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Boston to PEI: Where would YOU stop over?

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My nieces and I are going to be spending a week in Prince Edward Island, and spending the previous week going from Boston area (we'll spend three days or so there, probably Saturday to Monday) and are due in PEI on Saturday. This will be in early July.

I realize we could do the drive in one day, but there are so many possibilities along the way that I'd love to hear your thoughts. This would be 16 to 22 year olds with one old auntie (me) who will do pretty much everything. The girls aren't huge history buffs, but are readers: we are visiting Orchard House (and possibly Fruitlands) and of course the Green Gables experience in Cavendish.

Among my thoughts were Portland, ME and Moncton, NB, but again, I'd love to hear your suggestions.

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