Tuesday, May 22, 2007

America’s Highways Were Made For Summer Cruisin’

DETROIT (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – There’s nothing like a summer road trip – especially if you map your route just right.

According to Becky Repp, editor of American Road Magazine, packing into your car and cruisin’ America’s highways could be the most enjoyable summer vacation you’ll ever have, no matter which road you decide to take.

In New England, Repp suggests taking the gorgeous scenic drive from Connecticut to Maine on U.S. Highway 1 and stopping at the Post Road Diner in Norwalk for some delicious breakfast specialties.

For a Midwest road trip, the Kentucky Dixie Highway is a fun drive, since there’s a whiskey museum, Corvette museum, and a village where you can sleep in tepees for a night along the way.

For travelers who love the ocean, U.S. Highway 1 in Oregon is the perfect coastal cruise, and the town of Seaside is home to the oldest surviving aquarium where you can stop in and feed the silly seals.

Finally, if you’re in the mood for mystery, Repp suggests driving through Happy Camp, California, where the Bigfoot Scenic Byway could put you face-to-face with Sasquatch himself.

To plan your summer road trip visit americanroadmagazine.com.

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