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Traveling to Boston, Martha's Vineyard and Newport

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My husband and I are planning a week long vacation in June. We plan to fly into Boston and spend a couple days there. We are thinking about also going to Martha's Vineyard and maybe Newport. We are very open to suggestions about where we should visit outside of Boston, but would like to visit at least 1 or 2 places outside of Boston. We are 30 years old. We are looking for a vacation full of good food and drinks, having fun and seeing all of the "must see places" that we can. I would love any suggestions and recommendations about anything to do with our trip. Places to stay, where to eat, what to see, what to do, where to go. I would also appreciate some suggestions on the most feasible order to do our trip in.

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