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Cape Cod, Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard for 25th Wedding Anniversary

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Decided to start a new post since my last one had to do with trying to figure out location. Still trying, but now more specific. We recently moved to DC, and are looking for a week long trip to Cape Cod, Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard. We have never been to any of these locations. We are looking for beautiful scenery, historical points of interest, a little shopping, and good food. We are looking for some real R & R, so we want to stay somewhere we can feel comfortable spending an afternoon reading a good book instead of going non stop sightseeing. My husband wants to take the train to NYC for one night, then train to Boston, rent a car and head to Cape Cod area. I'm more inclined to drive directly to Cape Cod and save NYC for another time. That needs to be worked out and we would like advice on that front, too.

Where we stay, b n b, resort or renting a cabin/house is important since we are looking for a comfortable, relaxed environment. So, which location would be best to plant ourselves for a week?

Thank you.

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