It is about 3000 miles from New York to California, by the most direct (but least interesting) route.
If you drive for 4-6 hours a day, the trip will take 10 of your 14 days.
That doesn’t leave you much time for anything else.
How many miles across is California?
Is California near New York?
The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between New York and California is 3,928 km= 2,441 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from New York to California, It takes 4.36 hours to arrive.
How many days does it take to drive from New York to Los Angeles?
My friend came with me and driving about 10–12 hours a day with a short day being 8 hours when we stopped in Vegas for the night, it took about 5 Days to drive almost exactly 3,000 miles. It can be done in less time if you drive longer with less sleep, but that’s risky.
Does Amtrak go from New York to California?
Amtrak train tickets from Los Angeles to New York start from $186.00, and on average cost $299.11. Amtrak in Los Angeles leaves from Union Station and 2 other stations. And in New York trains arrive at Penn Station, From Los Angeles to New York train travel on Amtrak takes 86 hours and 20 minutes.
Is there a train from New York to California?
Amtrak offers the most scheduled departures between New York to Los Angeles, usually offering 13 trips per day. On this route there are no direct schedules. This means that along your journey from New York to Los Angeles, you will need to disembark from the first train and board a connecting train.
Why was the OC Cancelled?
Cancellation. Due to low ratings, it was rumored that the show would not return for a fifth season. Rowan said that “when [the fourth season] was picked up for just 16 episodes this year the cast had a feeling the end was near.” On January 3, 2007, Fox announced that The O.C.
Are there trains in California?
California Train Routes. Trains and Amtrak Thruway buses reach more than 90 destinations in the Golden State, including all the top travel destinations such as San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, and Sacramento.
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