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New England food tours

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Need an event for a weekend old girlfriends getaway. We've enjoyed a food tour of Boston's North End, Portland ME and one in NYC. Had planned on visiting Boston again but the food tour of south end we wanted to do is not offered the last weekend in September. Does anyone have a short tour, doesn't have to be food, somewhere in New England to recommend?

Last year we toured Cranberry bogs near Plymouth MA. Unfortunately after more than 30 years of annual weekend getaways, we're running out of ideas.

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