Greetings good people of the Roadtrip America forum!
Myself and my wife are currently in the process of planning a trip for early September which should last 16 nights.
The plan is to fly into D.C spend a couple of days there, hop on the train to NY, 2 more days, then train again to Boston. After 2 days in Boston we are hiring a car as we have to be in Toronto for a family wedding, i've given us 2 days to get from Boston to Toronto. Was looking at driving up to Vermont, staying Burlington, then hopping across the border to the North of Lake Ontario and staying in Kingston or Picton, before hitting Toronto for 4/5 nights depending on family visits etc. Following the wedding we have a couple of days to get back to Boston to fly home, which would probably be through Niagara and NY state (seen Niagara before so not worried about time out to see the falls.)
Does this seem feasible or am I cramming to much in? For the drive we are happy to just take a drive through scenery and nice towns, we will not be looking to stop and kayak or hike anywhere.
Thanks in advance