Road Trip Plan for Gambling and Sightseeing

Posted by on 6 November 2015 | 0 Comments

One of the best ways to travel is by taking a road trip. The reason is that the journey to your 
intended destination can be just as fun as reaching your vacation goal. For example, if you plan 
to head to Las Vegas for a gambling vacation and for some sightseeing, and you have the 
opportunity to get to Sin City via car instead of airplane, the following are a couple of great tips 
to keep in mind when planning your road trip.

Road Trip Las Vegas - This Way!

Plan your route - Know the route you will travel to get to Vegas. Depending on where you are 
driving from in the U.S., you will discover that there are many things to do and see on your 
journey.  For instance, if you’re travelling near the Mississippi river, you could enjoy a great 
river road trip adventure! Be sure to find a map of where you’ll be headed and see what will be 
nearby that’s worth checking out. The trick is to enjoy as many activates as you can on your 
journey without going too far out of your way.

Road Trip Las Vegas - Onwards!

Know what you’ll do when you get to Vegas - Sin City is home to many land based casinos in the U.S. Research the ones that most interest you, and find out where they are so you can make a priority of seeing them.

Also, don’t forget that there is more to the city than gambling. Don’t miss out on sightseeing in Las Vegas. From the famous strip, to the many themed casino resorts, to helicopter rides over the city and the Grand Canyon, there is plenty to do and see.

Remember that unless you have all the time and money in the world, it is unlikely that you will be able to do and see everything that you want to on your road trip. That is why it is important that you figure out what you would like to experience first, so you can create the best plan that will ensure the most rewarding vacation.

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Transfercar Made “Free One-Way Car Rentals” A Reality

Posted by on 5 November 2015 | 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered what happens when you drop off a rental car at a destination miles away from where you first picked it up? Motorhome Roadtrip's industry partner, and relocation specialist Transfercar have been solving this issue since 2007.

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Charter Bus Rental Atlanta - Where to Get the Best and the Cheapest Food in Atlanta

Posted by on 26 October 2015 | 0 Comments

One of the first things that travelers look for when visiting a new state or city is the great and cheap food. Why? Because without budget-friendly dining options, your trip would become too expensive and lack luster. As for your upcoming trip to Atlanta, this holiday season, you are lucky because there are a lot of places where you can find restaurants and diners that serve amazingly delicious yet really affordable food. Embark on a really memorable gastronomic adventure with your friend and family, visit its top tourist destinations in the most stress-free way with the help of the best charter bus rental, Atlanta has to offer.

Top Reasons Why You Should Hire a Charter Bus Rental Atlanta

There are several modes of transportation that you can choose in order to get to Atlanta and explore its popular tourist spots. But if you are looking for the one that offers its passengers with the best benefits, then chartering a bus is definitely the best way to go. Here are the reasons why your charter bus rental Atlanta should be your top choice:

Affordable and Really Flexible Rates. For those who are trying to keep their expenses at a minimum, then you will surely find renting a professional charter bus helpful. You can be sure that the rates are budget friendly and can even be customized based on the budget that you have set for the trip.

Easy to Book and Confirm Trips. You can surely book your trip online, which means that you do not need to really stress about not being able to find the right travel package for you. The information that you need can easily be found online. You can also book, confirm and safely pay for the trip through their website as well.

Single Vehicle Travel. You do not need worry about renting additional vehicle to get around the city since the bus that you will be renting will take you to all the best places in Atlanta. This will also make sure that you will not get lost or worry about finding your way around the city. The company will also provide you with a reliable and experienced driver, as well as a travel guide to keep you and your trip on the right track.

Eat Cheap Around Atlanta:
1. The Varsity
2. Fellini’s Pizza
3. Brick Store Pub
4. Community Q BBQ
5. Pho 24
6. Farm Burger
7. Alon’s Bakery and Market
8. Papi’s Cuban and Caribbean Grill
9. Home Grown
10. Big Shanty Smokehouse

Worried about not finding great food in the city? Just call your chosen charter bus rental Atlanta and fill up on amazing and cheap food with you friends and loved ones.

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Shorepower Offers Convenient Plug-In Service Along Interstates

Posted on 8 October 2015

RVs now have more places than ever to plug in and use all the amenities that electricity provides - running HVAC, appliances and charging batteries. Oregon-based Shorepower Technologies offers convenient RV-style pedestals at 62 locations in 30 states (and growing) throughout the United States.

Whether you are traveling along Interstate 5 on the West Coast, Interstate 95 on the East Coast, or Interstate 80 through the midwest, you can access 120V-208V 20A and 30A power for your RV. These plug-in stations are located at truck stops, many of which also offer restaurants, fuel, wi-fi and convenience store items. The cost is $1/hour plus a $1 startup fee, so a 12-hour overnight session would only cost $13 - far less than most campgrounds.

And RVs only pay for the amount of power time they need. A map of locations and activation portal can be found at

Industry Partners

Posted on 20 September 2015

Scenic Pathways: Traveling Scenic Byways in the US and Canada. A comprehensive digital travel resource for scenic driving routes and scenic travel locations by RV or car.

Get Cosy with a 2-Berth Camper

Posted on 13 February 2014

Valentine's day is coming up, and what better time to contemplate a romantic getaway for two? Campervans, campers, sleepervans, 2-berth motorhomes or just vans- these vehicles are known by different names in different places but are universally an excellent option for a couple who want to see the sights of their chosen destination and  don't mind getting a little cosy in the process.
Often just converted vans, these 2-berth vehicles are the most basic of motorhomes, but what they lack in features they make up for in flexibility, convenience and price. The self-contained versions make it easy to park up and freecamp wherever it is permitted- and are more discreet than a thumping great RV! A van can go many places which a truck can't, up mountains and across one-way bridges to explore a new place up close and personal.
For a romantic holiday on a budget, you can't get much better than these. Imagine opening the door each morning whilst still in bed with your love to look over the Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand, a lake in the Canadian Rockies, the islands of Greece or the vineyards of Tuscany. The closer proximity inherent in a  smaller camper is not a problem if you are fond of your travelling partner, and the compact nature of a 2-berth is a blessing when it comes to finding the best views and places to stop and enjoy the view! The low price of a smaller vehicle is another selling point of these wonderful vans. They are widely available from almost all hire companies all over the world, and are often the most cost-effective way of travelling.
Have a look here to book your next romantic camper getaway!

Good News for NZ Road Trippers

Posted on 25 June 2013

Nelson and its surrounds constitute a beautiful part of New Zealand's South Island. It is the country's sunniest city, and the gateway to the absolutely stunning Abel Tasman National Park- a must see for nature lovers, which we find most motorhome enthusiasts are!

In the spirit of both getting back to nature and also thriftiness, a lot of campervan travellers in New Zealand like to freedom camp where they can- that is, stay somewhere that is not a designated campground and is free. The good news for them (reported by  is that the Nelson City Council is considering relaxing its strict rules on freedom camping. Currently completely banned, the council is looking at ways to change the bylaw, allowing a bit more flexibility for campervans. Keep an eye out for updates on this, and soon you may be enjoying a cheap but very cheerful campervan road trip in sunny Nelson.

As in the rest of New Zealand, freedom camping will still be regulated with the aim of preserving New Zealand's environment. Freedom camping is an option only for self-contained vehicles.

Abel Tasman National Park
by brewbooks Flickr Creative Commons

Have a look here for great deals on New Zealand campervan hire!

Summer Savings on RV's in USA

Posted on 26 March 2013


Summer Savings

Act fast and save on your Summer RV rental by booking today. Save $50 when you book selected vehicles for 10 days or longer this summer, but hurry this offer is only available for 5 days. Savings apply to selected vehicles and must be booked on this website by 31 March 2013 to qualify. Discount applies to travel throughout summer (01 June - 30 September) however it is subject to availability.

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