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Leaf Peeping in New York

There is nothing like fall in New York. Cool mornings, the smell of apple crisp in the air, a family road trip to grab warm cider donuts and, of course, the beautiful colors of the changing leaves. Fall travel may be a little different this year, but many traditions will remain the same – like your Sunday drive to take in the Adirondacks' picturesque views. The staff at AAA Northway would like to share their yearly leaf-peeping traditions, favorite pit stops, destinations and tips to help you on your next fall adventure:
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The Best Quick and Dirty Tips for Traveling with Kids

By Samantha Brown Host of “Samantha Brown’s Places to Love” If you have kids, you don’t have a lot of time to read. My pet peeve is a long-winded blog about family travel that’s light on tips, but just full of funny anecdotes. You just need the tips. So here they are, quick and dirty. Bring Balloons to Inflate You can work off a lot of kid’s-been-in-a-car-all-day energy at the hotel. Yet an inflated balloon doesn’t travel far and won’t break anything.
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