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Good evening, my wife and I are planning a drive through New England in June. After 3 days in NYC we would like to experience New England by driving along the coast and seeing areas and sites in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Can you offer us some help with - can't miss roads and sites?
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In addition to those mentioned above, I would add Camden and Boothbay Harbor, ME; Fort Knox (Prospect, ME) including the Penobscot Narrows Observatory; the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, ME and Moody's Diner is a... 更多
In addition to those mentioned above, I would add Camden and Boothbay Harbor, ME; Fort Knox (Prospect, ME) including the Penobscot Narrows Observatory; the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, ME and Moody's Diner is a great place to get an authentic Downeast meal. Eastport is easy access to Campobello Island. Hope this helps a bit.
Hi, We plan to visit New England for the first time late September (around the 26th.) for about 15 days. I would love some help with an itinerary considering we will land in Boston and be there only a day or so, then head out. WE would like to see a little of CT, RI and more of MA, especially Maine and NH. The highlight of this trip, to me, would be the Maine coast, White Mountains, etc. and hopefully see lots of fall foliage, even though we may be a little early for that. We will be celebrating our 30th. anniversary on Oct.3, so hope to find someplace special around that date on the trip. Could someone please advise on a good route and itinerary? I really need to get this going and had no idea how to line this up to make sure we include the MOST beautiful areas. Thank you, in advance!
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Acadia NP in early October should be beautiful. Check out the Coach Stop Inn B&B for a lovely old inn with great gourmet breakfasts. It's located about 15 min away from the town itself but a lovely place to stay. If you have... 更多
Acadia NP in early October should be beautiful. Check out the Coach Stop Inn B&B for a lovely old inn with great gourmet breakfasts. It's located about 15 min away from the town itself but a lovely place to stay. If you have time make the drive up to New Brunswick and take in the Roosevelt Campobello Intl Park. Be sure to take a passport since it is just over the border in Canada & you will need one. The drive between there and Acadia offers many opportunities to drop down and enjoy the ocean views.
I would like to enjoy the beautiful scenery of New England the first week of October (2016)
We are starting in Boston, and planning to head up to Portland, ME. What would be the best driving route for folliage, charming New England towns, etc.? I've been reading about stops in Salem, Marblehead, Newburyport....any suggestions for must see? must eat? All recommendations are welcome!! thank you!
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I have some must see stops from Kittery to Portland when I travel there. Kittery Trading Post is a great stop. The souvenirs are great there. Next stop is York. The Stage Neck Inn is a classy place to stay, and the York Inn... 更多
I have some must see stops from Kittery to Portland when I travel there. Kittery Trading Post is a great stop. The souvenirs are great there. Next stop is York. The Stage Neck Inn is a classy place to stay, and the York Inn is there, as well. York Beach is a nice place to get in the water with a long sandy beach and many shops on the north end. A must see is the Cape Neddick Lighthouse. Great history and photo ops. A little farther up the coast divert to Ogunquitt and Perkins Cove. It is very popular with tourists. It has a pedestrian draw bridge and many shops. Est. 1632. Next up is Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. Stop by Meyers Point and see the Bush Compound. Old Orchard beach is very popular and there are some small towns along the way to Portland.
In Portland, my favorites are The Portland Art Museum with some great painters and sculptors represented. the Victorian House is very interesting and my favorite Is the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow House. My favorite eating place is DeMilo's and a must have is the lobster stew! It's a really nice restaurant built on a boat and the parking is free. There are many great places to eat down by the wharf area. don't forget: just a short drive up the road is Freeport and the flagship store of L.L.Bean. Freeport also has many outlet stores and shops. The LL Beans store is worth the stop. Many things to see. I could go on and on but will cut this short. Check out Brunswick, Boothbay Harbor, and Bath, and Wiscassett is the home of Red's Eats and some neat antique shops, also. Be safe!