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Cooking Lobster at Home | Our Best 5 Tips

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Summertime is synonymous with seafood in New England. Save some cash this year by cooking lobster at home... Read More »

Kittery Point, Maine | A Quiet Summer Destination

Kittery Point, Maine | A Quiet Summer Destination

The myriad retail outlets and eateries that line the southern stretch of U.S. 1 in Kittery, Maine, lure... Read More »

Kayak Launch at the Marina

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Park your car at the Marina in Brattlebo, Vermont and launch your kayak off the dock. Read More »

A Day in Kennebunk, Maine | Beaches, Lobster Rolls & Historic Architecture

Kennebunk, Maine, is the small town that molded my expectations for all small New England towns. It’s the... Read More »

Wellfleet Drive-in Theatre

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The Wellfleet Drive-In is the only drive-in movie on the Cape. And by day, it turns into a... Read More »

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

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Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum is a must-see when you’re in town.   A seagull’s-eye view of Provincetown,... Read More »

The Breakers

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The Breakers is a stunning tribute to The Gilded Age of America, and Cornelius Vanderbilt II spared no... Read More »

Yankee Candle Company

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Yankee Candle Company is the largest manufacturer of U.S. made scented candles. Its flagship store in South Deerfield,... Read More »

The Inn at Jaffrey Center

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Your hosts are Noel and Stephen Pierce, and Max Mitchell. An 1830 Colonial w/newly renovated rooms and restaurant,... Read More »

Salem Witch Museum

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The Salem Witch Museum makes a visit to Salem, Massachusetts complete. The Museum, which opened in 1972, puts... Read More »

The Gryphon House

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The Gryphon House is one of those places that makes you feel like you’re staying at a friend’s... Read More »

Sel de la Terre

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($$$) Hearty Provencal cooking with unbelievably good breads gives Sel de la Terre a sophisticated edge over the... Read More »

Union Oyster House

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A National Historic Landmark, America’s oldest restaurant, c. 1826, is in a building dating back to pre-Revolutionary days;... Read More »

White Mountains, Northern

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White Mountains, NH Itinerary If you’re willing to abide a sometimes spooky remoteness, the North Country of New... Read More »

Southern Towns

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Southern VT Itinerary Vermonters often refer to the southeastern corner of the state as the “Banana Belt” for... Read More »

Salem and Cape Ann

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Cape Ann, Mass. Itinerary Unlike most towns with fond ambitions to become tourist destinations, Salem actually has a... Read More »

South County

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Rhode Island Itinerary Three Laid-Back Days Around South County, Rhode Island You need to know right off that... Read More »

Shelburne Museum

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Shelburne Museum has 39 historic buildings that are spread over 45 acres of lovingly preserved Americana ranging from... Read More »

Riverview Cafe

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The big draw at this 130-year-old museum is the Grandma Moses Gallery. But don’t overlook the Colonial and... Read More »

Roger Williams Park Zoo

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Roger Williams Park Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the United States and carries more than... Read More »

The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel

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Few New England vacation destinations offer the grand escapes and luxurious dining of The BALSAMS Grand Resort Hotel.... Read More »

Walden Pond State Reservation

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Walden Pond State Reservation is a wonder. In 1895, the ornithologist Kate Tryon said of Walden Pond, “It... Read More »

The Regatta of Falmouth-by-the-Sea

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The Regatta of Falmouth-by-the-Sea — at the entrance to Falmouth Harbor, with a busy 90-foot boat dock just... Read More »

The Mount Estate and Gardens

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Edith Wharton, author of The Age of Innocence and of Ethan Frome, was the first woman to be... Read More »

Peabody Essex Museum

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The Peabody Essex Museum is one of the oldest continuously running museums in the United States. With total... Read More »

Woodman’s of Essex

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Woodman’s of Essex is THE place to go for fried clams. Woodman’s is the place where the first... Read More »

The Freedom Trail

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The Freedom Trail lets you immerse yourself in early America on this 2.5-mile journey. Visit churches, meetinghouses, key... Read More »



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