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Hi all,
My husband and I are planning on driving up from Boston (south shore area) to Montreal in October for my sisters wedding. We are planning on leaving early (around 5/6am) because we will probably have to make multiple stops for our son (potty training).
A few questions:

Which route would be better? 89 or 93?

Rest stops! Best ones? Any to avoid?

Any recs on where we should stop for b-fast? We'd prefer to do a sit-down type place. Maybe Montpelier or Burlington?

Any interesting places a 3 year old might find enjoyable en route? I don't think he will enjoy leaf peeping like his mom!

Thank you! Any and all answers are appreciated!

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