Indianapolis to Los Angeles

Your final destination is Los Angeles, the City of Angels and the movie capital of the world. Well known for its Hollywood glamour and celebrities, there are an abundance of things to see and do. Before losin yourself in the glitz and glamour of the city take your time and enjoy a beautiful and marvellous countryside through the inlands by visiting cities like Santa Fe or Hot Springs. In Nashville visit the Belle Meade Plantation which is home to an impressive Greek revival mansion. In Dallas Zoo you will be amazed by the many species they have. The Museum of Art is also worthwhile a visit and fun for everyone. Once you are in Santa Fe, take a visit to the Loretto Chapel which is a former Roman Catholic church and is now a museum. In Phoenix you have to visit the Heard Museum with its more than 32,000 pieces of cultural and fine art. On your last day visit Griffith Park, one of world's largest urban parks and it offers a lot of great activities to end your holiday with a blast.

Recommended vehicles:

Couple: We recommend that you hire the Euro Tourer, for the convenience and luxury features of motorhome with in a compact vehicle that is the perfect solution for a holiday getaway for two.

Family: We suggest that you hire the Sunrise Escape. You won’t waste your time and your money with this reliable RV vehicle, it provides all of the extra room a family needs to enjoy a motorhome holiday adventure.

Itinerary

Day 1: Indianapolis to Nashville
Day 2: Nashville
Day 3: Nashville to Memphis
Day 4: Memphis
Day 5: Memphis to Hot Springs
Day 6: Hot Springs to Dallas
Day 7: Dallas
Day 8: Dallas to Santa Fe
Day 9: Santa Fe to Albuquerque
Day 6: Albuquerque to Phoenix
Day 7: Phoenix
Day 8: Phoenix – Los Angeles
Day 9: Los Angeles

Highlights

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Memphis in May

This is a month long festival held in Memphis. The festival itself is split into four main events: The Beale Street Music Festival, the kick-off event which showcases a mix of local and national music acts, International Week, a group of events dedicated to the country that is sponsored that year, The World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest, one of the most popular barbecue contests in the country, and the Sunset Symphony, a night of classical music. This event will mark its 37th anniversary in May 2013. More Info

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Sante Fe National Forest

The Santa Fe National Forest is a protected national forest. Elevation ranges from 1600m to 4000m at the summit of Truchas Peak, located within the Pecos Wilderness. The Jemez, Coyote, and Cuba districts are located in the Jemez Mountains; the Pecos/Las Vegas district is located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and the Española district is located in both mountain ranges. More Info

Location: Flinders Ranges and Outback | Photographer: Milton Wordley | Copyright: South Australian Tourism Commission

Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo opened in 1962 and is the largest non-profit zoo in the United States. The zoo has over 1,300 animals on display and contains 4.0km of walking trails. More Info

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The Korean Bell of Friendship

The Korean Bell of Friendship is a massive bronze bell housed in a stone pavilion in Angel's Gate Park, in the San Pedro neighbourhood of Los Angeles. Located at the corner of Gaffey and 37th Streets, the section of the park is alternatively called the "Korean-American Peace Park," and occupies part of the former Upper Reservation of Fort MacArthur. More Info

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