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My husband and I and our 7 yr old are planning an 12 day trip this June. We are driving to DC then to NYC, up the coast through Boston and Maine then over through the White Mountains and into Vermont and then home to Ohio. I need help with where to stop and stay and what we can just do for the day. I have got DC and NYC covered. Also, can anyone tell me approx toll cost and which routes are better to avoid sitting in traffic all day. I want to hit every state even if its just for 1 picture.

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