I have lived in Connecticut for 10 years now and before that, New York for 14. Yet even though I live in New England, I've never really seen much. This area is known for its quaint charm and beautiful fall foliage and yet I've barely seen any of it. Yes, I've been to Boston multiple times and I went to Vermont once or twice for skiing (so not a fan of skiing, by the way), but there are still so many New England states I would like to visit. I was thinking how nice it would be to plan a weekend getaway for this fall and finally take in some of the New England sites. Ideally I would love for my husband and I to steal away to New Hampshire for a few days and find a lovely bed & breakfast among the lodging in Lincoln, NH to relax at.
However, since we have already taken one adults only trip this year, I can say with almost 100% certainty that it won't be happening again. So we can pack the kids up in the car and find a nice family oriented destination to stay at for a night. Then we can do fun, outdoor fall things with them like watching people collecting and cooking maple syrup. I remember doing that on a school field trip once and loved it, especially when we were allowed to taste the syrup. So regardless if it is just us two adults or our entire family of six, I'm hoping we can squeeze a little New England getaway into our schedule this fall.