We’re headed to Lake Tahoe for a few days at the end of July for a family reunion with mostly older adults. I have two boys, who are not outdoorsy types at all (i.e., no hiking or biking).
I’m trying to find some fun activities for them to do but am having a hard time. So far, I’ve come up with horseback riding and possibly rafting. They will not want to swim in the cold water. I was looking for a zip line but it looks like the one at Squaw Valley is for younger kids (under 12) and I found another one in the area but you have to weigh at least 85 lbs (my youngest is not even close to that). I’d appreciate any suggestions.
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Hello travelers! We plan in August to go on a trip to USA. And as always, it does not do without “but”. We assume that huddling in the 5th in one car may not be comfortable and along the way we will use the rental of an additional car. I studied the forums and faced a situation where people had problems with renting a car in USA. As far as is known, some companies are denied a lease with a Russian-style driver’s license for the lack of information about the driver in case of a state of emergency. I rummaged through the Internet, I found quite a lot of offers of services for the “translation of a driver’s license or an issue of international standard.” I would like to clarify this issue in more detail. At the moment, the choice fell on the company https://iaalicense.com – I would like to know, maybe someone used their services? Or owns in more detail in general this issue? The price tag is not great, for safety I will turn to them, I will write by the results, but I would also like to hear experienced travelers. What do you think?