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Where to Stay Near Boston for 3 nights

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We will be leaving from Logan airport on a flight to Dublin at 9PM on a Saturday night in early May. We want to spend 3 nights before that in the Boston area. Originally we were going to drop our car and have booked a Boston hotel,but now we are thinking it will be more convenient for us to stay outside Boson somewhere and keep our car until that last night and go explore Boston using mass transit into the city. We will have lots of luggage and with the late flight, we can spend that Saturday somewhere outside Boston exploring nearby areas and just take our car back to the rental facility at 7PM that night.

Where would it make sense to stay? We want to stay someplace where we can take public transport into the city easily to explore the city the previous 2 days and we want it to have pretty easy access to Logan for the last night when we fly out. Are there any charming waterfront suburbs that might fi the bill? We don't need a hotel that has charm like a b&b, but we do appreciate amenities such as wifi, free parking and king size beds :)

We will be arriving from Maine, so I assume that somewhere north of Logan makes the most sense.

Thanks in advance!

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