeles
  • Visit Mount St. Helens and learn about the most destructive volcanic eruption in American history
  • Look out at the crystal clear waters of America’s deepest lake on a day trip to Crater Lake National Park
  • Drive over the Golden Gate Bridge and visit the iconic Pier 39 in San Francisco
  • See the massive sequoias and redwoods of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
  • Explore Yosemite National Park, where you will see the towering and worldfamous Half Dome
  • Spend 4 nights in San Francisco with a city pass that includes entrances to 2 of the city's top attractions.

Mandatory Vaccinations Against COVID-19

All guests, including minors, must be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines prior to departure to participate. Guest vaccination requirements are currently for all departures until further notice. For more information visit our Travel Safe page.

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Ultimate Pacific Northwest & California Tour

Tours Starts: Seattle, Washington

Tours Ends: Los Angeles, California

Day 1

Seattle

Welcome to beautiful Seattle, Washington! Guests who have purchased airline tickets from YMT Vacations will be welcomed in the baggage claim area by a friendly YMT representative who will arrange your transfer to the hotel. If you made other flight arrangements, please make your own way to the hotel.

The evening is yours to enjoy at your leisure, which is a real treat in the Emerald City. Some of the popular sites include Pike Place Market, where you should always keep your eyes peeled for flying fish, the Space Needle, and Pioneer Square.

Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center or similar

Day 2

Seattle

Your day starts with a tour of the Museum of Flight. The museum is home to the original Boeing factory and over 150 aircraft including JFK’s Air Force One and jets from WWI and WWII. Learn about the past, present and future of flight—from the Wright Brothers to the Concorde to NASA—in one of Seattle’s popular museums. After lunch on your own at Pike Place Market, you’ll enjoy a tour of Seattle, often considered the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy a relaxing evening on your own or join an optional dinner and visit to the Space Needle. (B)

Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center or similar

Day 3

Portland via Mount St. Helens

Mount St. Helens is known worldwide as the site of the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in U.S. history, when it erupted in May of 1980. Enjoy stunning views of the mountain, including the crater caused by the eruption, before continuing on to Portland. After an included lunch, the evening in Portland is yours to enjoy. (B, L)

Courtyard Portland City Center or similar

Day 4

Cascade Mountains, Multnomah Falls & Columbia River Gorge

Travel into the thickly forested Cascade Mountains this morning to enjoy some of Oregon’s most breathtaking scenery. Highlights of your tour include the Columbia River Gorge and Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall waterfall found in the stunning Mt. Hood National Forest.

Continue to Hood River, a charming town where the Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Range meet. Enjoy lunch on your own. Return to Portland for a city tour and free time at the International Rose Test Garden, where you can see and smell over 650 varieties of roses. (B)

Courtyard Portland City Center or similar

Day 5

Newport via the Oregon Coast

Take a stunning scenic drive down the Oregon coast to Newport. In Newport, enjoy a tour of the Oregon Coast Aquarium. This world class facility is dedicated to Oregon’s marine wildlife. Enjoy a relaxed evening on your own. Newport has been popular with tourists since the 1800s, and has great dining and plenty to do. (B)

Best Western Plus Agate Beach Inn or similar

Day 6

Medford

Travel down to Medford, a delightful town in the heart of the breathtaking Rogue Valley. Many of Oregon’s finest wines are produced right here in Medford, which you can learn more about on an optional wine tour this afternoon. (B)

Comfort Inn South or similar

Day 7

Medford & Crater Lake National Park

Spend the day experiencing the world-famous Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States whose vibrantly blue and stunningly clear water make it one of the prettiest lakes in the country. Surrounded by towering cliffs and a thick forest of old growth pines, Crater Lake is nestled in what remains of a dormant volcano that erupted nearly 8,000 years ago. (B)

Comfort Inn South or similar

Day 8

Eureka via Redwood National Park & Crescent City

Continue south to the Golden State, where your first stop after a beautiful drive will be Redwood National Park, home of the world’s tallest trees. Enjoy a tour of this World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, where some trees are over 370 feet high. Stop in Crescent City, then continue to Eureka. Eureka’s Old Town is famous for its classic Victoria homes, which you will see on an informative panoramic tour. (B)

Red Lion Hotel Eureka or similar

Day 9

San Francisco via Fort Bragg

Witness the power of nature to turn trash to treasure at Glass Beach in Fort Bragg. This beach is speckled with “stones” made of glass—remnants of discarded glass bottles that were worn down by decades of surf and sand into the jewels that make Glass Beach famous. We will stop in Fort Bragg for lunch on your own, and then continue to San Francisco for an evening at your leisure. (B)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

Day 10

San Francisco

Your day starts with a tour including Fisherman’s Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge, likely the world’s most photographed suspension bridge. Look out into the bay at the notorious Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary. Enjoy a farewell lunch at Pier 39. Join us for an optional bay cruise or cable car tour with an authentic Chinese food dinner for an additional fee, or take both! (B, L)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

Day 11

San Francisco

Today you will have time to explore San Francisco on your own with an included city pass that includes your choice of two entrances to the city’s top attractions.

San Francisco is in one of California’s most beautiful and culturally rich cities. Enjoy diverse cuisine, incredible museums, parks, and dazzling architecture. The city is also home to historical landmarks including the colorful Victorian Painted Ladies, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the island prison of Alcatraz. (B)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

Day 12

San Francisco and Sausalito

This morning, enjoy a panoramic city tour. Look out at Alcatraz, see Nob Hill, and catch a glimpse of Lombard Street along with many more exciting sights! Cross the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, San Francisco’s idyllic and much smaller neighbor. Enjoy lunch on your own and an included tour of this artistic enclave. Many of Sausalito’s residents live in house boats in the bay. Spend the evening relaxing in San Francisco, or join us for an optional sunset bay cruise and lively dinner at Pier 39. (B)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

OPTION: SUNSET BAY CRUISE &
PIER 39 DINNEROPTION: SUNSET BAY CRUISE & PIER 39 DINNER:

San Francisco sunset bay cruise followed by dinner at a restaurant on Pier 39! $99 p/p. Please add this option at time of booking.







Day 13

San Francisco to Monterey via 17-Mile Drive

This morning, head down the breathtaking 17-Mile Drive. Enjoy views of Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove, taking the opportunity to snap a picture of the Lone Cypress on a quick stop before arriving in Monterey. Enjoy a city tour of the once-gritty waterfront town immortalized by John Steinbeck’s classic novel, Cannery Row. (B)

Hilton Garden Inn Monterey or similar

Day 14

Yosemite National Park

Visit the awe-inspiring Yosemite National Park. This magnificent and diverse land with elevations ranging from 2,000 to over 13,000 feet abounds with spectacular granite cliffs, thundering waterfalls, lush meadows, and towering trees. Discover Yosemite Valley, where you will find Half Dome, the park’s most recognizable feature. The iconic granite formation rises more than 4,700 feet above the valley floor. Half Dome’s sheer cliff face is nearly vertical, making it irresistible to the world’s best rock climbers. (B)

Fairfield Inn Oakhurst-Yosemite or similar

Day 15

Kings Canyon National Park

Continue to Kings Canyon, where you will find ancient giant sequoias and redwoods in Grant Grove. At the center of Grant Grove is the General Giant Tree, the second largest tree in the world. This 3,000-year-old wonder stands almost 270 feet tall with a base circumference of 107 feet! With terrain ranging from sun-soaked foothills to alpine forests, a huge variety of wildlife calls this national park home. Look out for animals including gray foxes, bobcats, marmots, eagles, and bears. (B)

Wyndham Visalia or similar

Day 16

Sequoia National Park

Take a pleasant drive to the thick forests of Sequoia National Park, which is adjacent to Kings Canyon and just as magnificent. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and administered by the National Park Service along with Kings Canyon National Park, Sequoia is home to the largest living single-stem tree in the world. General Sherman stands 275 feet tall with a diameter of 25 feet and is a centuries old display of the power of nature. The Giant Forest, where you'll find General Sherman, contains five of the ten largest trees on Earth. (B)

Wyndham Visalia or similar

Day 17

Pismo Beach & Santa Maria

Head west to the coast, stopping in Pismo Beach for lunch on your own. Spend the afternoon in Santa Maria, a city famous for its distinctive redoak smoked barbecue! (B)

Best Western Plus Big America or similar

Day 18

Los Angeles via Santa Barbara

Visit Santa Barbara—the American Riviera—and enjoy its Spanish mission style architecture, mild Mediterranean climate, and stunning ocean views.

Take a self-guided tour of the lovely Santa Barbara Mission, where you can enjoy some of the best views in town. The “Queen of the Missions” is known for its magnificent twin bell towers, sprawling gardens, and the ocean views it enjoys from its position on a hill overlooking downtown Santa Barbara.

Continue to Los Angeles, where you will stop at the Getty Center. Enjoy amazing city views from this architecturally stunning art museum before a late afternoon arrival at your hotel. (B)

Holiday Inn LAX or similar

Note: For the Jun 17 departure The Getty Center will be on Day 19 and the Los Angeles/Hollywood tour will be on Day 18.

Day 19

Los Angeles

Today we take a guided tour of Los Angeles and Hollywood, seeing many of the highlights of the City of Angels. See Beverly Hills, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the ornate TCL Chinese Theatre, and more. Enjoy an included farewell lunch on the Santa Monica Pier, which has endless views and its very own amusement park. (B, L)

Holiday Inn LAX or similar

Day 20

Depart for Home (B)


Please note that this is a proposed itinerary; the actual itinerary may vary due to season, special events, or weather. Hotels may differ depending on date. Because our tour arrangements are often made a year or more in advance, YMT Vacations reserves the right to alter the itinerary. Itinerary changes are made to improve your vacation experience, as well as respond to any unforeseen circumstances that mandate alterations. By their nature, all tour vacations involve a certain level of physical activity. While YMT tours have been designed with our guests in mind and are not physically demanding, this tour does include walking and periods of standing during the sightseeing visits. You will also encounter steps and some uneven ground along the way, particularly at older, historical sights. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.

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Ultimate Pacific Northwest & California Tour

Tours Starts: Seattle, Washington

Tours Ends: San Diego, California

Day 1

Seattle

Welcome to beautiful Seattle, Washington! Guests who have purchased airline tickets from YMT Vacations will be welcomed in the baggage claim area by a friendly YMT representative who will arrange your transfer to the hotel. If you made other flight arrangements, please make your own way to the hotel.

The evening is yours to enjoy at your leisure, which is a real treat in the Emerald City. Some of the popular sites include Pike Place Market, where you should always keep your eyes peeled for flying fish, the Space Needle, and Pioneer Square.

Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center or similar

Day 2

Seattle

Your day starts with a tour of the Museum of Flight. The museum is home to the original Boeing factory and over 150 aircraft including JFK’s Air Force One and jets from WWI and WWII. Learn about the past, present and future of flight—from the Wright Brothers to the Concorde to NASA—in one of Seattle’s popular museums.

After lunch on your own at Pike Place Market, you’ll enjoy a tour of Seattle, often considered the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy a relaxing evening on your own or join an optional dinner and visit to the Space Needle. (B)

Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center or similar

Day 3

Portland via Mount St. Helens

Mount St. Helens is known worldwide as the site of the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in U.S. history, when it erupted in May of 1980. Enjoy stunning views of the mountain, including the crater caused by the eruption, before continuing on to Portland. After an included lunch, the evening in Portland is yours to enjoy. (B, L)

Courtyard Portland City Center or similar

Day 4

Cascade Mountains, Multnomah Falls & Columbia River Gorge

Travel into the thickly forested Cascade Mountains this morning to enjoy some of Oregon’s most breathtaking scenery. Highlights of your tour include the Columbia River Gorge and Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall waterfall found in the stunning Mt. Hood National Forest.

Continue to Hood River, a charming town where the Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Range meet. Enjoy lunch on your own. Return to Portland for a city tour and free time at the International Rose Test Garden, where you can see and smell over 650 varieties of roses. (B)

Courtyard Portland City Center or similar

Day 5

Newport via the Oregon Coast

Take a stunning scenic drive down the Oregon coast to Newport. In Newport, enjoy a tour of the Oregon Coast Aquarium. This world class facility is dedicated to Oregon’s marine wildlife. Enjoy a relaxed evening on your own. Newport has been popular with tourists since the 1800s, and has great dining and plenty to do. (B)

Best Western Plus Agate Beach Inn or similar

Day 6

Medford

Travel down to Medford, a delightful town in the heart of the breathtaking Rogue Valley. Many of Oregon’s finest wines are produced right here in Medford, which you can learn more about on an optional wine tour this afternoon. (B)

Comfort Inn South or similar

Day 7

Medford & Crater Lake National Park

Spend the day experiencing the world-famous Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States whose vibrantly blue and stunningly clear water make it one of the prettiest lakes in the country. Surrounded by towering cliffs and a thick forest of old growth pines, Crater Lake is nestled in what remains of a dormant volcano that erupted nearly 8,000 years ago. (B)

Comfort Inn South or similar

Day 8

Eureka via Redwood National Park & Crescent City

Continue south to the Golden State, where your first stop after a beautiful drive will be Redwood National Park, home of the world’s tallest trees. Enjoy a tour of this World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, where some trees are over 370 feet high. Stop in Crescent City, then continue to Eureka. Eureka’s Old Town is famous for its classic Victoria homes, which you will see on an informative panoramic tour. (B)

Red Lion Hotel Eureka or similar

Day 9

San Francisco via Fort Bragg

Witness the power of nature to turn trash to treasure at Glass Beach in Fort Bragg. This beach is speckled with “stones” made of glass—remnants of discarded glass bottles that were worn down by decades of surf and sand into the jewels that make Glass Beach famous. We will stop in Fort Bragg for lunch on your own, and then continue to San Francisco for an evening at your leisure. (B)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

Day 10

San Francisco

Your day starts with a tour including Fisherman’s Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge, likely the world’s most photographed suspension bridge. Look out into the bay at the notorious Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary. Enjoy a farewell lunch at Pier 39. Join us for an optional bay cruise or cable car tour with an authentic Chinese food dinner for an additional fee, or take both! (B, L)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

Day 11

San Francisco

Today you will have time to explore San Francisco on your own with an included city pass that includes your choice of two entrances to the city’s top attractions.

San Francisco is in one of California’s most beautiful and culturally rich cities. Enjoy diverse cuisine, incredible museums, parks, and dazzling architecture. The city is also home to historical landmarks including the colorful Victorian Painted Ladies, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the island prison of Alcatraz. (B)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

Day 12

San Francisco and Sausalito

This morning, enjoy a panoramic city tour. Look out at Alcatraz, see Nob Hill, and catch a glimpse of Lombard Street along with many more exciting sights! Cross the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, San Francisco’s idyllic and much smaller neighbor. Enjoy lunch on your own and an included tour of this artistic enclave. Many of Sausalito’s residents live in house boats in the bay. Spend the evening relaxing in San Francisco, or join us for an optional sunset bay cruise and lively dinner at Pier 39. (B)

Hotel Zephyr or similar

OPTION: SUNSET BAY CRUISE &
PIER 39 DINNEROPTION: SUNSET BAY CRUISE & PIER 39 DINNER:

San Francisco sunset bay cruise followed by dinner at a restaurant on Pier 39! $99 p/p. Please add this option at time of booking.







Day 13

San Francisco to Monterey via 17-Mile Drive

This morning, head down the breathtaking 17-Mile Drive. Enjoy views of Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove, taking the opportunity to snap a picture of the Lone Cypress on a quick stop before arriving in Monterey. Enjoy a city tour of the once-gritty waterfront town immortalized by John Steinbeck’s classic novel, Cannery Row. (B)

Hilton Garden Inn Monterey or similar

Day 14

Yosemite National Park

Visit the awe-inspiring Yosemite National Park. This magnificent and diverse land with elevations ranging from 2,000 to over 13,000 feet abounds with spectacular granite cliffs, thundering waterfalls, lush meadows, and towering trees. Discover Yosemite Valley, where you will find Half Dome, the park’s most recognizable feature. The iconic granite formation rises more than 4,700 feet above the valley floor. Half Dome’s sheer cliff face is nearly vertical, making it irresistible to the world’s best rock climbers. (B)

Fairfield Inn Oakhurst-Yosemite or similar

Day 15

Kings Canyon National Park

Continue to Kings Canyon, where you will find ancient giant sequoias and redwoods in Grant Grove. At the center of Grant Grove is the General Giant Tree, the second largest tree in the world. This 3,000-year-old wonder stands almost 270 feet tall with a base circumference of 107 feet! With terrain ranging from sun-soaked foothills to alpine forests, a huge variety of wildlife calls this national park home. Look out for animals including gray foxes, bobcats, marmots, eagles, and bears. (B)

Wyndham Visalia or similar

Day 16

Sequoia National Park

Take a pleasant drive to the thick forests of Sequoia National Park, which is adjacent to Kings Canyon and just as magnificent. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and administered by the National Park Service along with Kings Canyon National Park, Sequoia is home to the largest living single-stem tree in the world. General Sherman stands 275 feet tall with a diameter of 25 feet and is a centuries old display of the power of nature. The Giant Forest, where you'll find General Sherman, contains five of the ten largest trees on Earth. (B)

Wyndham Visalia or similar

Day 17

Pismo Beach & Santa Maria

Head west to the coast, stopping in Pismo Beach for lunch on your own. Spend the afternoon in Santa Maria, a city famous for its distinctive redoak smoked barbecue! (B)

Best Western Plus Big America or similar

Day 18

Los Angeles via Santa Barbara

Visit Santa Barbara—the American Riviera—and enjoy its Spanish mission style architecture, mild Mediterranean climate, and stunning ocean views.

Take a self-guided tour of the lovely Santa Barbara Mission, where you can enjoy some of the best views in town. The “Queen of the Missions” is known for its magnificent twin bell towers, sprawling gardens, and the ocean views it enjoys from its position on a hill overlooking downtown Santa Barbara.

Continue to Los Angeles, where you will stop at the Getty Center. Enjoy amazing city views from this architecturally stunning art museum before a late afternoon arrival at your hotel. (B)

Holiday Inn LAX or similar

Note: For the Jun 17 departure The Getty Center will be on Day 19 and the Los Angeles/Hollywood tour will be on Day 18.

Day 19

Los Angeles

Today we take a guided tour of Los Angeles and Hollywood, seeing many of the highlights of the City of Angels. See Beverly Hills, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the ornate TCL Chinese Theatre, and more. Enjoy an included farewell lunch on the Santa Monica Pier, which has endless views and its very own amusement park. (B, L)

Holiday Inn LAX or similar

Day 20

Scenic Pacific Surfliner Train Ride to San Diego

Your San Diego extension begins with a memorable train ride down the coast. From Los Angeles’ famed Union Station, travel on the Pacific Surfliner to San Diego. Your non-escorted extension to California’s southernmost city is the perfect opportunity to soak up the sun and beachy vibes at your own pace. (B)

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay or similarr

Day 21

San Diego

Explore San Diego at your leisure. San Diego is the quintessential California beach town, with amazing sightseeing, food, and activities available year-round. Enjoy the beach, the historical Gaslamp district, or some of the numerous museums and zoos in and around San Diego. (B)

Embassy Suites San Diego Bay or similar

Day 22

Depart for Home (B)


Please note that this is a proposed itinerary; the actual itinerary may vary due to season, special events, or weather. Hotels may differ depending on date. Because our tour arrangements are often made a year or more in advance, YMT Vacations reserves the right to alter the itinerary. Itinerary changes are made to improve your vacation experience, as well as respond to any unforeseen circumstances that mandate alterations. By their nature, all tour vacations involve a certain level of physical activity. While YMT tours have been designed with our guests in mind and are not physically demanding, this tour does include walking and periods of standing during the sightseeing visits. You will also encounter steps and some uneven ground along the way, particularly at older, historical sights. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.


YMT Vacations itineraries may contain suggestions for activities for your leisure time; these suggestions do not constitute a recommendation nor an endorsement of any specific service provider and the decision to participate in any such activities should be made independently.



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You have the ability to move your booking to another date or destination. We'll waive all land or cruise penalties and transfer you to the new vacation (airlines impose different change policies and penalties). See our Peace of Mind Program for more details.

A worry-free experience for our guests is very important to us. With guest's help and the implementation of a few changes and new protocols such as increased sanitization, responsible social distancing, and enhanced tour director training, you can continue to enjoy peace-of-mind while traveling. For more information on our new safety protocols, please see our Travel Safe Program.

Guests do not need a passport or visa for this tour. Starting October 1, 2021, guests are required to have a REAL ID-compliant identification which includes REAL ID-compliant driver's licenses, US passports, US passport cards, US military IDs, and federally recognized tribal-issues photo IDs.

A full list can be found here: https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/identification

Before this date, any government-issued ID, including any state driver's license and any federal ID, will suffice.

You will need U.S. dollars.

No, guests will not need to bring adapters or converters as the U.S. use standard 110V plugs.



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