Portland, Maine, is on the 2020 Go List for a reason…it boasts a well-respected eatery ecosystem, an up and coming art scene, it’s walkable and historic, and it’s perched on the stunning Casco Bay.
There’s an air of luxury that exudes from each of New England’s six states, where luxurious resorts stand amongst backdrops of glittering coastlines or stately mountains.
In New England, giants walk among the trees and lurk beneath the water …
Stock up on sundries from harvesters and makers, brewers and bakers.
Ingenious ways to pass for a die-hard New England Yankee!
Though it comprises some of America’s smallest states, New England serves up a veritable bounty of natural beauty to thrill any outdoor enthusiast.
The world’s your oyster at these classic New England seafood shacks.
The 300 x 700-foot Boon Island is composed completely of rocks and has plenty of spooky history including cannibalism, hauntings, and a mad widow.
And yes, you should visit during the year’s most romantic (and coldest) month.
Despite frozen expectations, Vacationland abides year-round.