Located just off Historic Route 1 is Ferry Farm, Virginia, the boyhood home of George Washington. Ferry Farm inspired the fable about George cutting down his father's cherry tree and is the spot where George threw a stone (or was it a silver dollar?) across the Rappahannock River.
Driving through New York City requires a steady hand and some edge and attitude. But you'll be rewarded by an indescribable symphony of sights, sounds, and people.