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Hello everyone. We are planning a July trip (last minute). We will be in this area for 9 nights (10 days) and we plan to fly into Burlington, VT and travel that day to North Conway to visit friends. We want to spend a few days in New Hampshire. We then plan to proceed to Western Maine and might drive to the shore. We want to then drive and possibly visit friends in Montreal for a few nights and then head back and spend a few nights in Vermont. We understand that there might be quite a bit of driving, but we are fine with this.
Can you suggest an itinerary for us based on our agenda and we are traveling with a 6 and 8 year old and would love plenty of outdoor activities. Thank you for the suggestions.

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