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Hi, Folks!

We're a family of 6: Two adults and 4 young children, ages 9, 6, 3, and a newborn.

We're planning on a 10-day trip at the end of June (i.e., less than 2 months from now).

We live near NYC and are looking for a destination that is:
* Affordable to fly to ($200 of less per ticket from NYC/Philly area);
* Does not require lots of driving while there (the kids are not big fans of on-the-road trips);
* Interesting to all of us.

I know that this description is kinda general, but it hadn't led us yet to any particular ideas besides Florida (and I'm not saying Florida is a bad idea, I'm just trying to explore some more; anyhow, we're not into that Disney-and-other-parks kind of a trip).

In recent years we already went to New Orleans, LA; Washington, DC; and most of New England.

Any ideas would be much appreciated,
Yours,
Arnon

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