Hi all, In a few weeks a friend and myself will be flying a Bell 505 from tip of Florida to East coast Canada. Strictly VFR, so intend to fly below or outside the TMA's most of the time. Planning to spend approx 2 weeks on this part of the trip, where we plan to remain coastwise until past NYC. The only real cool thing on our list so far is the Manhattan VFR route (found the sectional for this in Foreflight), but it would be great to find spots where we can land and get good food and lodging along the way. We would like to avoid as many "big" airports as possible so that we can avoid wasting time in the mornings on taxis, security hassle, follow me cars, fences and all of that. I'm just thinking that there must be hotels that have a helipad area along our route? We have ferry tanks so we can fill approx a total of 150+ gallons to give us 6 hours endurance, so fuel at overnight stops is not strictly necessary if we plan ahead a bit. Thanks a lot, tickets are booked and we are starting to realize what an epic adventure this will be, but we are planning like hell just now. PS: We both live in Norway, but we are able to enter the US despite the current strict immigration policy (fully vaccinated, tested - I'm a US citizen and my pal has a proper visa).