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Quieter, non-touristy travel in Cape Cod/surrounding areas

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My husband and I are looking at places to vacation this year. Last year, for our honeymoon, we went to Bar Harbor, ME. We really enjoyed being able to eat lobster whenever and especially lobster rolls for lunch at a roadside stand. It's not something we get often here in NW Pennsylvania, and we'd like to be able to experience that again, but don't want to go to the same place. We'd also like to find somewhere a little quieter, as Bar Harbor was very busy when we went in July.

I was thinking somewhere in Massachusets or further south, but I'm not sure how far south we can get the lobster like in Maine. We definitely want to be off the beaten path, with some access to parks for hiking and things like that. Any ideas?

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