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Niagra Falls, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal?

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Hi, I am in the very early stages of planning our summer vacation. My husband and 15 yr. old daughter would like to visit Niagra Falls, Toronto, Ottawa, and maybe Montreal and Ithaca, NY. We have already been to Montreal and Ithaca but not the other places. My first concern is the route. We are in South Florida. We plan on flying, renting a car, road tripping, and flying home. It seems that it is less expensive to fly into U.S. and drive to Canada. Do I fly in/out of Buffalo, NY, Rochester, Vermont? I want to avoid driving back and forth and not have to spend many hours in the car during each stretch.

Once I figure out the route (a circle would be best), I would love suggestion on must see places, restaurants, etc. We love to eat and are adventuresome eaters. We enjoy native culture, art museums, and mainly nature--hiking, climbing, kayaking, etc.

Thank you in advance for your suggestions.

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