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Know of an affordable way to do a foliage trip to New England?

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We went to NE a few years back and dream of going back in October. But we are on a tight budget this time and are trying to figure out a way to do it the most affordable way. We have points to use for plane tickets, but accomodations is the costly part. Instead of trying to see as much as possible like we did last time, we're thinking about staying in one place and maybe see one more town. Where do you recommend us to stay to get the most "fall and foliage feeling"? And do you know of an affordable place to stay without having to go hostel? Grateful for any advice:)

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