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My son lives in Manhattan and has asked my husband and I to meet him there for a day. We live in Boston and first of all I am wondering is this really a day trip from Boston? Sounds like it could be 4 to 4 1/2 hours driving time. If we decide to do this are there places to stay in the area? Can anyone suggest any? Good restaurant? Also, is it worth the trip? Are the prices really that good? Thanks for any and all info!

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