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Niagara Falls to Rhode Island

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Hello, this will probably be the first of many questions whilst organising our trip to the US.

We will be driving from Niagara Falls to Rhode Island in May next year and we were wondering which route would be the best (most scenic/good roads): -

Route 1. Via Syracuse
Route 2. Via Binghamton

I know the Binghampton route is slightly longer but that doesn't matter. We will be overnighting in one of these places. We only have time to spend one night on route. Prior to this we will be travelling from Chicago to Niagara Falls overnighting in Sarnia.

We are most interested in seeing beautiful scenery along the way, not so interested in the town we overnight as long as it's safe, has a few hotels and some places to eat in as it will really will be just to rest up. So if anyone can offer a viable alternative (which will still only be one overnight stop on the way) I'd be interested to hear it.

Many thanks!

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