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"Small Town" Connecticut Vacation in June

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I am looking to take the family to Connecticut (from PA) in June for a tour of the state. I have in my mind that each year we'll visit one New England state and try to see as much as we can in one week. So, we have picked Connecticut as our first one since it's the closest to us.

Any suggestions of some beautiful towns that represent typical "small town america"? I am really looking to visit some quaint villages where you can really experience that New England flavor.

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