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11 Things to do in Falmouth, Cape Cod

By Katelyn Michaud on Jul 14, 2021 1:32:45 PM

Wake up to the sounds of the ocean waves crashing into the white sand beaches and the seagulls crying above. Fill the cooler with all your favorite snacks, grab the towels, and get the kids out of bed for an early morning splash in the Atlantic Ocean before spending the rest of the day exploring the local sites, finding the best lobster rolls, and enjoying too many cones of homemade ice cream.

Falmouth is home to over 68 miles of shoreline dotted with white sand beaches, eight charming New England seaside villages, and a lighthouse. Located in the Upper Cape, there is no shortage of fun family-friendly activities nearby for the whole family to enjoy for a weekend or week.

Topics: Things To Do Family Friendly Year-round Itinerary Food & Drinks Massachusetts
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Unplug to Reconnect

By Katelyn Michaud on Mar 5, 2021 8:46:37 AM

This is part of our series "The Changing Face of Travel"...exploring specific topics and trends affecting travel in 2021 and beyond. To read more articles click here

UNPLUG TO RECONNECT: UNDERSTANDING THE TRUE MEANING OF CONNECTION 

Even before the coronavirus changed the workplace, the average American spends 17 hours a day looking at screens from smartphones to computers to televisions. With the pandemic shifting whole industries to working from home with countless hours of Zoom meetings, it is estimated that people are spending an additional two hours glued to the screen. With no sports, recreation facilities closed, and stay at home orders, even children are spending more time than ever looking at screens, too. YouTube, Tik Tok, and all the other social media platforms are designed to keep kids engaged for as long as possible while you work or do chores.

Topics: Behind the Scenes Ownership Business Maine Massachusetts
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The Drive to Vacation

By Katelyn Michaud on Feb 19, 2021 9:06:29 AM

This is part of our series "The Changing Face of Travel"...exploring specific topics and trends affecting travel in 2021 and beyond. To read more articles click here

Rediscovering the Magic Close to Home: The Drive-To Vacation

Walt Whitman, one of America’s most prolific poets, once said “I take to the open road. Healthy, free, the world before me.” While Whitman may have lived before the birth of the automobile, he certainly would have embraced it. By 1920 the idea of the road trip had begun to take shape. As costs of automobiles fell and their reliability increased, people began using the automobile as a “vacation agent” into America’s countryside.

Topics: Behind the Scenes Ownership Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire
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Post-COVID Travel Outlook Speaks to the Resilient New England Spirit

By Allan Guilbeault on Nov 13, 2020 1:03:33 AM

This is part of our series "The Changing Face of Travel"...exploring specific topics and trends affecting travel in 2021 and beyond. To read more articles click here


While sipping champagne and awaiting the countdown for the clock to strike midnight, many of us were making grandiose travel plans for the new decade. 2020 was the year we’ll finally take that romantic getaway to Aruba or take the entire family to Disney World for the first time. But, 2020 had other plans for us. For the first time, the travel industry nearly came to a screeching halt across the planet due to a global pandemic.

Topics: Behind the Scenes Ownership Business Maine Massachusetts January
 

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