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On the western half (Oregon coast to Pueblo, CO), I'd say motels averaged ~$75 including tax, but they'll be a bit cheaper on the eastern half.
The hard part about making this decision was switching to the small wheels.
No kit required. Boil some water in your pan, chuck in a handful of coffee and bring back to the boil. Lift off the flame for a few seconds then repeat twice. Pour into mug, drink and remember to leave the last half inch or so of liquid in the mug unless you like chewing grains You can also add sugar if required at the first stage.
This is actually the traditional method of making Turkish coffee although they use a very small copper utensil.