Although the term 'New England charm' is used far and beyond New England, true New England charm is, if nothing else, authentic. Experience all of this charm and serene views of the Atlantic Ocean on this drive down the East Coast.
Scenic beaches don't get much better than this drive. Spanning most of the West Coast, this drive will take you through sand dunes and Redwoods. If you're lucky, this drive might change your life.
If densely packed Pines, fresh air at high elevations, and rushing waters are your thing, you'll love this drive through Idaho's Boise National Forest. But, whatever you do, don't try it during the winter.
Exploring the Appalachian Mountains doesn't get easier than the Blue Ridge Parkway. From North Carolina to Virginia, this drive is dotted with rolling hills and great photo opportunities. Bonus: the handmade goods offered along the parkway are wonderful.
Lake Michigan beaches seem to pop up at every turn on this route, and the white birch trees growing along the road are beautiful. Pristine and far out of the way, this drive is worth the time it'll take to get there.
Route 66 is famous for a reason: it's a great path to follow if you want to explore classic America. The scenery is vastly different from one end to the other and some great cities lie in between.
This road may be tough on cars, but the steep curves drivers endure is testament to the appealing landscape. The Appalachians roll continuously throughout this drive, which is made even better by the Rocky Gap.
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