Amtrak – New Summer Service – New York to The Berkshires

Something you don’t see very often from Amtrak is the unveiling of a new route. Specifically aimed at New Yorkers’ wanting to get away for a weekend, the new ‘Berkshire Flyer’ will start it’s operations from 08 July and run between New York’s Penn Station, NY and Pittsfield, MA. Departing Penn Station at 15.16 and arriving at 19.12 in Pittsfield. I would recommend that your … Continue reading Amtrak – New Summer Service – New York to The Berkshires

Boston, MA – New Guided Day Visit

During this unprecedented chapter in humanity and with the Travel & Tourism sector decimated beyond all recognition this caught my interest. G Adventures have introduced a one day guided tour of Boston. It is intended for visitors who are desperate to get touring again. Offered on two dates – September 26 and October 3 this year. This is a full itinerary and starts at 07.30 … Continue reading Boston, MA – New Guided Day Visit

New England – Plymouth, where it all began almost 400 years ago

My road trip was nearing it’s final day and my flight wasn’t until 22.00 so I made the decision to tackle the Boston traffic head on. I set my trusty Tom Tom for Plymouth Rock from Seabrook a distance of about 80 miles. As I approached the half way line there was Boston in front of me and toll roads at almost every turn. I … Continue reading New England – Plymouth, where it all began almost 400 years ago