Great site here that has already given me a good deal of info. I've also picked up Jamie Jensen's book which has been really helpful.
Just looking to plug a couple of gaps.
Planning a 4 week honeymoon in the US next June. The plan is to hopefully do a couple of road trips connected by internal flights - New York to Key West and then something over on the West Coast.
Only sticking point I'm finding is timing. Living in the UK, some of the scale is a little confusing and I'm struggling to work out how long the east coast route will take so that I can move on to planning the West.
We'd like to take in NY, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Washington (which is looking like a bit of a loop at the moment) and then down through Virginia, Carolina, Savannah, Daytona, Miami and on to the Keys.
I know total driving time is around the thirty hour mark, but can anyone tell me whether a two week trip is enough to take this in at some leisure?
I don't mind pulling longer drives, but would like to spend a couple of days in major stops if possible.
Sorry if this is all a bit vague, but the examples I've seen are extreme. From 30 hours straight through to Virgin Holidays suggesting a 12 day fly drive just in Virginia.
Are we biting off a little too much?
Any views welcome.