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vegan73 | Aug 27, 201509:13 AM     38

I just saw that great thread about a one day road trip in a convertible and it got me thinking about our day trip to Salem, Lexington and Concord. We're also going to Plymouth. I saw someone mention taking the train. What's a good train trip for the day? Can we stop and see enough if we don't have a car? How long to get to Maine, realistically? Car or train?

We're coming from So Cal so you must imagine how absolutely bizarre it is for us to realize that we can drive a couple of hours (or less) and be in another state. If I drove from my house for 2,4,6,8 or even 12 hours, I'd still be in CA!!! (12 hrs from my house to Mendocino, in case you were wondering. It's a convoluted drive.)

Should we do another day trip up the coast, stopping for view and clams and lobsters?

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