I am looking for some advice on how to travel light on our three week trip to New England in October.
I really don't want to be hindered by too much stuff and I am wondering if there are any good idea's out there? I'm also looking for clothing that will travel well and not need any ironing, or at least just need a minimum of ironing. I learnt my lesson when we went to Turkey, I packed far too much and I am not doing that again.
I'm also looking to plan the rest of our trip. We are spending three days in Boston at the beginning and four days in New York at the end. So we will have forteen days in between and we cannot decide what route to take. There is so much we want to see but have to be sensible. It is pointless driving for hours each day and just being shattered at the end of the day. I would like to stop over two or three nights in three or four places.
We both love lighthouses so we are thinking of travelling up the coast and come back down to Boston further in land. We will then travel to New York by train. So any idea's folks? I am planning on getting all the accomodation sorted before the end of July. Again if you know of any delightful and reasonably price places to stay I would be very happy to hear from you.