My name is Anaïs and my boyfriend and I are planning a 3 month roadtrip for our 10 year anniversary. We're from Paris (France).
This is the first time for us travelling this long and we don't know if we are getting carried away or if our plan is realistic :)
We would like to visit or to stop there :
New Orleans // Bâton-Rouge // Lafayette // Austin // Big Bend National Park // Chihuahua (Mexico) // El Paso // White Sands National Monument // Tucson // Flagstaff // Grand Canyon // Monument Valley // Antelope Canyon // Las Vegas // Death Valley National Park // Los Angeles // San Francisco // Yosemite National Park // Portland // Seattle // Vancouver // Yellowstone // Mont Rushmore // Chicago // Niagara Falls // Toronto // Ottawa // Montréal // Québec // New York
The shorter time spent in those cities would be 1 day and the longest would be 5 days (in big cities).
It's a first draft, maybe we are missing a lot or maybe the route is not optimal. Of course I guess we will have to stop between some of the places to get some rest. Does it seem realistic to you ?
We can of course try to do less, we don't want to be binge travelling but still would love to make the most of it.
Sorry if this can seem a little bit paradoxical.
And another question, is it cool to visit these places from the end of march to the end of june weather wise ?
Thanks a lot for your anwsers and piece of advice, we're a bit overwhelmed :/