Gosh, isn't it hard to explain to someone from outside this large beautiful, as to what to visit, whenfew of us have ever seen it ourselves. I've been traveling in campers, MH, and staying in Motels, via vacations and traveling while selling and have seen very little of the good old USA. At my senior age, I haven't begun to seen nearly as much as I thought I would. You can go to the Smithsonian and spend a week or 2 in it and not see it all. To see the beautiful skys of Montana, Pikes Peak, the Gorge, The apple blossoms, the falls, the War Museums, battlefields, the entertainment Parks, as well as the millions of other places throughout the country. Wish we could travel in time speed and view it ourselves. But it's not possible to view it all. Each State you could spend an eternity in every area of the country. We take it for granted, but it's so huge, no one from overseas could ever comprehend what and why we love it so much. After all the traveling someone in the UK or another country in Europe can travel can do there, they would be completely absorbed by the physical size of the good ole USA. I am each and everytime I venture to a new location or for that fact visit a previous location. Not that suggestions aren't great, but I thought about putting myself in his spot and until we know what he's interested in and go from there. Naturally should they have 3 yrs to spend on continuous travel a huge agenda would work to a great advantage. I for sure would be very confused coming here, but would certainly be thrilled with the adventure of a lifetime and probaby want to extend the time no matter if I had been here a week, a month, a year, or an eternity. Hope I'm not out of line by stating this but as an old Gheezer, that's the way I look at it. Right or wrong that's just an opinion.