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Greenwich? Stamford?

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We are two families (four adults, four boys ages 7-11) looking for a rendezvous point between NYC and Hartford.

We were going to meet in NYC but decided against it after seeing hotel prices for our mid-October weekend (Comfort Inn at $395?). We get to NY often, so all we're looking for is a nice place to meet up and allow the boys to play while the parents hang out. (The boys are all pretty quiet, reader/computer types, though access to some nature, especially woods, would be appreciated.) We're looking to spend less than $200 per family for lodging. One family will be taking train in from NY.

Any suggestions for a rendezvous spot (hotel, town, or other special location?). I was just going to Priceline a couple of rooms in Greenwich but figured I'd better ask the experts first (I'm from California and have only been to CT a couple times).

Thanks

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