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Budget Weekend in New England Help!

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Help! Four friends planned a weekend trip Sept 17-19 but we might have to scuttle our plans for a w/e on Martha's Vineyard due to finances. We have to cut costs. We now need budget accomodations for 4 that include a kitchenette or at least a microwave and frig. If we stay near the ferry area we could still go as a day trip but not take the car over. I think we should save this trip for another year.

But, now where do we go? The dates are set in stone. One friend can't do a lot of walking. The challenge is to keep us busy enough that we don't start arguing. We don't see each other during the year so we decided one evening activity would be a book club type discussion. Recent trip activities we loved were Culinary tour of Boston's North End, NYC food tour, Tenement Museum.

We are open to any location in New England. I'm leaning towards southern VT, southern ME, any place in RI except Providence. Fairly recent trips have included Salem MA, Boston, Mystic, NYC.

yk, hope you're reading this. You are great at finding interesting things to do.

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