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Maritime Provinces in 15 days?

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I am planning a trip (traveling solo) for early summer 2014 and here are my must-see sites:
Hopewell Rocks
Anne of Green Gables house
Cabot Trail
Gros Morne National Park

Originally I was thinking flying in and out of Halifax and rent a car for 15 days. However I did some research and I can't figure out how to make a circle tour without too much back tracking. So then I thought about maybe flying open jaw and rent and return the car at different provinces, although not sure how much extra that will cost, or maybe it would be cheaper to join a tour group. Any thoughts?

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