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NYC, Fall Foliage, New Orleans 2015 planning, need suggestions

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We are planning a trip to the East Coast next year.
Some highlights have been on our bucket list for such a long time. Yes we know it is a long way away but we need to configure the flights and are hoping to use FF points.

We will have 6 weeks. Top of our list is:
New York City, Fall Foliage CT or NH?, Boston, Washington, New Orleans (I know its a long way from NYC but hubby is a music teacher so very high on his list and not sure when we would be back) and maybe looking for other southern ideas.

We don't like to rush our stays so would spend at least a week in NYC, Fall Foliage etc. Just trying to piece it all together and add on suggested places to visit.
Thinking of flying over mid to late September. Should we go north first or south?

Looking forward to your suggestions

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