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Help in planning road trip to Maritime

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We are driving from NC to visit New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Cape Breton in late August. We want to drive through coastal Maine, through the coastal area of New Brunswick, around to Cape Breton ( not sure about going over to PEI but would like that also), Nova Scotia, back through New Brunswick into Maine. We had hoped for the ferry back to Maine but it seems that is not available. I think we will have about 12-14 days, including the 2 days up from NC and 2 days back to NC. We are interested in the national parks, scenery, historical sights. We want to stay in hotels and inns that are budget to moderately priced. I would like some suggestions on how many miles to drive each day, and what sights to see each day. We did this trip back in the 1970s and have always wanted to return!

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