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  • Dalit Gliksman

Road trippin in New England

Updated: Sep 21, 2019

Dive into the endless forests, mountains and the great wide ocean of New England.

Acadia National Park, Maine

The best season to visit this area would be June-July and October.

I would recommend catching a flight to Portland, Maine (not in Oregon!) rent a car and drive 2h to Bar Harbor. Explore this fabulous England-vibes town, with many restaurants and cute shops. Take a cruise around the Islands. Visit amazing Acadia National Park for daily hikes.

The way from New Hampshire to Vermont

From Bar Harbor to North Conway, New Hampshire (tax-free state). Drive through Bethel town, which is full of vintage and second-hand shops and hangars. We stayed at 1785 Inn. a cute little hotel. Visit Echo Lake State Park and hike to the peak to see the view. Drive 10m to Diana's Baths for hockey springs.

Echo Lake State Park, New Hampshire

Visit Conway city center and the Old Train. Eat at the local bars; Sea Dog Brewing company and Moat Mountain Smokehouse and Brewing Co.

Drive Through White Mountain National Forest to Simon Pearce Restaurant, Vermont (check for lunch/dinner hours) and visit their Glass Factory.

Simon Pearce Restaurant and Glass Factory

From Vermont head to Boston, Massachusetts. Walk the freedom trail of Boston striating at Copley Square (follow the red bricks mark on the sidewalk), if you're into guided tours take the Duck Tours, Visit Harvard square and University, shop at Newbury street and visit the old town and city hall of Boston.

From Boston to Provincetown, Cape Cod. Book a Whale watching cruise and try the best fish and chips the in America. Go on a cruise and wine tasting at Martha's Vineyard.

Enjoy the town's young vibes and its beautiful ocean and nature.

Whale Watching in Cape Cod

Our last stop on this trip is Newport, Rhode Island. We stayed at The Newport Harbor Hotel and Marina which was in a great location. Visit Newport Marina, Touro Synagogue (the first synagogue in North America), Visit The Breakers and Marble Mentions from 1888.

Drive Back to New York.

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