United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Worthwhile in San Francisco
  2. 2 Trip Report Maine Lobster Rolls
  3. 3 How to eat cheaply in NY
  4. 4 Fort Lauderdale to New York
  5. 5 Maine- Portland to Bar Habor Advice needed
  6. 6 Must see places around Burlington, VT
  7. 7 Week of July 4th in Hamptons. First-timer, bday dinner...
  8. 8 Day hikes in Yosemite for family of 4 (2 teens)
  9. 9 Visting a friend during layover
  10. 10 florida gulf coast
  11. 11 Alaska trip itinerary
  12. 12 Where to take mom for 70th birthday?
  13. 13 Road trip from San Diego to San Francisco with kids
  14. 14 Hotel Choice Chicago: Loop or Magnificent Mile?
  15. 15 Yosemite traffic worth it for 2-3 days?
  16. 16 Road trip advice needed please
  17. 17 Chicago restaurants
  18. 18 Willamette Valley to PDX--what are the options?
  19. 19 Roadtrip from Chicago to Philadelphia
  20. 20 6 Days in California - Advice Needed for first timer!
  21. 21 Yosemite vs. Yellowstone
  22. 22 Newark long term parking
  23. 23 Sad News for Maine Lobster Lovers
  24. 24 Roadtrippin on Route 66
  25. 25 Help plan my trip please
View next 25 » Back to the top

Hudson Valley to Stockbridge, MA/Berkshires

Jump to last reply

Hello

For a general sightseeing drive & stay, how many days/nights would be appropriate for the above path? This is likely to be a trip that is "go go go" during the day with the relaxation/leisurely meal in the evenings. Not so much a "hang out and go swimming and nada during the day time". We'd cover a lot of ground during the day, probably.

And, how many "base camps" would you have? For instance, would you stay in one hotel during the Hudson Valley part, doing day trips from there (West Point, various villages, the CIA for a meal, etc) and then move on to another single lodging for the northern part?

What do you think, four days/nights?

This would start and end in NYC - which would probably be another three nights, estimated...

Thanks!

19 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement