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New England 14 days in April - ideas?

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My husband will be running the Boston Marathon this April. I have never been to the East Coast, he has. We are flying in from Honolulu.

Flights in from HNL are pretty difficult to find direct in to Boston. Was considering flying in New Jersey, renting a car and then heading north.

We both really love the old sea/whaling towns and the history that comes with it. We enjoy historical locations, national parks, and places with history. (Husband says stuff like this:
- Mystic Seaport
-New Bedford
-The Breakers)
We don't mind staying in places that are older and have shared bathrooms, even a private room in a hostel is fine. As is a KOA Kabin!

Our budget is mostly going to 3 nights in Boston for the run. So we don't have a ton of money. Flights alone are going to eat up most of it. Wouldn't mind driving up the coast a bit to see some neat towns, then back to Boston for the run and then maybe a few nights in New York? I've never been to NY and don't really have much desire to go, but my husband says we should. Probably won't be back to the East Coast for a long time.

Suggestions? Would really appreciate it!

Thanks!

Denise

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