[QUOTE as well as getting basically anywhere in the NYC-Conn.-NJ area? [/QUOTE]
That's a no for Connecticut. You could get a bus or train from NY to Boston easily, but as far as traveling around CT, unless you are sticking to the coast and using trains, public transportation is hard to find. There is something called a BoltBus that is supposed to be very good for getting between NY and Boston. I lived in CT so I was never able to use it as it didn't stop. I would definitely recommend researching NYC for your interests. I used to drive to the train station and train in to the City all the time, see museums, plays, get a black and white and a slice, and be back in time to make dinner. :-)
I also recommend Boston, lots of history. It's a very walkable city, but there is also the subway (MBTA?) that is efficient and safe. There's such a small town feel to it, it's one of my favorite places.
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