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Bridge of Flowers

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The Bridge of Flowers is free and open every day from April 1 to October 30. From bulb... View Travel Listing »

Brimfield Antique Shows

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During a handful of allotted days in May, July, and September, the population of little Brimfield swells from... View Travel Listing »

Bristol Guest Suites

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Best Hotel Alternative Choose from the Harbor, Garden, or Sailor’s Loft: three quaint apartments in federal homes in... View Travel Listing »

Bristol House

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Best Breakfast Guests rave about breakfast at this three-room Cape Cod-style inn owned by a graduate of the... View Travel Listing »

Broadway Bistro

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Best Comfort Food Feels like eating at home, minus the dirty dishes. A dozen cozy tables and contemporary... View Travel Listing »

Broken Arrow Nursery

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You’ll find woody plant experts here, plus an unparalleled inventory of off-the-beaten-track and brand-new varieties. Open April to... View Travel Listing »

Brown’s Lobster Pound

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Serving up fresh boiled lobster for more than 50 years. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, May/June 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Brunswick Inn

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Best College-Town Lodging Stroll to downtown shops and restaurants and to Bowdoin’s campus from this stately 1848 Federal-style... View Travel Listing »

Bryan Memorial Gallery

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Bryan Memorial Gallery <i>(180 Main St.; 802-644-5100; <a href=&quot;http://www.bryangallery.org&quot;>bryangallery.org</a>),</i> Vermont’s primary showcase for landscape art. View Travel Listing »

Bunch of Grapes Bookstore

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That rare thing — an independent bookstore. Two floors stacked with the latest best sellers and paperbacks for... View Travel Listing »

Bunker Hill Monument

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Two hundred and ninety-four steps doesn&rsquo;t sound like that many at the bottom, but you feel it about... View Travel Listing »

Burger Bar & Bistro

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The chefs grind their organic beef in house, and their basic burger on a big, soft bun is... View Travel Listing »

Burton Snowboards

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BOARD SILLY Tent-sale enthusiasts camp out in the parking lot Thursday night to get first crack at equipment... View Travel Listing »

Bush-Holley Historic Site

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Best Art &amp; History Museum Roam the harbor-view hill where American Impressionist artists found inspiration. View their works... View Travel Listing »

Butterfly Farm

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<b>Best Zoo</b> This breeding farm is home to hundreds of species hailing from New Guinea to Costa Rica.... View Travel Listing »

Button Bay State Park

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Set off on a lakeside treasure hunt, looking for the little clay &ldquo;buttons&rdquo; that gave their name to... View Travel Listing »

Cabot Creamery Visitors Center

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This nearly 100-year-old co-op buys milk from more than 1,200 dairy farms all over New England and upstate... View Travel Listing »

Cady’s Falls Nursery

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Cady&rsquo;s propagates its own stock of ironclad but state-of-the-art perennials, trees, and shrubs. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Café Allegre

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Italian cuisine on the ground floor of the Inn at Lafayette. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Café Shelburne

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BEST TRADITIONAL FRENCH FARE Chef/owner Patrick Grangien serves timeless classics–garlicky escargots, steak tartare, sauteed duck breast–in French country-farmhouse... View Travel Listing »

Cafe Routier

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Elegant French-style bistro with an eclectic global menu. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Cambridge Bicycle

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Cruise in style on a vintage&mdash;or vintage-looking&mdash;bicycle (prices vary). &ndash;Yankee Magazine, May/June 2010 View Travel Listing »

Camden

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#6: Top Foliage Town The view from the forested slopes of Mount Battie straight down to the forest... View Travel Listing »

Camden Snow Bowl

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The toboggan run at the Camden Snow Bowl is not your neighborhood sledding hill. The piercing squeals, the... View Travel Listing »

Camp Cronin Fishing Area

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Great angling along the rocky shoreline and breakwater, plus hiking and birdwatching. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, July/August 2011</i> View Travel Listing »

Camp Plymouth State State Park

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For three bucks you can stroll across the street into Camp Plymouth State Park, throw off your backpack,... View Travel Listing »

Campbell’s Bay Campground

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Best Refuge By A Refuge Canoeing and kayaking are popular pastimes at this Lake Champlain complex bordering a... View Travel Listing »



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