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    Me and some friends are planning on taking a roadtrip late feb. We are starting in London Ontario, driving to Montreal, then to Boston, from Boston to Philly, and then home. We have 8 days to do so. Do you guys believe this is enough time to accomplish this? Also, any suggestions on things to do/see in any of these cities?
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    Tucson, AZ

    Default Time Enough

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    You'll need a little over three days for the driving portion of your trip, leaving you 4+ days to explore the various cities. I'm not that familiar with Montréal, but in Boston, pretty much everything historical worth seeing can be gotten to by walking the Freedom Trail, or portions thereof. If they're not on that walking tour, you might also want to include Fenway Park, the Combat Zone, and a harbor tour - depending on your interests. In Philadelphia: Independence Mall, the Italian Market on S. 9th St., Elfreth's Alley, the Art Museum and the Franklin Institute would all be near the top of any list of things to do.


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