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Planning a trip late June flying into Washington, DC, then driving to Philly, NY, and Boston (where we will fly home from). Wife and I plus 18 and 15 year olds. Currently plan for 3 days in Washington and one each in the other 3 cities.

Thinking of dropping Philly and then having a day between Washington and NY and between NY and Boston to take in the countryside and a little more relaxing.

A. Will we be disappointed if we skip Philly?
B. Is 3 days enough in DC?
C. Is 1 day enough in NY (to do Ellis Island, Statue, Central Park, Empire State, 911 memorial, Trinity Church, Times Square) if no real shopping and no shows desired?
D. Is 1 day enough in Boston?

Any answers/opinions to any/all of the questions would be greatly appreciated.

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