Expert Travel Advice to Maine

Top Answers To Maine Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    You should also check out Freeport, Maine, home to the original LL Bean store and tons of great outlets. Kind of a fun diversion, especially if you need a rainy-day plan.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    C'mon, now you're just making us all feel jealous. No timeframe, one-way tickets... sounds heavenly! Given your flexibility, I'd say just fly into Portland, ME, and let the road take you from there. Just don't forget your passports to cross the border. From Maine, I'd probably head up over into the Canadian Maritime Provinces, where you can spend some time exploring beauty spots like Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island (assuming you can linger until the warmer spring/summer months!). Then, drop your car in Halifax and hop the Canada Rail service through Quebec, Montreal, and Toronto. Hey, you could just keep going all the way to the Rockies and Vancouver! (Though I'd skip the pancake-flat prairies and fly straight to Calgary or Edmonton to pick up the train once things get interesting again!) For a wee precursor of what to expect in PEI, check out this lovely new gallery on Away.com: http://bit.ly/hW7ldD
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Yes, the Portland Museum of Art has wonderful displays and it is downtown and a block away is the Children's Museum also in Portland, ME with activities for the kids and we go every year.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    You should try the Lodge at Moosehead Lake, which I should think will be perfect at this time of year. More info at: http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid333142-millinocket-hotelid830598-the-lodge-at-moosehead-lake-hotel.html

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