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New York, Boston and what else???

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1. Posted by borja2706 (Budding Member 4 posts) 6y

Hello,

I am planning my summer trip.
We are going to visit New York and Boston but we also want to add another place.

We are looking for a quiet town with a good beach but also with places to visit.
I have heard about Martha´s Vineyard and Rhode Island but I don´t know which one is best and if there is another better place (close to NY or Boston)

Thanks a lot

2. Posted by jambo101 (Respected Member 414 posts) 6y

Cape Cod
http://www.google.ca/images?hl=en&source=imghp&q=cape+cod+beach&gbv=2&aq=1&aqi=g10&gs_rfai=&sout=1&biw=768&bih=461

3. Posted by StaceyD (Inactive 20 posts) 6y

Hello there! Why not include Pennsylvania on your trip? Places like Space Acorn, The Human Centrifuge, Mercer Museums and The Pagoda are some of the most visited in PA. You can also eat a 15 pound burger at Denny's Beer Barel pub in Clearfield, PA. I'm sure you would enjoy each and every places I've mentioned above.

Cheers!:):):):):)

4. Posted by borja2706 (Budding Member 4 posts) 6y

Thanks a lot for your answers.

Pennsylvania is a bit too far from NY, we are looking for something between NY and Boston or closest to one of those

I think Cape Cod could be the place I am looking for

Only one more question. Cape Cod is a group of towns, isn´t it??? Which town is the best one to stay

Thx,

5. Posted by borja2706 (Budding Member 4 posts) 6y

I´ve been reading more information and seeinn photos.
I like Martha´s Vineyard, Nantucket and Cape Cod.

Which one is best? if Cape Cod is the best, what´s the best town to stay in??

Thanks a lot

6. Posted by jambo101 (Respected Member 414 posts) 6y

Take your pick they are all nice
http://www.frommers.com/destinations/capecodnantucketandmartha%27svineyard/0381020855.html

7. Posted by borja2706 (Budding Member 4 posts) 6y

Thanks for the url

Wow, a lot of places to visit and not enough time to see all, this is very difficult

8. Posted by Calcruzer (Moderator 1989 posts) 6y

I suggest Wellfleet. I think Martha's Vineyard is quaint, but it's light on entertainment--and about half the island lacks some basics--like a TV or radio in a hotel room.

Wellfleet still takes you back in time--but you don't have to live like they did back in 1790.

Enjoy

9. Posted by eviegold (Budding Member 11 posts) 6y

Why not Rhode Island.

There are darling towns there with wonderful food and beautiful architecture. : )