First of all forgive me for occasional typos or misspellings. A Danish 19-yearold’s vocabulary isn’t the greatest.
Anyway I’m planning a road trip with my farther either for the summer of 2014 or autumn 2014 (yes, I know I’m out early but I really want to weigh all of my options before deciding on anything). If we decide on summer we’ll have 21 days to travel, and if we choose autumn we have 15-16 days.
If we go in the summer I want to drive from New Orleans to New York (and maybe make a pit stop in Miami, but I don’t know because I don’t want to spend my entire vacation in the car.) And if we go in autumn I was thinking that we’d drive from Miami to New Orleans and then fly to New York and spend a few days there.
And if we go in autumn I think we’re going to start in Miami, drive to New Orleans and stay there for a few days, then fly to New York and rent a car there to drive up to Canton and back again. Then spend a few days in NYC before heading home.
So I’m looking for advice on which route to take and/or what places that’s worth a visit. And I have absolutely nothing in mind at the moment so I’m open for any suggestions. The only place I know we must visit is Canton, Ohio to see the NFL Hall of Fame. But other than that we are looking for a trip that includes a lot of “corky places” (if you can put it that way). I would like to avoid too much interstate driving seeing as I want to explore as many cities (big or small) as possible. I like to see the “non-touristy” things, so driving around on small country roads won’t be a problem at all. I don’t really have any particular interest as to sightseeing, I just want to consume as much authentic lifestyle as possible. Having said that I should also mention that neither of us are the biggest museum enthusiast.
So all suggestions are welcome since, as you can probably read from my thread, that I’m a bit clueless at the moment.