Expert Travel Advice to Massachusetts

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  • Anonymous user answered:
    Have you thought about Scarborough, Maine? Close to Portland, it has its own character plus a good beach. Might be worth a look. http://vacation.away.com/maine/travel-v2-cid332901-scarborough-cid1606-beach-vacations.html
  • Anonymous user answered:
    The link below is to a travel guide on Away.com for Martha's Vineyard, which will provide you with a list of all of the places to stay there. Have fun! http://bit.ly/9umElt
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Let's start with the 800-pound gorilla of New England ponds: Walden Pond, made famous by naturalist and writer Henry David Thoreau. You can fish and swim in the 102-foot-deep glacial kettle pond, plus hike or cross-country ski on trails that cut through 462-acre Walden Pond State Reservation. Less than 20 miles from downtown Boston, note that it does get busy here, plus only 1,000 visitors are allowed in the park at one time to preserve the historic landmark's tranquil character. If you're headed to Cape Cod, Nickerson State Park features eight swimmable kettle ponds, as well as stocked trout fishing, hiking trails, camping (including yurts), and a hookup to the 25-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail. Lastly, in the Berkshires, you might want to try Benedict Pond in Beartown State Forest, a serene and tranquil locals' favorite (don't tell anyone we told you). For more ideas, read Kelly Bevan's in-depth July 2008 article in the local Advocate newspaper (http://www.advocateweekly.com/ci_9766303) about inland swimming holes in the Berkshires.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Try the hotels at this link: http://vacation.away.com/massachusetts/travel-m1-cid334061-topsfield-cid400173-travel-midhotellist-p1-smhotellist-sadistance-soasc-hotels.html

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