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Taking 7 days instead of 5

If I wanted to only drive 4 hours a day what would be good stopping points along the route from Los Angeles to Columbus, Ohio.

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answered by
Janelle from Charleston

Las VegasGrand Junction, DenverNorth PlatteDes MoinesChicagoColumbus.  If you want to take 7 days you'll need to count on driving more like 5-6 hours per day.  

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  2. Grand Junction (city)
  3. Denver (city)
  4. North Platte (city)
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answered by
Scott from Cesky Krumlov

My apologies, but this trip will take at least 9 days at this pace.  It's really really far!!

I would recommend breaking it up into 2 hour chunks and doing morning-afternoon-evening stints, if you need to rest.

At 6 hours a day, you'll be there in about 6 days.  3 night less in hotels! can help you plan the route.  Have a great time on the road.

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I make it 8 days

Los Angeles to Needles 3 hours 51 minutes

Needles to Winslow 3 hours 56 minutes

Winslow to Albuquerque  3 hours 51 minutes

Albuquerque Amarillo 4 hours 8 minutes

Amarillo to Norman 4 hours 15 minutes

Norman to  Springfield (Missouri) 4 hours 33 minutes

Springfield to Greenville (Illinois) 4 hours

Greenville to Columbus 5 hours 29 minutes

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  2. Needles (city)
  3. Winslow (city)
  4. Albuquerque (city)
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  7. Springfield (Missouri) (attraction)
  8. Greenville (Illinois) (city)
  9. Columbus (city)
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answered by
Hazel from Port St. Lucie

take I-10 East to Mobile. Stop in New Orleans. Stay in Hotels you have rewards in. After New Orleans stay in Biloxi. Dine at Mary Mahoney's Old French House in Biloxi. Go North to Memphis. Stay at Sam's Town in Tunica, MS. It is 20 minutes from Memphis, Tennessee. Go downtown to listen to music and have BBQ. From there l would travel to Nashville and stay there. Next stop would be Louisville. Louisville is across from Cincinnati If you like casinos there are many in Ohio. l stop in Caves when l see signs. They are many places that you can stop. l gave you ideas from New Orleans. Plan to avoid El Paso

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  3. Biloxi (attraction)
  4. Mary Mahoney's Old French House (restaurant)
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  6. Tunica (city)
  7. Louisville (city)
  8. Cincinnati (city)
  9. El Paso (city)

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