Burlington (Vermont) to Arlington (Virginia): Bypass New York City
Yes. Take the NY Thruway (1-87) south to Suffern, NY where you pick up I-287. Take I-287 to Edison, NJ, where you pick up I-95. See More
Indianapolis to Las Vegas: I want to drive on Route 66 as much as possible
Using Google Maps and the lyrics to "(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66," just enter the towns' names, starting in Chicago, ending in Barstow, CA (skip Winona, AZ), as destinations. (There's a limit to the number of stops you can put into one trip. For the Californa... See More
New York City: Best way to see NYC skyline
Assuming you'll be traveling on I-95, get off at US Rt. 9 north and head to Jersey City. There are great views of downtown Manhattan (World Trade Center) in JC. Go north to Weehauken for views of mid-town (Empire State Building). US9 will take you back to I-95 and the... See More
Boston: Best things to do in Boston
There's the Freedom Trail that takes you to Revolutionary War sites like the Old North Church and Bunker Hill Monument. See More
New York City to Toronto: Where to stop
Cooperstown, FInger Lakes wineries, Ithaca, Niagara Falls See More
Paris: DRIVE Paris > Italy > Etc > Back to Paris
You could make this entire trip by train, and save lots of money and worry. Check Eurail.com for information on passes that will allow you to make stops in all the places you wish to visit. I recommend you swing through the Loire Valley on a bicycle tour, or visit the Burgundy... See More
Atlanta to New York City: Driving Atlanta GA to New York City end May 2019 - 6 days?
The Hudson Valley, just north of New York City, has beautiful scenery and many places for hiking and camping. Bear Mountain State Park is close to the city. Further north is Minnewaska State Park, and on the east side of... See More
Paris: What are the best reasonably priced Jazz clubs in Paris?
Le Caveau de la Huchette (http://www.caveaudelahuchette.fr/2/ ) is pretty cool, I thought, when I was there a few years ago. Check https://www.parisjazzclub.net/en/agenda for a comprehensive list of jazz events in Paris. See More
New York City: Which NYC museums are must see? We only have time for two.
Your admission to the The Metropolitan Museum of Art includes admission to the new The Met Breuer a few blocks away. You probably could pop in there for a visit between the Met and The Frick Collection or Solomon... See More
Poughkeepsie: Best free things to do in Poughkeepsie?
The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College is free. The Samuel Morse House at Locust Grove Estate is free to walk the grounds; the tour of the house is $11. The Dia:Beacon is an art museum in Beacon,... See More