USA Yellow Pages
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Lookup local businesses with the Online Yellow Pages by Superpages.com.Get business ratings, reviews, maps, driving directions and more.
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Search for a business at Yellowpages.com by business name, category, or phone number, and location. Directory includes maps and directions.
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Search businesses in The Yellow Pages (theyellowpages.com). Search by business name or type, and location.
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USA Amarillas Paginas (yasabe.com). Search by name, type or category, and enter a location. Directory is in English and Spanish.
USA White Pages
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Find people by name. Search for people (yellowbook.com) yellow pages and more.
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USA People search tools include- search by name, phone, address, email, and by social net (peoplelookup.com).
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Search People in the USA by name, phone number or address (whitepage.net). Also includes- email lookup, reverse address, zip codes, yellow pages, and more.
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Look up people in the White Pages by last name, first name and location (whitepages.com). Additional searches- reverse phone lookup, find a business, and more
USA Dialing Information
How to call USA
from abroad landline: IAC + 1 + Area Code + 7-digit local number
from abroad mobile: +1 + Mobile Code + 7-digit local number
from any city within USA: 1 + Area Code + 7-digit local number
Calling USA Yellow Pages from USA/Canada/Nanp Countries?
Dial: +1 + Phone Number
Calling USA Yellow Pages from other Countries?
Dial: IAC +1 + Phone Number
International Access Code: IAC is needed to dial out from a country.
25 NANP Countries: Part of the North American Numbering Plan.
USA Country Information
USA Country Code: +1
Capital: Washington
Language (most widely spoken): English
Additional Languages (spoken): French (Louisiana), Hawaiian (Hawaii), Spanish (Lower California, New Mexico), Spanish (spoken by over 29 million), Creole (spoken by over 1 million), Chinese (spoken by over 2 million), Tagalog (spoken by over 1 million), Vietnamese (spoken by over 1 million), German (spoken by over 1 million).
Electricity Type: 120 V, 60 Hz
Currency: US Dollar
Hotels and Travel News in USA
We interviewed hotel front desk clerks and managers to learn some insider secrets. Here's what you should know before your next stay. Those peepholes on your door? Cover with a sticky note because people can look in and see you're not there. Asking you ...
For corporate trekkers, making it to the hotel is only half the battle. All the preparation in the world may not do much good if you're exhausted for your big presentation the next day. So a growing number of hotel properties and brands are rolling out ...
"Parks are very important to travelers, who may have their dogs cooped up in the car for hours at a time," says Becca Barnett of BringFido.com, a website focused on pet-friendly hotels and events. Since the world's first dog park opened in 1979 in ...
The county collects a 5 percent tax on hotel room and other short-term rentals, and the trend in those collections is a closely watched indicator of the health of the local tourism sector. Garvey said ... Source: USA Today 10 Best Readers' Choice ...
Customers can book extra nights at hotels in the cities through Avalon starting at $90 per person in Brussels and $156 per person in Amsterdam. Fares for the Enchanting Belgium itinerary start at $2,499 per person, based on double occupancy. Fares for ...
"We definitely are nature people, but we like our luxury hotel," says Wendy Binstock, a 53-year-old pediatric anesthesiologist from Chicago who picked the Silver Galapagos to tour the islands because it offered a more upscale experience than other vessels.
Three years and more than 70 episodes later, the outspoken and dynamic Melchiorri is in his sixth season of filming Hotel Impossible for Travel Channel. The 49-year-old Brooklyn native helps hotel owners around the world to turn around their struggling ...
For years, airline amenity kits, most of which are handed out in business and first class on long-haul flights, were quite boring. They all looked the same, basically just "Dopp kits" with very little creativity in their design. But that's changing ...
Let's say you're shopping for a vacation. You visit three different online travel agencies (OTAs): Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity. You compare prices among four budget hotels: Days Inn, Howard Johnson, Super 8, Travelodge. You compare rental rates at ...
But like all exceptional travel what goes up must come down and I know sleep deprivation will only enhance the travel blues so I squeeze my eyes tight in the hope to force slumber even though I also know that forcing anything creates nothing but ...
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