a trip

Are these sentences correct:

1) He thinks this is a good time for a trip to Washington talking to senators.
2) He thinks this is a good time for a trip to New York interviewing artists.

If they are, do 'talking to senators' and 'interviewing artists' modify 'a trip'?

Would it make any difference if one had 'to talk to senators' and 'to interview artists' instead of 'talking to senators' and 'interviewing artists'?

Gratefully,

Navi 

PS. I think these are a bit like 'He found a job teaching English'.

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