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During much of the year, and especially in high summer, Mystic is crowded with visitors who've come to tour famous Mystic Seaport.

Though there are lots of lodging places, most will be full in July and August, so advance reservations are good to have.

You can avoid the hotel crush altogether by taking an Amtrak train through this area and getting off for the day at Mystic, where a bus will take you the mile from the station to Mystic Seaport.

After your day roaming around the ships, old buildings, and exhibits, board an afternoon train to Providence or Boston (or New Haven, or New York City).

There's no extra charge for the stopover if you buy a through ticket, and you obviate the need for a room.

Lodgings in Mystic proper are mostly hotels and motels, with a few guesthouses. In the nearby quiet village of Noank, a few miles south and east along Route 215, there are some quiet inns.

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