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ROMANCE ON THE EAST COAST OF AMERICA

ROMANCE ON THE EAST COAST OF AMERICATrip Plan

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In honor of Lonard Santos, my Brazilian soul mate.

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Nightlife North End, Boston

A stroll through the North End's narrow cobblestoned streets is a romantic way to end a night. Mike's Pastry attracts hordes of tourists, but skip it and cross... more

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Nightlife Mojito's Lounge, Boston

Boston isn't normally associated with Latin dancing, but on Fridays and Saturdays this club near Park Street packs in a young, multicultural crowd for... more

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Barking Crab Restaurant, Boston

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See + Do Sailing Tours on Nantucket, Nantucket

Captain Jim Genthner sails Nantucket Sound several times each day on his 31-foot Friendship sloop Endeavor. The tours leave from Straight Wharf and take in... more

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John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
See + Do John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston

The JFK Library, which opened in 1979 in an I.M. Pei–designed building, is dedicated to the study of the 35th president's life and work, and houses his... more

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See + Do Chappaquiddick, Martha's Vineyard

Chappaquiddick, an island just off Edgartown, is the least-known part of the Vineyard…well, least-known except for The Bridge—the one on which Mary... more

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See + Do Biking on Martha's Vineyard, Martha's Vineyard

Martha's Vineyard has miles of bike routes, most of them wide paths set apart from the main roads by grassy strips. There are short trails such as the scenic... more

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See + Do Biking on Nantucket, Nantucket

Low-lying and just 14 miles long and 3.5 miles wide, Nantucket is easily toured by bicycle. Of the island's seven clearly marked trails, the best is the... more

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See + Do Beaches on Martha's Vineyard, Martha's Vineyard

The Vineyard has 14 public beaches as well as six residents-only beaches that are off-limits to outsiders (unless your hotel provides guest passes or you're... more

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See + Do Beaches of Nantucket, Nantucket

Nantucket has 10 public beaches, some reachable only by foot or bike. The most popular North Shore spots are Dionis and Jetties beaches. Dionis's mild surf and... more

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Takeout, Martha's Vineyard

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Eating Sweet Life Café, Martha's Vineyard

It doesn't get any sweeter than this gem of a restaurant in a restored Oak Bluffs Victorian house. Chef Scott Ehrlich's constantly changing, French-inspired... more

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Eating The Newes From America, Martha's Vineyard

This colonial-era pub, attached to the Kelley House hotel, is popular in winter for its roaring fireplace and in summer because its stone exterior and wood-beam... more

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Eating Mad Martha's, Martha's Vineyard

Don't be distracted by the other ice cream shops on the Vineyard; there's a reason why Mad Martha's has lines out the door all summer long. The ice cream, made... more

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Eating Black Dog Tavern, Martha's Vineyard

Less known for its food than for the T-shirt Bill Clinton gave Monica (which set off a run on its famous apparel), this island icon has become a touristy... more

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Artcliff Diner, Martha's Vineyard

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Eating Alchemy, Martha's Vineyard

This buzzy (sometimes to the point of earsplitting) bistro with polished wood floors, French café-style rattan chairs, and large front windows seems more... more

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Eating Oleana, Boston

To experience what farm-to-table really means, come to Oleana during the growing season. Between April and November, almost all the vegetables chef Ana Sortun... more

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B&G Oysters Ltd.
Eating B&G Oysters Ltd., Boston

Chef/owner Barbara Lynch's South End hot spot attracts le tout Boston for excellent lobster rolls and, of course, bivalves, shucked to order and washed down... more

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Eating Clio, Boston

Put simply, Clio chef Ken Oringer is one of the best in America. His French–Asian hybrids (heavy on the French) astonish everyone, however jaded. Reading... more

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Hotel Bulfinch Hotel, Boston

It takes a little creativity to pull off a stylish-yet-affordable hotel in a desirable Boston neighborhood. The owners of the Bulfinch Hotel went with a... more

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Eating The White Barn Inn Restaurant, Maine

Dining at the White Barn should be on those life-lists that crop up everywhere these days. British-born Jonathan Cartwright, the chef since 1994, oversees... more

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Eating Phil's Route 27 Lobster Shop, Maine

Phil "the Baker" McLellan is a man of few words, and those that he does mutter might seem unintelligible unless you're a Maine-ah yourself. No matter: His... more

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Eating Geddy's, Maine

If you go to Acadia National Park to escape chaos, then you go to Geddy's to reenter it—in a good way. A Bar Harbor institution since 1974, the... more

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Eating Fore Street, Maine

When people who don't have a date with the bingo table start lining up for dinner at 5 pm, you've probably found a first-rate restaurant. Fore Street is a... more

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See + Do Freeport and L.L. Bean, Maine

Sometimes you just gotta give in to your inner materialist and buy a few things—especially when they're this darn cheap. The seaside village of Freeport... more

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Beaches of Maine
See + Do Beaches of Maine, Maine

Yes, Maine's known for its rocky coves, but there are enough beaches to keep even a Bain de Soleil addict happy on a warm summer day. Thirty minutes south of... more

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See + Do Seafood Celebrations in Maine, Maine

Sure, Maine's official nickname is the Pine Tree State, but it could be the "Land O' Lobster": 90 percent of these American crustaceans are caught in Maine. And... more

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Five Gables Inn
Hotel Five Gables Inn, Maine

Sometimes, all the whale-watching, antique-shopping, ice-cream-slurping hoopla of the Maine coast can create a Calgon moment. That's when you take yourself away... more

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Inn at Bath
Hotel Inn at Bath, Maine

Maybe it's because innkeeper Elizabeth Knowlton used to run a fly-fishing lodge in Montana, but the Inn at Bath, along Maine's Midcoast area, is one of the... more

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Pomegranate Inn
Hotel Pomegranate Inn, Maine

If Persephone—whose statue graces the black-and-white-checked foyer of this Italianate mansion—was queen of the underworld, the Pomegranate Inn... more

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Bar Harbor Inn
Hotel Bar Harbor Inn, Maine

The best place to slumber on Mount Desert Island is in a sleeping bag under the stars at an oceanfront campsite in Acadia National Park. If pitching a tent... more

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Portland Harbor Hotel
Hotel Portland Harbor Hotel, Maine

The Portland Harbor Hotel is a trompe l'oeil. Though only built in 2002, it blends seamlessly into the ancient brick buildings and cobblestone streets of the... more

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White Barn Inn
Hotel White Barn Inn, Maine

Like the varsity athlete who has a good personality and gets straight As, the White Barn Inn is blessed with plenty. The setting near downtown Kennebunkport.... more

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