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I am planning a trip to the New England area at the end of July and the first week of August. What is the weather like around that time of the year? I'm a southerner where it's hot from Apr/May to Nov.


We would like to find a special place to take our twin sons in late August for their 13th birthday breakfast or brunch. We will be staying in Danvers and would like restaurant recommendations in Salem or Marblehead or somewhere not too far from Danvers. We are interested in good food, a good ambience or a scenic view, something unique for their special day. They are "sharing" the rest of their birthday (afternoon and evening) with their cousin's wedding, and so breakfast/brunch is the only time that we will be able to celebrate their birthday alone.


Our family is considering taking our annual vacation to New England next August. There seems to be so much to do, we need help. We are considering driving from area to area taking in as much as possible and spending at least a week if not two. Is there a resource we can use that will give us some idea where to start and where to go from there to maximize our trip?

If you had to pick three downtowns that represent New England at its best, what would they be?

I'm interested in moving to New England after retirement. Any recommendations on where to live?


If you had to choose five New England restaurants specializing in great regional seafood, what would they be?


Where are the best places to vacation in the mountains and at the ocean in New England?


Where can I go for antique shopping in New England?


How do I know where to stay in New England? All the lodging advertisements look so appealing.


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Editor's note: VisitingNewEngland.com responds to your questions, based on experience, combined with facts and opinions. This question and answer forum gives you general guidelines to plan your New england vacation. We cannot control variables like weather and the latest business openings and closings.  We encourage you to contact your chosen destination before embarking on your New England vacation.

Looking for more Northeast United States travel ideas?  Visit our family of travel Web Sites, including
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