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New England with kids in April

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Hi! We planning a trip to the New England area April 9-17. We are flying in and out of Boston. We have a hotel booked from April 9 - 12 in Boston. So, we have Tues-Sat to see other stuff. We know the weather may not be the greatest, and are fine with that, since we are from San Diego and are used to perfect weather. We have already been to RI and CT, so we don't want to go there. Our kids are aged 8, 11, and 13. Can you PLEASE give me ideas on a possible itinerary...perhaps hitting on Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, if possible?? Could we throw Cape Cod in there, too? I am reading all the travel books on the area, and getting more and more confused on where to go and what to see. I need ideas on how long realistically it will take to get from one place to another.
Thank you!
Claire

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