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New England's natural beauty is enhanced by its many Travel & Tourism Attractions. You can be in a city, or the country and always find something you will enjoy. These are some of the attractions these states offer....

Scenic Drives, Great Restaurants & Dining, Wine Trail, Theaters, Concerts, Live Music & CT Bands, Imax Theatres, Seaports, Museums, Historic Homes & Villages, Orchards, Antiques,Gardens, Train Rides, Amusement Parks, Dinosaur Parks, Parks, Beaches, Casinos,  Shopping, Boating, Fishing, Skiing, Rock Climbing, Bird Watching,  Horseback Riding, Carriage & Hay Rides,  Ballooning, Motorcycling, Rafting, Flying, Racing, Hiking, Biking and Camping or just staying at home!  

Things to do in all seasons. Whether you are planning a day trip or a weekend getaway, or even longer vacation,  these states are all less than a days drive… so book that hotel room for your next vacation now!!

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Connecticut, New England
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CT's natural beauty is enhanced by its many Travel & Tourism Attractions. You can be in a city, or  the country and always find something you will enjoy.

Connecticut may be one of the smaller New England states but it is big on attractions. Offering easy day trips from New York City as well as Boston with Scenic Drives, Great Restaurants & Dining, Wine Trail, Theaters, Concerts,  Live Music & CT Bands, Imax Theatres, Seaports, Museums, Historic Homes  & Villages, Orchards, Antiques, Gardens, Train Rides, Amusement Parks,  Dinosaur Parks, Parks, Beaches, Casinos,  Shopping, Boating, Fishing,  Skiing, Rock Climbing, Bird Watching,  Horseback Riding, Carriage & Hay  Rides,   Ballooning, Motorcycling, Rafting, Flying, Racing, Hiking, Biking  and Camping or just staying at home! CT has it ALL!!! The shoreline is almost completely protected by Long Island and the  Long Island Sound. Sherwood Island and Hammonassett State Park is a favorite spot where people to enjoy the beaches and camping. Drives through the Shoreline will leave you speechless at the sight of some of the houses, or shall we say mansions. Great family outings can be had at Mystic Seaport and Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, and the Maritime  Aquarium in the heart of Historic South Norwalk, better known as Sono  where can  also find all kinds of quaint shops, restaurants and nite clubs. Enjoy several boat cruises out to some of CT’s Islands… one in Norwalk to Sheffield Island Lighthouse and in Branford touring the waters around the picturesque Thimble Islands. The Gillette Castle with its views of the Connecticut River and in Harford, The Mark Twain House as well as the Lockwood-Matthews Mansion in Norwalk, are just a few of the famous Historical homes in CT, a small state with an abundance of history and landmarks throughout. Touring country roads of CT will bring you to beautiful lakes, ponds, farms, hills, with very spectacular scenery. Imagine dinosaurs roaming the countryside while visiting Dinosaur State Park or Dinosaur Crossing. The Mashantucket Pequot Indian Museum, and in Ledyard, CT you will find Foxwood’s Casino the world’s  largest Casino and also the Mohegan Sun Casino.

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New York ..."I Love NY"
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the "Big Apple"....
NY offers a wide variety of Travel & Tourism Attractions… New York City is streets and streets of Massive Tall Buildings, High Rises, Apartments, Offices, Restaurants, Theaters, Museums, People and Excitement represented in the liveliest form of hustle & bussle there is. The Empire State Building, Central Park, Statue Of Liberty, Madison Square Garden, American Museum of Natural History, Hayden Planetarium are only a few of the cities major attractions. While many Manhattan eateries are well known for catering to the rich & famous, tucked away and mostly known only to locals are restaurants serving delicious food at affordable prices. If a person dined at a different restaurant in Manhattan every night, they could eat out for 50 years and never go to the same place twice. On the east side of Manhattan sits Greenwich Village, an artsy community where you can find side walk cafes with unique settings and menus that list extensive specialty dishes. The Village is a favorite among tourists and locals alike. If your craving Italian food, hit Little Italy, Chinese, stop by China Town or maybe you’re thinking about seafood, South Street Seaport has everything you can imagine from the sea. Speaking of Seafood, Long Island is well known for its raw clam bars and lobster houses. Take a scenic ride east along Rte. 25A to the Hamptons where the roads are lined with beach side seafood shacks and ice cold beer. If fine dining is on your menu, eastern New York hosts many restaurants that have been listed in fine dining guides throughout the country, where chefs have studied their entire lives to master recipes to tantalize your taste buds. Then of course there is the famous New York Deli's. If you’re a visitor to this fair city, then at least one deli meal is a must. Kosher, Spanish, Greek, Italian and of course the traditional deli, which offers cold cut products by the famous Boar's Head Company. Many deli’s offer table service as well as take out.

In New York State, Lake George celebrates Americade which is one of the largest Motorcycle Events in New England. Whether you enjoy the rides in a car or on a motorcycle you will be equally thrilled with all this area has to offer. The lake sits in the Adirondack Mountains where the views are some of the prettiest there are. A little more north you can visit Fort Ticonderoga a restored military fortress which is a Historic National Landmark and on the Canadian border the very famous   Niagara Falls where you can enjoy the Seneca Niagara Casino, the Maid of the Mist, touring the Cave of the Winds, riding the Whirlpool Jet Boat , visiting the Aquarium of Niagara,   Sport Fishing and more! For more NY info visit  http://iloveny.com.

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Massachusetts, Cape Cod and The Islands…..
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Boston.. College town!!! Harvard, Boston University, Boston College ….. Shopping Quincy Market, Restaurants, Nite Life, City Life!!!!

Cape Cod , Martha's Vineyard  & Nantucket. What could you love more. the ocean, the bay side, the dunes. Whispering pines, quaint shopping, brick lined and cobblestone streets, sunsets or just the smell of the ocean air. Cape Cod has long been a favorite SUMMER Tourist  Attraction, but now is a great "YEAR ROUND" destination. Whether you are on the Lower, Mid or Upper Cape, you have the Atlantic on one side and the Cape Cod Bay on the other with miles and miles of "Cooky Pines" whispering in the breezes. Visit Nauset Beach in Orleans or enjoy a drink at the Beachcomber at the Cahoon Hollow Beach in Wellfleet, both on the ocean side. Catch the sunset in Dennis on the bayside or take a drive to Race Point in Provincetown and listen to the roar of the ocean surf. Shop till you drop while in "P" Town, take an exciting whale watch out of the harbor or simply just stay in town and people watch!! Visit the monument in Provincetown where you can get absolutely spectacular views, but bring your climbing shoes, cause stairs are the only way up!!! If you are in need to get to a Mall for more shopping, Hyannis can take care of that. Follow Rt. 28 for antiquing and quaint shopping while traveling to Woods Hole where you catch the ferry to Martha's Vineyard! You can go to either Vineyard Haven or Oak Bluffs. Arriving in Vineyard Haven you can visit the village where you will find the well  known BLACK DOG Restaurant. Make sure you get a shirt!!! At Oak Bluffs you can visit the Flying Horses Carousel, the nation's oldest operating  platform carousel, as well as a journey up Circuit Ave to shop and eat! Outside the main street in town, you will find the beautiful, brightly colored, gingerbread cottages. The "most  perfectly preserved collection of Carpenter Gothic style architecture in the  world". You can visit Edgartown, another quaint village with restaurants, boutiques, and the Wharf. You can sit and watch the boats and the comings and goings of Katama Bay. You can also get on the Ferry and go to Chappaquidick, sit on the beaches of Wasque Point or bring your fishing pole .. this is a favorite spot for blue fishing. Outside of Edgartown visit South beach, sunbath, swim or just sit and enjoy the sound of the waves and the ocean breeze. Traveling around the Island, your next stop could be Gay Head Cliffs where you are overlooking the ocean and the dunes. It is the most dramatic point on the island. At sunset visit Menemsha. Witness a spectacular, natural light show when the sun meets the ocean! Nantucket is smaller, but some feel it is quainter than Martha's Vineyard where sea captain's houses line the cobblestone streets. There is the Whaling Museum, Whale Watch Trips, the Daffodil Festival and much much more.  For more info visit http://massvacation.com
 


Vermont
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Vermont may most commonly be known for its great ski resorts – Stowe, Killington, Sugarbush, Mt. Snow, Bromely, Stratton and Okemo to name a few, but it has a wealth of other exciting things to do and see. You can find the Alpine Slide at Killington, Bromely and Stowe.  Stowe also has a gondola which you can take for a really spectacular ride up the mountain to dine at the restaurant on top. You can catch the Northern Lights in Burlington at the Northern Lights Cruises. Stop at the Quechee Gorge at White River Junction, visit the scenic overlook at the Hogback Mountain Gift Shop on Route 9 in Marlboro and enjoy the 100 mile panoramic view. You can shop at the Factory Outlet stores in Manchester or Essex, shop in the little quaint towns throughout the state like Willington or Bennington, visit Wilkins Harley Davidson in Barre, or go for a ride up the mountain at Smugglers Notch..…beware road closed in the winter!!! You can stay at any of the hotels, bed and breakfast inns or even stay at some of the Vermont Farms!! And of course don’t leave with out the Maple Syrup!!

 

 

 


 

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Rhode Island, New England
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Verdana"> Rhode Island the smallest of the New England States…...
Even though Rhode Island is small…. It has on its shoreline some of the biggest most gorgeous, irreplaceable, priceless historical mansions in all the states. These are the famous Newport Mansions. The architecture in these homes is something we will probably never see again in the home building industry, not in one home… no matter how much money someone has… These homes were quite often built by workers from Europe, the materials brought over from Europe, and the Owners, Designers and Architects worked for years to create the final product. The magnitude of the detail in these mansions is unfathomable, even when you see it for your own eyes… marble columns, floors and stairways, gold leaf trim, leather, Italian tiles of all kinds, the iron works designs on railings so beautiful and detailed you just can’t imagine how they were ever created…. installation of these finish trims pieces sometimes 2 or 3 stories up in the air… pictures in the mansions reveal the tale of how they were built.. the scaffolding .. the hundreds of workers all there creating some of the most dramatic homes we have in the United States. One room of these homes can often be larger than some of our entire homes… “The Breakers” is the largest of all of them…. As it sits gracefully over looking the ocean in all its grandeur you can’t help but try to imagine living in this grand estate. There is beauty inside in every corner and crevice, there is beauty on its outside … there is beauty in where it stands and beauty in how it stands… The Greenwich Mansions built today all have some of the beauty and detail, but it is not in every room in every house so dramatically as what you see in these Newport Beauties… There is also the Marble House, Rosecliffe, Chateau-sur-Mer , The Elms, Isaac Bell House, Hunter House, Kingscote, Chepstow and the Green Animals, all of which have a story… all of which have the beauty and grandeur of a time that we will only know by their presence and the stories they have left behind…it was called the “Gilded Age”. For more information visit http://www.newportmansions.org/

The Rhode Island Beaches are some of the most popular destinations in New England. There is 400 miles of ocean in Rhode Island where. Misquamicut is probably the most often heard of. People in Connecticut go there quite often when they want to get to the ocean. Block Island is a very popular vacation spot . An 11 square mile vacation resort, it is reachable only by boat or plane and is about an hour trip on the ferry, approximately 30 minutes on the passenger high speed Catamaran and about 20 minute flight  by plane.

Of course if you want the city life… the nite life and the downtown activities, Providence is the place to go. There are theatres, museums, a planetarium and the Rogers Park Zoo. http://www.visitrhodeisland.com

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