My little sister is living in Greenwich, CT working as a live-in nanny for some ultra rich folks. I haven't seen her in a while and also have never been to NYC, so I thought I'd visit her on the long weekend. I'm leaving Friday, Sept. 2nd and riding to Millsboro, DE to see my Aunt. On Saturday, take the scenic route up to Greenwich, CT. Sunday, we plan on riding the bike up to Cape Cod and just seeing whatever on the way. Monday, we will be taking the train into NYC to see Lady Liberty and so forth. That night, I was thinking of riding a couple hours west and spending the night before riding the rest of the way home on Tuesday. Plan on doing about 2,500 miles all together.
Does anyone have any recommendations on the most twisty way to get from DE to CT? Does anyone have a spare bed in eastern PA, Northern MD for Monday night? Is Plymouth, MA cool to see or should we take the time to go all the way up the Cape?
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