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Road Trip to Coastal New England

Article and video by Eric H.,

Coastal New England communities feature so many splendid variations of the sea that you could virtually spend your whole life discovering the charming towns and cities that grace
the outer parts of our six states. Whether it's the near perfect solitude of a Northeast Harbor, Maine, the Cape Cod beach scene, or the dining, shopping, cultural and cobblestone street presence of Portland, Maine, we strongly feel that you'll find your New England coastal vacation to be "one-of-a-kind. Generally, historical preservation give these areas a uniqueness, so that the emerging boutique, gallery, lodging and restaurant growth doesn't become too overwhelmingly refined and gentrified. In other words, most coastal New England communities have balance -- lovingly holding onto the "old" while pleasing visitors with the "new."  We hope you enjoy this video, featuring some scenes from coastal New England, including York Beach, Maine,  Scituate, MA, Barrington, RI, Acadia National Park, Maine, and Galilee, Naragansett, RI!

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Photo: Concord's Colonial Inn, Concord, MA(photo by Eric H.)

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