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Another "where should I go" thread - summer in US by air

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Live in Boston. May have about a week with adult daughter if she changes jobs. Have USAir certificate - buy-one-@ $250+/get-one-@ $149. And lots of Delta and United miles.

We have been almost everywhere within 1-day drive of Boston except some parts of eastern Canada, so probably would fly. Have also been to SF, San Diego, Yellowstone, Pacific Northwest. Neither have been to much of the center of the US.

Like food/wine, authentic things to see, mild activity (not hiking or zip-lining), museums/history, photography. Spectator sports - probably baseball since summer - a plus. Would consider outside of US - have had a thought of Azores or Lisbon. Dtr is fluent in Spanish, but she has been to most of southern and central Europe already and would prefer someplace new. Northern Europe - although not London - might also make a list. Not a big fan of huge cities - but small ones are OK.

Our favorite trip was a year ago to northern Italy. But with only a week, perhaps US makes more sense.

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