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Here are the top ten articles for the New England Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Free Desktop Wallpaper - Cape Cod
Free desktop wallpaper of Cape Cod for Personal Use.
2. Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Turkey Dinner Train
I like trains. I’ve been on many scenic train rides, so I knew what to expect on the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad. Or so I thought. My experience “riding the rails” on this Meredith, NH railroad greatly exceeded my expectations.
3. Traffic Circles, Roundabouts and Rotaries
Learn how to navigate New England traffic circles, roundabouts and rotaries with ease.
4. Beach Flies That Bite
Some practical advice on how to avoid getting bit by flies at New England beaches.
5. Drive-In Theatres in New England
Remember the good old days of drive-in movie theaters? Luckily, there are still some still in operation in New England. Updated for 2008.
6. The Providence Children's Museum
The Providence Children's Museum is Rhode Island’s best indoor playground and a great place for children from age 1-11 to learn about a wide array of subjects while climbing, building, burrowing and sliding through different brightly colored environments.
7. Ashumet Holly Reservation
Ashumet Holly Reservation is 45 acres of preserved land with a large circular walkway of well-groomed paths that span a little more than two miles. There are many plants and trees here including over a thousand holly trees of eight different species. This is also a great area for bird watching.
8. New England Authors
Books by authors who live or have lived in New England.
9. Whale Watching, Kayaking North of Boston
During a visit to the North of Boston area, my family and I went whale watching and kayaking.
10. Ellisville Harbor State Park
Walking along the cliffs above the Ellisville Harbor salt marsh, I startled a large Blue Heron into flight and then fumbled with my camera trying to get a photo of it. You can walk a mile long trail that leads to cliffs above a coastal beach where seals are frequently seen just offshore in winter.
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