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Road trip in New England starting from NYC, early-mid may, 3 weeks

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Good morning all,

Am new to the forum, new to the US actually as relocated from London UK to NYC in September.

Thinking of exporing the great outdoors in the region, so thought about a road trip leaving NYC probably early or mid may, for 2 to 3 weeks, in a rented car.

Would like to see the coast, obviously, and the land, love hiking, food, coffee, nature, etc...

So thought about leaving to Vermont, then back on the coast on the Road 1 or something similar.

Any recommendations on where to stop, motels, places, food, road, must see, must avoid, maps, hikes, itinerary, music, books, etc?

Am on a budget (especially being on my own), but can always stretch a bit if needed for the right things if it's worth it!

Thanks again and maybe i see yo on the road !

Gus

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