North America Recommendations and Raves
heathcliffthedog wrote:+1 to busman77's route 66 rec. Did that about 7 years ago, spent 3 weeks cruising along it. It's not actually one long road, broken up in a few places, but nonetheless worth a trip. Had the best pie of my life in some little diner on that trip (god help me, never wrote down the name of the joint).
That would be the Midpoint Cafe in Adrian, Texas which bills itself as the home of the worlds ugliest pie crust.
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From the trails you can reach several warm water beaches. Skaket Beach, Rock Harbor Beach, and First Encounter Beach are favorites.
The Provincelands trail is a paved trail through the dunes and scrub pine forest at the tip of Cape Cod in Provincetown. Look for the free parking and the nature walks like the Beech Forest trail.
The Cape Cod Rail Trail runs from Eastham to Wellfleet and is a largely off-road trail that travels for over 25 miles through Brewster's Nickerson State Park (Camping) and then through Orleans at Rock Harbor and on to Eastham and Wellfleet. Free parking along the way and at the Salt Pond Visitors Center in Eastham where the Nauset Trail winds through a scrub pine forest to the Atlantic Ocean side and Coast Guard Beach. On the Upper Cape, the bike trails of note are the Cape Cod Canal Trail and the Shining Sea Bikeway.
Friends are always asking me where they should eat when visiting various cities as I do a lot of research to find the good stuff, so I decided to do my own traveller's guide to food in New York.
A range of recommendations/reviews of places to eat to suit all tastes and budgets.
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