PHOTOS: New England Vacation Week 2018

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Bray's Brewing Company, Naples, Maine
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Frye Island in Maine
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Amtrak Downeaster station in Old Orchard Beach, Maine
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The Brunswick, Old Orchard Beach, Maine
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The Mosquito, Raymond, Maine
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Snug Harbor Fishing Guide, Casco, Maine
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TP's Rad Jet Skis in Naples, Maine
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The Songo River Queen in Naples, Maine
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Rick's Cafe in Naples, Maine
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Carousel Horse Farm in Casco, Maine
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Bomb Diggity Cafe in Windham, Maine
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The Spa at Stoweflake is a family-owned resort spa in Stowe, Vermont.
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One of the offerings at the Spa at Stoweflake is an invigorating and exfoliating body treatment with organic coffee as a key ingredient.
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The landmark Woodstock Inn & Resort has made $16-million in investments into its facilities over the past five years.
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The upgrades to the Woodstock Inn & Resort include the addition of new luxury suites.
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The Woodstock Inn & Resort also opened the Red Barns at Kelly Way Gardens, which offer visitors educational experiences about food.
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The Red Barns at Kelly Way Gardens offer what the destination calls the “seed to savor” experience—letting guests learn how produce is grown and watch it prepared by the Woodstock Inn & Resort’s chefs before enjoying the dish.
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The Community Sailing Center has brand-new headquarters on the shores of Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont.
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Visitors can rent a variety of sailboats and paddle craft from the Community Sailing Center.
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The ArtsRiot Truck Stop attracts a variety of food trucks each Friday night to the artsy south end of Burlington, Vermont, through September.
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There is also free music inside ArtsRiot to enjoy after your dinner from the food trucks.
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The Church Street Marketplace in Burlington, Vermont, hosts free outdoor yoga classes each Sunday morning on the marketplace, through August 12.
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While the yoga classes on the Church Street Marketplace are free, practitioners are encouraged to donate to local charities.
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The Essex Resort & Spa offers a popular series of cooking classes known as Cook Academy, where students prepare three-course meals alongside experienced chefs, then eat the results!
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The Cook Academy classes at The Essex are intimate and customizable, so each student gets one-on-one attention and can work on the skills they’re looking to hone.
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The Basin Harbor Club, not far from downtown Vergennes, Vermont, has been offering families a relaxing resort experience on Lake Champlain for more than a century.
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Recent improvements to the Basin Harbor Club include upgrades to its 18-hole championship golf course.
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The Burlington Bike Path is one of the city’s most popular public amenities with bicyclists, runners, and walkers.
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The Burlington Bike Path has recently undergone significant improvements, including widening, repaving, and the addition of “pause places” where users can work out.
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The Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison, Vermont, is a prime destination for bird-watchers, with more than 200 species to potentially spot.
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The area is also home to a new Dead Creek Visitor Center, where people can learn about animal habitats, conservation issues, fish and wildlife management practices, and more.
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The Champlain Valley Dinner Train runs from Burlington to Middlebury, Vermont, and back on Friday and Saturday nights, through September 1.
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All the meals are prepared fresh on board the Champlain Valley Dinner Train, in a kitchen car that used to be part of a circus train!
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The Champlain Valley Dinner Train pulls back into Burlington’s Union Station at sunset, leaving passengers admiring the views of the night sky over Lake Champlain.
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Pine Hill Park in Rutland, Vermont, offers 16 miles of trails to explore, with a variety of views to enjoy while riding your mountain bike, walking, or trail running.
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Volunteers work hard to make Rutland’s Pine Hill Park one of the most highly-regarded municipal parks in Vermont.
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Don’t forget to pick up a free trail map to help you navigate Pine Hill Park!
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Beer Naked Brewery in Marlboro, Vermont, is one of more than 55 craft breweries statewide that have made Vermont one of the nation’s top destinations for beer tourism.
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Beer Naked Brewery offers breathtaking 100-mile views from Hogback Mountain.
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The Vermont Brewers Association has a free smartphone app available from the App Store and Google Play that will help you explore the craft beer scene in Vermont.
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Mount Snow in West Dover, Vermont is busiest during the winter months, but the ski resort is also nice to visit after the snow has melted.
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One of Mount Snow’s chairlifts offers scenic rides and a trip to a restaurant at the summit, and another serves the destination’s network of mountain biking trails.
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Natural Bridge State Park in North Adams, Massachusetts
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Tunnel City Coffee in North Adams, Massachusetts
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Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA) in North Adams
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Bright Ideas Brewing in North Adams, Massachusetts
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Whitney's Farm Market, Cheshire, Massachusetts
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William & Sons Country Store in Stockbridge, Massachusetts
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Naumkeag Museum and Gardens in Stockbridge, Massachusetts
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The Elm Street Market, Stockbridge, Massachusetts
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Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives in Stockbridge, Massachusetts
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Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, Massachusetts
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Village Bike Rentals in Adams, Massachusetts
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The Wit Gallery, Lenox, Massachusetts
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Art & Chocolate Gallery, Lenox, Massachusetts
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Nejaime's Wine Cellars, Lenox, Massachusetts
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