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10 of the Best Weekend Getaways From Boston

View of the Charles River, Boston/Oyster With plenty of historical attractions (Faneuil Hall, the Paul Revere House), an impressive breadth of museums, lovely public parks (Boston Common, Public Garden), and sports activities galore (the city is home to the Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, and Patriots), Boston has lots to offer visitors. Even better, the city…

The 8 Best Destinations in the U.S. for Viewing Fall Colors

Somehow, we’ve managed to get through not one, but two seasons this year and we are on well our way to the third — fall. With fall comes a lot of changes: The air gets crisp and chilly, the sun sets earlier, and, perhaps best of all, the trees change colors. There are so many…

8 Places in the U.S. That Go Totally Over-the-Top for Halloween

Brian Watson via Flickr Fall is associated with lots of warm, cozy things — hot cider, wool sweaters, crackling fires — but the season is also known for one spooky, scary event: Halloween, the ultimate ghoulish festival. Christmas, Thanksgiving, er, Groundhog Day…sure, they’re all great; but nothing beats the fun of wild costumes, jack-o’-lanterns, apple…

12 Spooky Spots to Visit This Halloween Season

It’s October and you know what that means — Halloween is approaching. With the holiday on the horizon, we are reminded of scary American legends, gruesome histories, thrilling horror films, ghost stories, and hair-raising events like haunted houses and hayrides. For the avid traveler and Halloween lover, we’ve put together a list of some of…

The 6 Most Haunted Towns in the U.S. for a Spooky Visit This Halloween

It’s that time of the year again! Time for ghosts and ghouls, witches and zombies, bobbing for apples and seasonal coffee beverages — in seasonal cups! Thanks, Starbucks. That’s right, we’re already just around the corner from Halloween. Every town or city has it’s own way of celebrating the spooky night, from family-friendly parades to…