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Although I have spent very little time there, New England calls to me. It seems to have the perfect combination of four seasons, fantastic seafood and lots of activities in the great outdoors, whether that be mountains, lakes or the sea. I want to do an extensive trip to explore more and these highlights are some of the things I'd like to do and see.
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12 Captain Strout Cir, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107, USA
Chances are that when you think of a lighthouse, the image that pops into your head is the iconic Portland Head Light. The tapered white tower on the end of a rocky cape buffeted by crashing waves? Yup, that’s the one. The adjacent Keeper’s House...
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354 Goose Rocks Rd, Kennebunkport, ME 04046, USA
Hidden Pond blends Maine cottage living with its own quirky, Instagram-worthy take on luxury. The enclave of 14 colorful one- and two-bedroom clapboard bungalows is spread over 60 acres of birch groves and balsam fir, just a 10-minute drive from...
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New England, USA
We stayed at one of the lean-tos in the campground and I caught this photo while we were eating breakfast. This is as clear as it was all day. When we hiked the Traveler loop it was foggy and rainy.
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Jay, VT 05859, USA
Take the chair lift to the top of Jay Peak and you're rewarded with a 180-degree view of Montreal—still pretty spectacular, even on a cloudy day.
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141 Port Rd, Kennebunk, ME 04043, USA
A favorite place of mine to stay in the Kennebunks is the renovated Inn at English Meadows. Proprietors Liz and Eric Brodar remodeled the historic building with an eye for enhancing the traditional architecture juxtaposed with clean lines, a soft...
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180 Commercial St, Portland, ME 04101, USA
I'm usually skeptical when visiting restaurants right along the main drag of a rather touristy street. Thus is the location of Portland Lobster Co., smack in the middle of Commercial Street in downtown Portland. However, my skepticism was brushed...