20031
Massachusetts/Maine/New Hampshire/Vermont
On the Road: The Best Fall Foliage in New England
Discover classic New England as you photograph vibrant fall foliage, explore quaint villages, visit national parks and celebrate this region with a traditional Maine lobster feast.
Rating (5)
Program No. 20031RJ
Length
11 days
Starts at
3,499
Meals
26 Meals
10 Breakfasts
8 Lunches
8 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Low Fat, Low Salt
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Sep 18, 2017 - Sep 28, 2017
  • Sep 18, 2017 - Sep 28, 2017
  • Sep 25, 2017 - Oct 05, 2017
  • Oct 02, 2017 - Oct 12, 2017
  • Oct 09, 2017 - Oct 19, 2017
2 nights
Boston
Brand new luxury boutique hotel in the center of Boston. Located steps away from the heart of Downtown Crossing, just a block from Boston Common, the hotel is perfectly located for shopping, dining, entertainment and exploring Boston's many attractions. The hotel boasts a stylish environment and full service amenities.
2 nights
Ogunquit
The Anchorage by the Sea is located directly on the Marginal Way overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and can be accessed conveniently from the property. Once a dirt trail with difficult terrain, the magnificent Marginal Way is now a paved footpath. Winding along the rocky shoreline for 1 ¼ miles from Ogunquit’s downtown area to the quaint fishing village of Perkins Cove, the Marginal Way boasts some of most spectacular coastal views in New England. The Anchorage is conveniently located within walking distance to beautiful sandy beaches, Ogunquit Village, Perkins Cove, museums, art galleries, specialty shops, and fine restaurants.
2 nights
North Conway
The North Conway Grand Hotel is a modern hotel situated in the Settlers' Green Outlet Village complex, in the heart of North Conway, surrounded by the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
2 nights
Burlington
The Courtyard Burlington Harbor is located just steps away from Lake Champlain, Burlington Town Center, and the Church Street Marketplace
2 nights
Grafton
The Grafton Inn is one of the oldest operating inns in America, having opened its doors in 1801. Some of the most notable guest to visit they inn were, Ulysses S. Grant who came to the Inn on December 19, 1867, while campaigning for his first term as President,Daniel Webster, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Ralph Waldo Emerson. It is part of the Historic Hotels of America. Located in the lovely village of Grafton, Vermont, the inn is part of the nonprofit Windham Foundation which is dedicated to preserving the vitality of Vermont's rural communities. A stay at the inn will help to fund the Foundation's many philanthropic programs. The Grafton Inn is famous for its imaginative cuisine, thoughtfully prepared with fresh locally sourced food and exploding with flavor. The Grafton Inn restaurant is part of the Vermont Fresh Network and dedicated to using as many local products as possible. They are working on making the inn fully green, constantly evolving and growing to provide guests with the best service possible, while keeping true to their roots and to Vermont.
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