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Guelph, ON, Canada to New Orleans over March Break...with 11 month old?

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Hi everyone,

My husband and I are toying with the idea of going on a road trip with our infant son over the March Break. We would leave Friday, March 8th around 4pm (can't leave earlier) and would need to be back by Saturday, March 16th.

We were thinking of heading to New Orleans for a few days with some stops on the way there as well as on the way back.

Another option is not to go as far as New Orleans...maybe a final destination of Tennessee? We're open to suggestions!

We're leaving from Guelph, Ontario which is about 1 hour west of Toronto.

Finally, our son enjoys travelling in the car and has already been on an 18 hour trip to Thunder Bay and back, so we're not too worried about that aspect.

Thanks!

Jill

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