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8 or 9 day trip through New Brunswick -- HELP!!

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I an planning an 8 or 9 day trip from Portland, Maine where I live to New Brunswick via Campobello Island, Saint Andrews, Saint John, Alma, Sackville (maybe PEI if there is enough time) to Shediac and north on the Acadian coast at least as far as Maramichi if not further. We would return via Fredericton and Saint Stephen. Is this too much for 8 or 9 days? We don't like driving for long periods, I am thinking between 2-3 hours a day max. We are an older (60s) couple and one very large Bernese Mountain Dog. We are not big on hiking or other outdoor sports (though our dog is) and are mostly interested in seeing the scenery, experiencing the culture(s), taking photographs, and eating. We know from our last trip that finding pet-friendly accommodations in the Maritimes is quite easy. Any suggestions of routes to take, places to visit, places to stay and eat? We have been to Saint Andrews, Saint John, Fundy National Park, Cap-Pele, Shediac & Moncton previously.

Thanks for any suggestions you can give us :-)
Marcia

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