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New England Fall Foilage Road Trip

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My friend and I both want to take a driving tour to view New England fall leaves.
We will be flying into Boston on October 6 2010. I would like to drive a path that
takes us through Vermont and Maine and maybe includes New Hampshire and
any leaves in Massachusetts. We have six days and nights to spend traveling.
Also we might like to start or end our trip with a day or two on Cape Cod,
Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket. Upon looking at a map it seems we could either
drive to western Ma to Vermont to Maine to NH and back to Boston. Or Ma to Vermont
to Maine to New Hampshire and back to Boston. Please what is the best route? or what
alternative route would be best considering our time?
just in case the leaves are a bust, what are other must see places or must do activities?
Covered bridges would be nice and maybe a festival. And we have to find the BEST
Maple Syrup
After planning our route we will then need to find places of abode and nourishment. (:
Thanks !

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