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Where to see/stay for the day/night before driving to Newark airport, NJ?

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Hi everyone, we are a couple in our late 20's who will be driving the loong drive from New Philadelphia,Ohio to Newark,NJ on 12th July this year. Our flight home to N. Ireland is on 13th July, but its not until 9pm.

Another thread suggested somewhere in PA or Delaware might be nice to stay the night and spend the next day before driving onto the airport at Newark?

I guess i was hoping people could maybe expand on that and shout out some areas in and around the PA/ Delaware area that wouldnt be too much hasle or take too long to get to Newark, but also have nice places to eat and see for the day? We arent oo fussy, we are intersested in alot of things....

Thanks in advance!

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