Boston Day Trip
It’s summertime, and that means the cape is heating up. Among the beauty of a sun-bleached coastline and landscape perimeter of dunes and docks lies an aesthetically pleasing drive to Cape Cod. Whether it’s a day trip or weekend getaway, Lower Cape Cod offers something for every traveler.
Those who make the mistake of passing straight through without pausing in this picturesque, bustling peninsula don’t know what they are missing.
Peppered among the typical tourist attractions are mini adventures that will make your vacation even more entertaining — and memorable.
Here are five ways to keep yourself busy in Boston’s Fort Point/Seaport neighborhood.
Boston offers the excitement, hustle and bustle of a major city along with history, adventure and outdoor opportunities.
New Hampshire is home to more than a dozen wineries and more are being added every year. Oenophiles everywhere now realize that good wines can come from unexpected places.
Imagine yourself hiking through miles of trails, breathing in the fresh, crisp air as you scale your way to the top of the highest point in Massachusetts.
Spend some of your days just off the coast of Rhode Island on an island oasis surrounded by 17 miles of beaches, beautiful scenery and an amazing landscape unique to the area.
A trip to York, Maine makes you feel like you are eons away from your daily life.
Warner, New Hampshire — a town many would consider one of the hidden gems of the Granite State. If you are looking for a place to go that will show you what New England is all about, this little town pretty much sums it all up.