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Ideas for a Road Trip starting in New York going North

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Four of us from Hawaii are planning a 7-10 day trip in early October, starting with Broadway shows in New York (3 days) and driving north to view the fall colors. We hope to drive north on one route and return to NY on another route, staying overnight along the way. Any suggestions on a route? We want to spend not more than 4-6 hours on the road each day (is that realistic?). What are some "must see" places?

I've just begun to plan the itinerary, so any suggestions are welcomed since none of us are familiar with the area.
Mahalo!

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