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NYC and...Adirondacks or Boston or elsewhere?

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I'm going to NYC for a friend's wedding in early May 2010 and, as I've been before, would like to see a few other parts of the US while I'm there. So I'm planning to fly to NYC, do a 3 or 4 day road or train trip (max 4-5 hours travelling per day), go to the wedding and then fly back to London from NYC.

Could anyone recommend some places to visit to help with my initial research? I realise this is a very broad question so just to tell you that I like pretty scenery (countryside, mountains, lakes, pretty towns and villages) and good restaurants (both fancy and homely).

Thanks in advance!

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