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Women's College Road Trip
My daughter and I are planning a road trip to visit women's colleges at the end of August. We live in Colorado, so are going to fly in and visit as many as possible in about 8 days. We'll probably start in Boston and visit Simmons and Wellesley, then hit the road. We'd like to see Smith, Mount Holyoke, Bay Path, Cedar Crest, and Bryn Mawr. Then we'll fly home from Philadelphia.
Here's my big question: We have never been to this part of the country. How would you recommend traveling from place to place? Out west, we'd simply rent a car, but I realize we are going to be in places where a car may be more of a hindrance. Can we get to all of these places by train?
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