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I am hoping to get in some college visits this summer with son and want advice from people in the northeast of what the easiest way to do these would be coming from Austin, TX. We will be looking at MIT, Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Princeton. Any advice on traveling by train would be appreciated. I am not sure if it would be easiest to fly into Philadelphia - train to Princeton, train to NY - visit Columbia; train to New Haven - visit Yale and then train to Boston to visit MIT/Harvard and fly home from Boston. Would this work? I do not want to end up with a car in NYC and really do not know the train system well at all in that area. If I had tips it would help. Thanks22 replies
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