Expert Travel Advice to Northeast

Top Answers To Northeast Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    This is a little out of your range, but you might want to look at Lake Placid which has skiing as well as loads of other winter activities, including tobogganing, luge, bobsledding, as well as lots of indoor options for when you're skied out. Placid has twice hosted the Winter Olympics, so a well-developed infrastructure for hotels (and deals!). And OK, I'm taking a wild stab in the dark here, but you could try Bermuda if you want a bit of sun. It's only a few hours by plane from the NYC area! Lots of family-friendly stuff to consider here, including great beaches, water sports, golf, tennis, etc.
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  • Anonymous user answered:
    It's a little hard to call this one as you don't really give any clues as to your style of travel (eg. culture, active, beach) or how long you've got. But as you've asked this on our Northeast page, here are a few quick ideas: Block Island off the coast of Rhode Island (http://vacation.away.com/rhode-island/travel-v2-cid315587-block-island-cid350266-active-and-adventure-vacations.html), the Cliffside Beach Club on Nantucket, an outdoorsy stay at Lodge at Moosehead Lake in Greenville, ME, or a trip up to Prince Edward Island in Canada. Did we get close? Let us know!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Two places on Away.com that will hopefully help you dial in the best NE adventures are: http://vacation.away.com/northeast/travel-v1-cid463-northeast-cid350266-active+and+adventure-vacations.html [Away.com's Active & Adventure Travel Guide] and http://vacation.away.com/northeast/travel-v1-cid463-northeast-cid400050-parks+and+outdoors-vacations.html [Away.com's Parks & Outdoors Travel Guide] . In either of these, you'll have the run of the roost for the best places to play (+ stay).

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