Eight of us (ages 19-27) are considering moving to coastal New England for a few months just to unwind for a while, though we don't know very much about it. We were considering Providence RI, New Haven CT, or nearby suburban areas. Do these cities have significant portions of ghetto, or are they as nice as they appear on tourism sites? What other nice places on the coast might we be able to find a big house (around 5 bedrooms) for under $2500 monthly? All info will be helpful, given that we know almost nothing about that region, other than its reputation for beauty.
Don't know much about New England.
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