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Hotéis em Estados Unidos da América
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Canyon Suites at The Phoenician
Helix, a Kimpton Hotel
Chatham Bars Inn
Calistoga Ranch
The Equinox Resort
Grand America Hotel
Salt Lake City
The Chatwal Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel
New York
Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley
Park City
Lake Tahoe Waterfront Property
South Lake Tahoe
The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami
Conrad New York
New York
Wai'ula'ula at the Uplands by South Kokhala Management
Hapuna Beach
Brooks House Suites
The Inn at Palmetto Bluff
Pronghorn, An Auberge Resort
Luxury Studio in the West Village Hotel Apartments New York
New York
House on the Rock B&B
JW Marriott Essex House New York
New York
Northern Lights Lodge & Resort
Stone Lion Inn
The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park Hotel
New York
Paradise Shores
The Claremont Hotel Club & Spa
The Farm, LLC
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu
Kapehu Retreat House
North Hilo
Luxury Abode at Solamere
Park City
The Beary Patch Bed and Breakfast Inn
The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common
Beach Club Condo 168
Solana Beach
SkyLife Travel Noma
The Greenwich Hotel
New York
Diplomatic Management
The Beverly Hills Hotel
Los Angeles
Holiday Inn Club Vacations Marco Island Sunset Cove
Marco Island
Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago
South Broadway Manor
Mount Pleasant
Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast
Best Western Plus Dos Rios
The New York EDITION
New York
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park
New York
The Spectator Hotel
Lake Clear Lodge
Lake Clear
McClelland-Priest B&B
Maha Maui Villas & Retreat
Minnie Street Bed & Breakfast Inn
EPIC Miami, a Kimpton Hotel
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
Turtle Bay Resort
The Ritz-Carlton, Denver
Montauk Manor
Vail Village Residences by Gore Creek Properties
Seven Sea Street Inn
InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa
Oak Grove Village Apartments
Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond
Saint Michaels
Refinery Hotel - New York
New York
Villa Rodia
The West Tower at ONE UN Plaza - Millennium Hotels and Resorts
New York
The Langham Chicago
Hotel Murano, a Provenance Hotel
The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Victoria Drive Luxury Home
Residences at The Little Nell
Downtown East by onefinestay
New York
The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta
Inn at Harbour Town
Hilton Head Island
Montage Deer Valley
Park City
Holiday Home Santa Fe
La Quinta
The Brown Hotel
Casa Grandview Bed and Breakfast
West Palm Beach
Oceana Beach Club Hotel
Santa Monica
The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay
Half Moon Bay
Waikiki Landmark
My Lake Home
Adobe Grand Villas
Luxury Foothills Condo Tucson
Molly Pitcher Inn
Red Bank
La Casa del Zorro Resort
Borrego Springs
Got It All Vacation Rentals Hotel Holiday homes Pigeon Forge
Pigeon Forge
The Peninsula Beverly Hills
Los Angeles
Brampton Bed and Breakfast Inn

Aeroportos próximos de Estados Unidos da América a uma distância máxima de 250 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América
PLN - Pellston of Emmet County 50.15 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
APN - Alpena County 66.06 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
ACB - Antrim County Airport 69.55 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
CVX - Charlevoix 70.23 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
TVC - Cherry Capital 109.11 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
CIU - Chippewa County 114.19 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto internacional
YAM - Sault Ste. Marie 140.31 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
YEL - Elliot Lake 188.70 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto Regional
MBS - MBS 189.70 km do centro de Estados Unidos da América - Aeroporto internacional

Informações gerais acerca de Estados Unidos da América
Os Estados Unidos da América (EUA), normalmente referido como os Estados Unidos (EUA), América ou, simplesmente, é uma república federal que consiste em 50 estados e um distrito federal, dos quais 48 estados são contíguos e o Distrito Federal de Washington, DC, que estão na América do Norte central entre o Canadá e o México.
O estado do Alasca encontra-se a noroeste da América do Norte e do estado do Havaí é um arquipélago no meio do Pacífico. O país também tem cinco territórios despovoados e nove no Caribe no Pacífico.
É uma nação das mais etnicamente diversa e multi cultural do mundo. A geografia e o clima dos Estados Unidos também é extremamente diversificada, e onde existe uma grande variedade de vida selvagem.
Fonte: wikipedia
Lingua oficial
Inglês americano
Natural scenery
From the spectacular glaciers of Alaska to the wooded, weathered peaks of Appalachia; from the otherworldly desert escapes of the Southwest to the vast waters of the Great Lakes; few other countries have as wide a variety of natural scenery as the United States does.
America's National Parks are a great place to start. Yellowstone National Park was the first true National Park in the world, and it remains one of the most famous, but there are 57 others. The Grand Canyon is possibly the world's most spectacular gorge; Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park are both home to the world's largest living organisms, the Giant Sequoia; Redwood National park has the tallest, the Coast Redwood; Glacier National Park is home to majestic glacier-carved mountains; Canyon lands National Park could easily be mistaken for Mars; and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park features abundant wildlife among beautifully forested mountains. And the national parks aren't just for sightseeing, either; each has plenty of outdoors activities as well.
Still, the National Parks are just the beginning. The National Park Service also operates National Monuments, National Memorials, National Historic Sites, National Seashores, National Heritage Areas... the list goes on (and on). And each state has its own state parks that can be just as good as the federal versions. Most all of these destinations, federal or state, have an admission fee, but it all goes toward maintenance and operations of the parks, and the rewards are well worth it.
Those aren't your only options, though. Many of America's natural treasures can be seen without passing through admission gates. The world-famous Niagara Falls straddle the border between Canada and the U.S.; the American side lets you get right up next to the onrush and feel the power that has shaped the Niagara gorge. The "purple majesty" of the Rocky Mountains can be seen for hundreds of miles in any direction, while the placid coastal areas of the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic have relaxed Americans for generations. And, although they are very different from each other, Hawaii and Alaska are perhaps the two most scenic states; they don't just have attractions—they are attractions.

Historical attractions
Americans often have a misconception of their country as having little history. The US does indeed have a tremendous wealth of historical attractions—more than enough to fill months of history-centric touring.
The prehistory of the continent can indeed be a little hard to uncover, as most of the Native American tribes did not build permanent settlements. But particularly in the West, you will find magnificent cliff dwellings at sites such as Mesa Verde, as well as near-ubiquitous rock paintings. The Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. is another great place to start learning about America's culture before the arrival of European colonists.
As the first part of the country to be colonized by Europeans, the eastern states of New England, the Mid-Atlantic, and the South have more than their fair share of sites from early American history. The first successful British colony on the continent was at Jamestown, Virginia, although the settlement at Plymouth, Massachusetts, may loom larger in the nation's mind.
In the eighteenth century, major centers of commerce developed in Philadelphia and Boston, and as the colonies grew in size, wealth, and self-confidence, relations with Great Britain became strained, culminating in the Boston Tea Party and the ensuing Revolutionary War...

Monuments and architecture
Americans have never shied away from heroic feats of engineering, and many of them are among the country's biggest tourist attractions.
Washington, D.C., as the nation's capital, has more monuments and statuary than you could see in a day, but do be sure to visit the Washington Monument (the world's tallest obelisk), the stately Lincoln Memorial, and the incredibly moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The city's architecture is also an attraction—the Capitol Building and the White House are two of the most iconic buildings in the country and often serve to represent the whole nation to the world.
Actually, a number of American cities have world-renowned skylines, perhaps none moreso than the concrete canyons of Manhattan, part of New York City. The site of the destroyed World Trade Center towers remains a gaping wound in Manhattan's vista, however America's tallest building, the new 1 World Trade Center, now stands adjacent to the site of the former towers. Also, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building stand tall, as they have for almost a century. Chicago, where the skyscraper was invented, is home to the country's single tallest building, the (former) Sears Tower, and an awful lot of other really tall buildings. Other skylines worth seeing include San Francisco (with the Golden Gate Bridge), Seattle (including the Space Needle), Miami, and Pittsburgh.
Some human constructions transcend skyline, though, and become iconic symbols in their own right. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, the Statue of Liberty in Manhattan, the Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles, and even the fountains of the Bellagio casino in Las Vegas all draw visitors to their respective cities. Even the incredible Mount Rushmore, located far from any major city, still attracts two million visitors each year.

Museums and galleries
In the US, there's a museum for practically everything. From toys to priceless artifacts, from entertainment legends to dinosaur bones—nearly every city in the country has a museum worth visiting.
The highest concentrations of these museums are found in the largest cities, of course, but none compare to Washington, D.C., home to the Smithsonian Institution. With almost twenty independent museums, most of them located on the National Mall, the Smithsonian is the foremost curator of American history and achievement. The most popular of the Smithsonian museums are the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of American History, and the National Museum of Natural History, but any of the Smithsonian museums would be a great way to spend an afternoon—and they're all 100% free.
New York City also has an outstanding array of world-class museums, including the Guggenheim Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
Fonte: wikipedia
The variety of restaurants throughout the U.S. is remarkable. In a major city such as New York or Chicago, it may be possible to find a restaurant from nearly every country in the world. One thing that a traveler from Europe or Latin America will notice is that many restaurants do not serve alcohol, or may only serve beer and wine. Some restaurants, especially in larger cities, implement a BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze) policy, in other words, you are invited to bring your own alcoholic beverages. Another is the sheer number and variety of fast food and chain restaurants. Most open early in the morning and stay open late at night; a few are open 24 hours a day. A third remarkable fact is the size of the portions generally served by US restaurants. Although the trend has moderated in recent years, portions have grown surprisingly large over the past two or three decades.

While many types of food are unchanged throughout the United States, there are a few distinct regional varieties of food. The most notable is in the South, where traditional local fare includes grits (ground maize porridge), collard greens (a boiled vegetable, often flavored with ham and a dash of vinegar), sweet iced tea, barbecue (not unique to this region, but best and most common here), catfish (served deep-fried with a breadcrumb coating), cornbread, okra, and gumbo (a stew of seafood or sausage, rice, okra, and sometimes tomatoes).
Barbecue, BBQ, or barbeque is a delicious American specialty. At its best, it's beef brisket, ribs, or pork shoulder slowly wood smoked for hours. Ribs are served as as a whole- or half-rack or cut into individual ribs, brisket is usually sliced thin, and the pork shoulder can be shredded ("pulled pork") or chopped ("chopped pork"). Sauce of varying spiciness may be served on the dish, or provided on the side. Various parts of the U.S. have unique styles of barbecue. Generally, the best barbecue is found in the South, with the most distinct styles coming from Kansas City, Texas, Tennessee, and North Carolina. However, barbecue of some variety is generally available throughout the country. Barbecue restaurants differ from many other restaurants in that the best food is often found at very casual establishments. A typical barbecue restaurant may have plastic dinnerware, picnic tables, and serve sandwiches on cheap white bread. Barbecue found on the menu at a fancy chain or non-specialty restaurant is likely to be less authentic. Ribs and chicken are always eaten with your fingers; pork and brisket are either eaten with a fork or put into a sandwich. Note that the further one gets from the South, the more likely that "barbecue" refers to food cooked on a grill with no smoking, such as hamburgers or hot dogs.
With a rich tradition of immigration, America has a wide variety of ethnic foods; everything from Ethiopian cuisine to Laotian food is available in major cities with large immigrant populations.
Chinese food is widely available and adjusted to American tastes. Authentic Chinese food can be found in restaurants in Chinatowns in addition to communities with large Chinese populations. Japanese sushi, Vietnamese, and Thai food have also been adapted for the American market in recent years. Fusion cuisine combines Asian ingredients and techniques with more traditional American presentation. Indian food outlets are available in most major U.S. cities and towns.
Mexican/Hispanic/Tex-Mex food is very popular, but again in a localized version. Combining in various ways beans, rice, cheese, and spiced beef or chicken with round flatbread loaves called tortillas, dishes are usually topped with spicy tomato salsa, sour cream, and an avocado-based dip called guacamole. Small authentic Mexican taquerias can be found easily in the Southwest, and increasingly in cities throughout the country.
Italian food is perhaps the only cuisine that rivals Mexican for widespread popularity. All manners of pasta can be found here, and American-styled pizzas (typically topped with tomato sauce and cheese, in addition to other meats and vegetables) are a popular choice for social events and casual dining. Italian restaurants can be found almost everywhere, and even non-specialty restaurants and grocery stores can provide you with basic pasta meals.
Middle Eastern and Greek foods are also becoming popular in the United States. The gyro (known as "doner kebab" or "schawarma" in Europe) is a popular Greek sandwich of sliced processed lamb on a pita bread topped with lettuce, tomatoes and a yogurt-cucumber sauce. Hummus (a ground chickpea dip/spread) and baklava pastries are frequently found in supermarkets, along with an increasingly widespread and high-quality array of "pita" products.
Vegetarian food is easy to come by in big urban areas. As vegetarians are becoming more common in the U.S., so are the restaurants that cater to them. Most big cities and college towns will have vegetarian restaurants serving exclusively or primarily vegetarian dishes. In smaller towns you may need to check the menu at several restaurants before finding a vegetarian main course, or else make up a meal out of side dishes. Wait staff can be helpful answering questions about meat content, but be very clear about your personal definition of vegetarian, as dishes with fish, chicken, egg, or even small quantities of beef or pork flavouring may be considered vegetarian. This is especially common with vegetable side dishes in the South. Meat-free breakfast foods such as pancakes or eggs are readily available at diners.
People on low-fat or low-calorie diets should be fairly well-served in the U.S., as there has been a continuing trend in calorie consciousness since the 1970s. Even fast-food restaurants have "lite" specials, and can provide charts of calorie and fat counts on request.
For the backpacker or those on very restricted budgets, American supermarkets offer an almost infinite variety of pre-packaged/pre-processed foods that are either ready or almost ready for consumption, e.g. breakfast cereal, ramen noodles, canned soups, etc.
In the largest cities, "corner stores" abound. These small convenience stores carry a variety snacks, drinks, and prepackaged foods. Unlike most convenience stores, their products are sold at relatively low prices (especially by urban standards) and can provide for snacks or even (nutritionally partial) meals for a budget no more than $5 a day.
Seafood is abundant on the coasts, with freshwater and saltwater varieties of fish and shellfish (although finding squid, octopus, and jellyfish will require a bit of effort). The Northeast is famed for its Maine lobsters, and the Southeast has a variety of shrimp and conch. Most of the seafood in Florida is served spicy, as influenced by the Carribean taste. Seafood dining on the west is equally abundant, and Alaskan salmon is served in high quantity through the Pacific Northwest.
Fonte: wikipedia
O clima é geralmente temperado, com algumas excepções. Alaska é frio e dominado pela tundra ártica, enquanto Havaí e sul da Flórida são tropicais . As Grandes Planícies são secas, planas, transformando-se em deserto árido no distante oeste e Mediterrânico, ao longo da costa da Califórnia.
No inverno, as principais cidades do norte e centro-oeste podem ter 61 cm de neve em dias com temperaturas frias.
Os verões são húmidos, mas amenos. Temperaturas acima de 100°F (38°C ), por vezes invadem o Centro-Oeste e as Grandes Planícies. Algumas áreas nas planícies do norte podem experimentar temperaturas frias de -30°F (-34°C) durante o inverno. Temperaturas abaixo de 0 ° F ( -18 ° C), podem por vezes, chegar até ao sul de Oklahoma.
O clima do Sul também varia. No verão, é quente e húmido, mas a partir de outubro a abril, o tempo pode variar de 60 ° F (15 ° C ) para curtos períodos de frio de 20 ° F (-7 ° C) ou menos.
As Grandes Planícies e estados do Centro-Oeste também experimentam tornados desde o final da primavera ao início do outono, primeiro no sul, e mais tarde no norte. Os EUA ao longo da costa do Atlântico e do Golfo do México, podem experimentar furacões entre junho e novembro, com tempestades intensas e perigosas.
As Montanhas Rochosas são frias e com neve. Algumas partes das Montanhas Rochosas chegam a ter mais de 500 polegadas ( 12 m) de neve por época . Mesmo durante o verão, as temperaturas são frias nas montanhas e a neve pode cair quase todo o ano.
Os desertos do sudoeste são quentes e secos durante o verão, com temperaturas muitas vezes superiores a 100 ° F (38 ° C). Trovoadas podem ser esperadas no sudoeste com frequência de julho a setembro. Os invernos são suaves, e a neve é quase inexistente. A precipitação média anual é baixa, geralmente inferior a 10 polegadas (25 cm ) .
Tempo fresco e húmido é comum no noroeste do litoral (Oregon e Washington oeste da Faixa de Cascade, e parte do norte da Califórnia, oeste de Cascades ). A chuva é mais frequente no inverno, a neve é rara, especialmente ao longo da costa, e as temperaturas extremas não são comuns. A chuva cai quase exclusivamente a partir de final do outono até à primavera precoce ao longo da costa . a leste de Cascades, o noroeste é consideravelmente mais seco. Mais de Oregon oriental e uma parte substancial do leste de Washington são ou semi- árido ou deserto.
O nordeste e cidades do Alto do Sul são conhecidos por verões com temperaturas atingindo na década de 90 ( 32 ° C) ou mais, com uma humidade extremamente elevada, geralmente acima de 80% . Esta pode ser uma mudança drástica do Sudoeste. Alta humidade significa que a temperatura pode se sentir mais quente do que as leituras reais.
Fonte: wikipedia
Who requires a visa?
A citizen of a foreign country, wishing to enter the U.S., generally must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for temporary stay, or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. The type of visa you must have is defined by immigration law, and relates to the purpose of your travel. Having a U.S. visa allows you to travel to a port-of-entry (airport, for example) and request permission of the Department of Homeland Security, Customs Border Protection immigration officer to enter the U.S. A visa does not guarantee entry into the United States.

Visitors Visa
The visitor visa is a type of nonimmigrant visa for persons desiring to enter the United States temporarily for business (B-1) or for pleasure, tourism or medical treatment (B-2). International travelers with visitor visas comprise a large portion of temporary visitor travel to the United States every year.

The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables nationals of certain countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business for stays of 90 days or less without obtaining a visa. The program was established in 1986 with the objective of eliminating unnecessary barriers to travel, stimulating the tourism industry, and permitting the Department of State to focus consular resources in other areas. VWP eligible travelers may apply for a visa, if they prefer to do so. Not all countries participate in the VWP, and not all travelers from VWP countries are eligible to use the program. VWP travelers are screened prior to admission into the United States, and they are enrolled in the Department of Homeland Security’s US-VISIT program.

Greek citizens will be able to travel to the US without a visa starting April 5, 2010
Currently, 36 countries participate in the Visa Waiver Program, as shown below:

Visa Waiver Program – Participating Countries:

Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, including Greenland and Faroe Islands, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands including Aruba and Netherlands Antilles, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom (full British citizens only).

Brunei, Japan, South Korea, Singapore.

Australia, New Zealand.

All travelers must have individual passports. It is not acceptable (for the visa waiver scheme) for children to be included on a parent’s passport. Passport requirements (for citizens of VWP pre-2008 members only) depend on the date the passport was issued or renewed: Passports issued or renewed before 26 October 2005 must be machine readable. Passports issued or renewed after 26 October 2005 must be machine readable and contain a digitized photograph, or must be biometric passports. Passports issued or renewed after 26 October 2006 must be biometric (citizens of VWP post-2008 members must present a biometric passport).

VWP travelers who have been admitted under the Visa Waiver Program and who make a short trip to Canada, Mexico or an adjacent island generally can be readmitted to the United States under the VWP for the balance of their original admission period. See the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection (CBP) website for additional details. Also VWP nationals resident in Mexico, Canada or adjacent islands are generally exempted from requirements to show onward travel to other foreign destinations.

Families seeking to enter the United States under the VWP need to obtain an individual machine-readable passport for each traveler, including infants. A machine-readable passport has biographic data for only one traveler in the machine-readable zone. Because of the requirement that passport data be presented in machine-readable format, children included in family or parents’ passports may be denied visa-free entry into the United States since only the primary traveler’s biographic data is included in the machine-readable zone of the passport.

What documents will be required?
Enforced compliance of the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) requirement for VWP travelers is in place. Therefore, VWP travelers who have not obtained approval through ESTA should expect to be denied boarding on any air carrier bound for the United States.

A valid ESTA approval is required for all Visa Waiver Program (VWP) to travel to the United States. The Department of Homeland Security, Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) is a free, automated system used to determine the eligibility of visitors to travel to the United States under the VWP. It collects the same information as the paper I-94W form that VWP travelers fill out en route to the United States. ESTA applications may be submitted at any time prior to travel. An ESTA authorization generally will be valid for up to two years. Authorizations will be valid for multiple entries into the United States. DHS recommends that travelers submit an ESTA application as soon as they begin making travel plans.
The U.S. is a huge country with very varied geography, and parts of it are occasionally affected by natural disasters: hurricanes in June through November in the South including Florida, blizzards (sometimes called "Noreasters") in New England and the areas near the Great Lakes and the Rocky Mountains, tornadoes mostly in the Great Plains region, earthquakes in California and Alaska, floods in areas of the Midwestern United States and wildfires in the late summer and early fall in Texas and on the West Coast, particularly California.
Because tornadoes are so common between the Rocky Mountains and the Appalachian Mountains, this area has earned itself the colloquial name Tornado Alley. The San Andreas Fault is a tectonic plate boundary running through California, an area prone to earthquakes.
Fonte: wikipedia
Your trip is a good occasion for a reminder to keep your routine immunizations updated; more than 80% of adults in developed countries have not maintained their immunization status. The following vaccinations are recommended for your protection and to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Polio should be reviewed and updated if necessary. Note: Many of these vaccine preventable illnesses are making a resurgence due to non-vaccination, incomplete vaccination, and waning immunity. It is important to keep your routine immunization up-to-date.

Seasonal influenza vaccination is recommended for all travellers over 6 months of age, especially for children, pregnant women, persons over 65, and those with chronic health conditions such as asthma, diabetes, lung disease, heart disease, immune-suppressive disorders, and organ transplant recipients. Note: In the northern hemisphere the flu season typically runs from November to April and from April to October in the southern hemisphere. If the flu vaccine is not available at the time of departure, contact your doctor or travel health clinic regarding influenza anti-viral protection.

Pneumococcal vaccine is recommended for persons over the age of 65 and persons of any age suffering from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, renal disorders, liver diseases, sickle cell disease, asplenia, or immuno-suppressive disorders.
Telecomunicaçõe e Electricidade
Serviços de telefone móvel norte-americanos (conhecidos como telefones celulares, independentemente da tecnologia utilizada) não são muito compatíveis com os oferecidos no exterior. Enquanto GSM vem ganhando em popularidade, os EUA utilizam frequências 1900 e 850 MHz, por isso deve-se consultar o operador ou vendedor de telefone celular para ver se o seu telefone é um tri-band ou modelo quad-band que funcionar nos EUA.
Taxas de roaming para celulares estrangeiros são elevadas, e mensagens de texto nem sempre funcionam devido a problemas de compatibilidade entre as redes.

A maioria dos americanos tem acesso à Internet, a maioria em suas casas e escritórios, não sendo comuns haver cafés de Internet, fora das grandes áreas metropolitanas, turísticas e resorts. No entanto, você quase sempre tem várias opções de acesso à Internet, exceto, talvez, nas áreas mais remotas, rurais.

Eletricidade nos Estados Unidos é fornecida aos consumidores na forma de 120V, 60 Hz de corrente alternada, através de tomadas de parede equipadas com fichas NEMA 1 ou NEMA 5.

49 locais a visitar e onde ir em: Estados Unidos da América
Parque Nacional Yellowstone
Ciudad de Seattle
Orlando Museum of Art
Northern Gila County Historical
Catedral St. John the Divine
Nova Iorque
Puente de Brooklyn
Nova Iorque
Estatua de la Libertad
Nova Iorque
Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge
Empire State
Nova Iorque
Posey Island State Park
Friday Harbor
San Francisco
São Francisco
Washington D.c.
Museo Guggenheim
Nova Iorque
Time Square
Nova Iorque
Ciudad de Honolulu
372 Restaurantes Onde Comer em: Estados Unidos da América
54 Twenty
Los Angeles
Backlot Express
Los Angeles
Side Street Inn
Beach Pizza
Los Angeles
25 Degrees
Los Angeles
Beverly Hills
San Diego
The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden
Diamond Head Market & Grill
R+d Kitchen
Santa Monica
Open Sesame
Long Beach
Nelly's Java
Banzai Sushi Bar
Alcove Cafe & Bakery
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
20 locais onde Beber, Divertir, Dançar em: Estados Unidos da América
Club Space
The Beacham
Irving Plaza
Nova Iorque
Tobacco Road
Buffalo Bar & Grill
Mandarin Oriental, Miami
Al & Diane's Red Onion Lounge
Hard Rock Cafe
Village Vanguard
Nova Iorque
Champions World Resort
The Raleigh Hotel
Tootsie's Cabaret
Webster Hall
Nova Iorque
Blue Martini Orlando
77 serviços de apoio ao turismo em: Estados Unidos da América
Seaport Airlines
United Airlines
Spirit Airlines
Great Lakes Airlines
Baltia Air Lines
Trans States Airlines
St. Louis
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
American Watersports
Silver Airways
Fort Lauderdale
Omni Air Intrenational
Alamo Rent A Car
Payless Car Rental
Boggy Creek Airboat Rides
Elk Haven RV Ranch
Southwest Airlines
30 Onde Comprar em: Estados Unidos da América
Le Von's Hair Boutique
Los Angeles
L. a. Gun Club Indoor Pistol Shooting Range
Los Angeles
Discovery Toys
Nova Iorque
A Touch of Gold Gateway Mall Lincoln
Tous Miami International Mall
Tiffany & Co.
Peter Raney Custom Tailor
Los Angeles
Beverly Hills Jewelers
Soccer Shop Usa
Los Angeles
Peking Handicraft Inc
Nova Iorque
Aaron Faber Gallery
Nova Iorque
Banana Republic
Ikeda Pearl Co.
Los Angeles
Tiffany & Co.
Nova Iorque
444 Clubes e Campos de Golfe em: Estados Unidos da América
Ballwin Golf Club
Audubon Golf & Country Club
Audubon Iowa
Shady Oaks Golf Course
Valley View Golf Course
Kenai Golf Course
Indian Tree Golf Club
The Bridgewater Club
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