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Planning trip to Boston, Maine, and New Hampshire

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My husband and I are planning a 4 day/3 night trip in Sept. for our 10th Anniversary. I could use a little help figuring out where to stay. We are flying in and out of Boston. The first night we want to stay someplace on the cost of Maine, any suggestions? I have heard that Kennebunkport is nice. That night is our actual anniversay so I'd like to stay someplace nice. Then the second night we want to stay somplace in New Hampshire. I have heard that North Conway is a good place (we would like to be by the mountains), any other suggestions? Then the last night we are heading back and spending the night in Boston. I have not been to Boston, what area should I look at for hotels? Any input is very much appreciated!!!

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