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New England Road Trip

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For those you you that know your way around New England, Here is the challenge: My husband & I have the month of October off, love road trips (the 2 lane highway kind), enjoy camping, cottages and small inns, or motels. We have never been to New England. Our vote goes for small towns over big cities, but will spend 2-3 days in a city that has cool museums, art galleries. Of course we would love to see some fall color. There are no children involved in this vacation. I'm looking for a route that starts and ends in N.W. Ohio, but does not necessarily have to overlap. Think flexibility, we are people that usually point our car west and follow the sun and good weather, then find our way home at the end of a month. So please think about what your favorite month long (October) New England road trip would consist of, and share your ideas.

Thanks

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