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Strong Summer Travel Season Predicted for New England Based on Current Economy

Strong Summer Travel Season Predicted for New England Based on Current Economy
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  • Blair Hill Inn – Greenville, ME; 207-695-0224;
  • Yankee Magazine asked readers to share comments about their favorite summer destinations for a weeklong vacation on ( Some of the locations include:

    • Ogunquit, Maine
    • Woods Hole, Massachusetts
    • Bath, Maine
    • Madison, Connecticut
    • White Mountains, New Hampshire

    New online travel planning features include a simple-to-use Google map that integrates expert travel advice from Yankee’s editors with details on dining, lodging, attractions and events, accessed either by a search function or by clicking on the map. And in the “About New England” section readers learn what to see and do in each state and can read archived articles specific to their destinations.

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