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Fall in Kennebunkport, Maine- Cape Arundel Inn

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Recently we made a trip up to Kennebunkport, Maine to enjoy a fall weekend getaway. Located about thirty minutes south of Portland, Kennebunkport is just a short trip from Boston.
Upon our arrival Friday night, we had dinner at The Burleigh. Both the atmosphere and food were amazing. 




From there, we went to check into our room. We stayed at the Cape Arundel Inn at one of the Rockbound Bungalows.  Our room were located just a few hundred yards from the ocean and featured amazing sunrises with oceanfront views.  The room was spacious with a gas fireplace, patio and huge bathroom.



The daily breakfast was the perfect way to start our day. We fueled up on some delicious food while watching the wave crash against the rocks.

During the morning we went for a walk down Ocean Road where the hotel is located. The road runs right along the ocean and offers beautiful sites of the main coastline including former President, George Bush's Summer home.







Afterwards we walked around Dock Square where …

Salem's Haunted Magic Show- Salem, Massachusetts

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Looking for something to do to get in the Halloween spirit? Check out the Salem Magic Show


The show had us on the edge of our seat. Every year is a different theme. This year it was phobias.   The magician did a great job of getting the crowd involved and keeping everyone in suspense. 



Afterwards we went to see the Old Burying Point Cemetery and walk around town. There were lots of street displays and people dressed in costumes. You can also check out the witch shops and Halloween street d├ęcor. Be share to make a trip up to Salem while the Halloween spirit is still in the air!



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Maine's Renowned Rocky Coastline- Newcastle Inn

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This past weekend we made a trip up the coast of Maine to Newcastle Inn, to enjoy a beautiful fall weekend. The Newcastle Bed & Breakfast was the perfect embodiment of a Maine getaway.  The Inn features 14 distinct guest rooms and is situated on the Damariscotta River, providing picturesque scenery. Our room was charming and spacious and the fresh cooked morning breakfast was the best way to start each day. The staff was very welcoming and friendly and Julie, the Innkeeper and owner, shared many great dining and activity recommendations.







After heeding Julie’s recommendations, we set out for a busy Saturday. To get our blood flowing, we started with a hike at La Verna Preserve.  Located about twenty minutes from the Inn, the hike was about a three mile loop trail that featured beautiful woodlands, leading to Maine’s renowned, rocky coastline. 





Following the hike, we made a few quick stops to visit the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and the Fort William Henry. It was interesting to read…