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please help me with my road trip from NH to SC

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traveling with my dog from Manchester NH to North Myrtle Beach on Aug 26. I'm 50 + years old and would like suggestions on the best, easiest drive. I was in 2 major accidents recently, neither were my fault, and so, I'm a bit shy when it comes to driving. I would like to see some historical places and realize that with a dog ( black lab ) this will not be an easy task. Can anyone help me out here. I have a week to do this. Motel suggestions as well as restaurants / diners would be an added bonus. My biggest concern is the routes,,,,,don't want to do Rt 95. was thinking 81 would be less stressful. I also don't mind driving off the beating path to see something of interest,, eg, civil war stuff, historical homes / cemeteries and the like. Need dog friendly hotel/motels.
Thanks folks,
Millie

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