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    imported_sam Guest

    Default Roadtrip from CA to NY

    From a day of 3/28 for 10 days, i seriously want to go on a travel alone or with one more friend by CAR from california to new york. and then, here what is the most effective way to drive up there, view spectacular at some states, come back CA in 10 days? if you have pop-up images or know some successful examples, please give me some tips for this adventurous idea.

    thanks

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    imported_sam Guest

    Default Roadtrip from CA to NY

    From a day of 3/28 for 10 days, i seriously want to go on a travel alone or with one more friend by CAR from california to new york. and then, here what is the most effective way to drive up there, view spectacular at some states, come back CA in 10 days? if you have pop-up images or know some successful examples, please give me some tips for this adventurous idea.

    thanks

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    imported_sam Guest

    Default Roadtrip from CA to NY

    From a day of 3/28 for 10 days, i seriously want to go on a travel alone or with one more friend by CAR from california to new york. and then, here what is the most effective way to drive up there, view spectacular at some states, come back CA in 10 days? if you have pop-up images or know some successful examples, please give me some tips for this adventurous idea.

    thanks

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    Default 10 days is pushing the envelope

    Sam,

    As a college boy you must know how far this road trip will be. If you drove the route flat out and stopped only for fuel (no extra food or sleep stops) you would still spend nearly seven days on the road. You are not going to have much time to sight-see. As far as routes go -- I-70 is beautiful this time of year as is I-80. If you choose to travel only 10 hours each day, it will take almost all of your 10 days.

    There are plenty of suggestions for places to stop and see on this Forum. Are you sure you really want to push you and your car that hard in Spring driving conditions?

    If so, better get rested up!

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    Yeah, I agree with mark. what's the fun of a roadtrip if all you're gonna be doing is driving? If money's not an issue, rent a car one way and fly back.

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    Yeah, I agree with mark. what's the fun of a roadtrip if all you're gonna be doing is driving and staring at a road? Even with another person driving, you won't have much time for sightseeing. If money's not an issue, why not rent a car one way and fly back. Or maybe even take the train, maybe it's cheaper. I haven't driven cross country, yet, but I've been planning it for a while.

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