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Hello all. Would appreciate some help with a trip to Boston in April. Planning to arrive into Newark on 10th April, departing again on 21st April. We have visited New York before so will probably just spend a day or so there before heading north up the coast.

We would like to visit Cape Cod, Boston, Maine & Vermont and possibly even venture across to Niagara Falls.

Where do we definitely need to spend some time on our trip? We are quite used to driving long distances in one shot (our last trip was LA, Vegas, Grand Canyon and San Fran) but do not want to cram too much in to this relatively short time frame.

We could fly into Boston instead if required?

Any help much appreciated, as well as advice on the sort of weather we can expect?

Many thanks,
Andrew

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