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I'm heading to Rhinebeck NY in July for a seminar. Our friends have a house on Cape Cod and they have invited DH and I to visit.
Questions:
Fly into Newburgh and rent a car to drive across to Cape Cod? If so, what to see on the way?

Fly into JFK then go back and fly to Boston, rent a car there?

We will have about 8 -9 days and plan on 3-4 days with our friends on the Cape. Newport RI looks interesting to me. I'd like to see the mansions. I've only been to Boston and NYC before (in the fall) We don't mind driving. Don't really need a big night time scene. We like history, nature, hiking, good food, just checking out how the other half live.

Thanks

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