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New England road trip with 22 year old daughter

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Hi! My daughter & I will be driving from NC to NH area the first weekend/full week in October. We'll be going thru the PA mountains, wanting to avoid traveling thru the big cities.

I've been to Maine; (Acadia NP and Bar Harbor) and absolutely loved the area! My daughter and I will be looking for affordable, clean safe places to stay since we'll be taking day trips out. I would prefer to pick out two locations and work the day trips out from those points. What are some recommendations for a B&B should we want to stop for a couple of days for some R & R from all the traveling!

The White Mountains are definitely on the agenda. What other must sees would you recommend? Without driving up to Bar Harbor, what coastal city is recommended. Not too much into the tourist stuff. My goal is to see lots of mountains, lakes, shoreline, eat the best of the local food, listen to some live music at a local bar, and hopefully make it to Boston to get a feel for the city's history.

Thanks so much!

LLane

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