Expert Travel Advice to Northeast

Top Answers To Northeast Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    First up, you'll probably want to trade apples for pumpkins at that time of year because apples will be out of season by then. And while you guys don't want to ski, there are a number of great ski resorts in the Northeast that offer more than just skiing and snowboarding. Examples include Killington, Stowe, or Sugarbush, all in Vermont. Fun off-piste options for kids could include snowshoe safaris, tubing and sledding, sleigh rides, or snowmobile tours (if snow's on the ground). Resort infrastructure will also mean you have access to plentiful lodging (deals, too), restaurants and shopping, and indoor activities including ice-skating and swimming if the weather turns.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    If you are anywhere in the mid atlantic states we've found Ocean City MD to be a great all purpose vacation spot. High rise condos and sleepy bungalows, 2 Water parks, Great beeach, boardwalk with rides, fishing, boating, Jet ski and Motor boat rentals with a drivers license. Geat assortment of restarants and night spots (Secrets). We use Moore Warfield and Glick realtors for weekly rentals. Seawatch was our favorite condo (on the beach 2-3 bedrooms with a pool).
  • Anonymous user answered:
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