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Boston and area around

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Boston and area around

we are couple, early 60th. first time to visit Boston and area around. thinking to fly to Boston.

see Boston for three days and after that rent a car and take one day trips. we love sea food and want to spend maximum time outside. please, anyone help? thanks. where to stay and what to see?


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1. Re: Boston and area around

Rather than taking day trips out of Boston, I would suggest spending a few nights in a Boston hotel, then renting your car moving hotels to another area that is more convenient for exploring by car (and more economical)

What time of year are you thinking of doing this trip? How many days will you have? Do you have any interests besides seafood and outdoors? Do you prefer coastal or mountains/forests/lakes? Or a little of both?

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2. Re: Boston and area around

You can stay in Boston for a few days and then drive to the cape for a few days, or a place like Portland Maine.

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You could travel to the cape!! it has some beautiful beaches...some nice food joints and some adventures like sky diving....!!!

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