I-95 corridor POI

 

Getting ready to take the family down to Disney World for the Holidays and we'll be travelling down I-95 from Washington D.C. to Orlando.

Is there a POI file for interesting points along the way? Sidetrips that the kids (13,11,7) might find interesing, unique restaurants, anything interesting?

I'm very new to this whole POI thing, but I find it very intriguing and hope to participate more in the future.

Alan

POI

rannals wrote:

Getting ready to take the family down to Disney World for the Holidays and we'll be travelling down I-95 from Washington D.C. to Orlando.

Is there a POI file for interesting points along the way? Sidetrips that the kids (13,11,7) might find interesing, unique restaurants, anything interesting?

I'm very new to this whole POI thing, but I find it very intriguing and hope to participate more in the future.

Alan

My family used to live in Daytona Beach while I was still working in NYC.

I used to drive once a month between NY-FL. I loaded McDonald's, Shell Gas Stations, Rest Areas, Places to Visit, etc..

My suggestion is browse all POIs in Alphabetical meet your criteria such as logging, food, etc.. There are a bunch of them smile

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Pooler Georgia

Check the GA Landmarks POI. Savannah has a nice little railroad museum and roundhouse in the middle of downtown. Also at 80 and 95 in Pooler is the 8th Air Force museum. The 8th Air Force museum they are currently restoring a WWII bomber. Do not remember which model though. Pooler also has a JCB tractor factory. They do not have tours I'm aware of but they do have a couple nice static displays out front and in the lobby.

South of the Border

is long past its heyday, but it might be worth a stop for shopping. It's just across the SC border.

GC

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Nuvi 350, GPS Map 76CX

RTE. 95

I think that Myrtle Beach would be a good place to stop with kids. After that, a stop at Charlston SC and take a tour. A lot of history there.

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Paul..... Nuvi 765T

Myrtle Beach & Charleston

are not exactly on the I-95 corridor. They're both a fair haul off it. From I-95 to MB is about 75 miles and 100 minutes, each way. To Charleston is about an hour and 60 miles, each way.

I don't know what holiday traffic will be like for either city, but Myrtle Beach in general is a pain to get into and through without holiday traffic. It can be a fun place (www.mybeach.com), but there's a time commitment to mess around with it.

GC

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Nuvi 350, GPS Map 76CX