the Nor'easter Roadtrip
This roadtrip takes you to the Northeast to see some of baseball's best teams and classic ballparks. On this trip you will see the New York Yankees play at Yankee Stadium, the Mets at Citi Field and the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Not only will you get to visit some great cities but the 2009 season will be the first year the Yankees play at the new Yankee Stadium and the Mets play at Citi Field. While in New York, visit the Empire Stadium to see views of the city or check out a show on Broadway. Check out Cheers Beacon Hill in Boston to see the bar that inspired the television show Cheers. You can either drive or fly into either Boston or New York to begin your trip, then drive to the other city on I-95. Remember that the Yankees and Mets are never in town on the same days. In order to see both teams while in the city, schedule your trip so that you see one team play a weekend series and the other the first of the next week.

       =- Yankee Stadium
         - Citi Field
         - Fenway Park


       =- New York
         - Connecticut
         - Massachusetts

       =- New York
         - Boston


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Possible Nor'easter Itinerary

the Nor'easter: Three Ballparks/States, Two Cities
the I-95er: Six Ballparks/States, Five Cities
the Big Apple: Two Ballparks, One Big City
the Grand South: Three Ballparks/Cities, Two States
the Buckeye State: Two Ballparks/Cities, One State
the Midwestern Slam: Six Ballparks, Seven States, Five Cities
the Upper Midwestern: Four Ballparks, Three States/Cities
the Central Combo
: Four Ballparks/Cities, Three States
the Texas Two Step: Two Ballparks/Cities, One Big State
California Dreamin': Five Ballparks, Four Cities, One State
the Single Game
: One Ballpark in One City
All in One
: All 30 Ballparks
  • Day 1: Arrive in New York
  • Day 2: Yankees or Mets Game
  • Day 3: Explore New York City
  • Day 4: Mets or Yankees Game
  • Day 5: Travel to Boston
  • Day 6: Red Sox Game
  • Day 7: Depart City

All trips can be completed during a shorter amount of time or in a different order. The above trip allows for time to see and explore each city.

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