Not sure whether I'm posting in the right place....apologies if it's the wrong forum!
We are planning a trip to north East USA and Florida for early July 2015. We are a family of 3, 2 adults and a 16 year old. We are planning to have a 3 week vacation, with approx 10 days touring the NE and 11 nights in Florida. The Florida part of our trip is sorted, but we are struggling with the NE part!
We DEFINITELY want to visit New York, Niagara Falls, Philadelphia and Washington DC. We were originally looking at a road trip, but the long distances to drive and the parking charges in the large cities is putting us off! We are now looking at taking the train (Amtrak), but we are not sure where to start and finish! Should we fly from the UK into Toronto and start at Niagara and work our way down or maybe fly into NYC, go up to Niagara and then come back down to Philadelphia and Washington? Also looking into the possibility of flying from NYC to Niagara and back in a day. Also, not sure whether to include Boston in our itinerary? We will be flying down to Orlando for the second half of our holiday - we don't have a preference which city we fly from in the US.
Any ideas greatly appreciated.....thank you!