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Driving Atlantic City to Boston late night, logical stopping point?

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We're seeing a show in Atlantic City on a Friday night and for various logistical purposes would like to get a couple hours towards home afterwards in order to make the next day's driving less (another show in Boston on Saturday, so we'd like to be home around lunch). Can anyone suggest some place to stay en route AC --> Boston that's not too far out of the way? I'm eyeing the Rye/Port Chester area, as we've stayed there before but I'm not sure if there's some place more logical/convenient? We'd be going up 91 to 84 to the Mass Pike to get home.

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