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- 1Massachusetts, USA4.5254 reviews
This place is full of things to do. So many history, foodieventures and etc. The weather is weird here. Their saying is if you don't like the weather then wait 4(?) minutes... Which is true because it was pouring rain when we were out and about... Then it stopped all of the sudden. Boston is a great place to relax ...
- 2Massachusetts, USA444 reviews
It maybe known as primarily a college town but every time I've been here I've really enjoyed myself. Great atmosphere - plenty of great places to eat and shop and not as frantic as Boston can be.
- 3Massachusetts, USA48 reviews
Hyannais is a commercialized port town... I repeat small "town" yet charming. It happens to be one of the few "towns" which have a mall or even a movie theatre or a Chase bank. Hyannis is a place you can visit in a few hours or a pit stop. It is well known for the Main road which contains cute ...
- 4Massachusetts, USA4.523 reviews
Flew above the town in Nantucket. Enjoyed the plane ride
- 5Massachusetts, USA4.540 reviews
So much to do from strolling through town to shop or check out the local art to great restaurants, clubs, bars and night life.
- 6Massachusetts, USA54 reviews
Painting inside the Orpheum building in Chatman town
- 7Massachusetts, USA46 reviews
Vineyard Haven is the first port you'll get to when you land on Martha Vineyard. It has a great transportation system. People are very friendly and helpful. Try out the Black Dog if you can while you wait for you ferry or bus. It is known for the cute shops and restaurants. i
- 8Massachusetts, USA4.54 reviews
A nice town with a lovely main street and town green. Best private beaches are: Capecodder, the Nob and Woodneck (for kids). We also like to kayak to Black Beach. Unpretentious. Beaches aren't grand but they are good for kids.
- 9Massachusetts, USA36 reviews
If traveling trough MA visit Plymouth. It is very touristy yet a pleasant trip and you might learn a few new things about American history.
- 10Massachusetts, USA4.516 reviews
Beautiful seaside city with delicious seafood restaurants and cute shops selling handmade items.
- 11Massachusetts, USA4.58 reviews
Edgartown is by far my favorite place in Martha's Vineyard. It is a classy upscale quaint town with a historic feel to it. It was known to be the home for many wealthy captains who were whalers, who built mansions up and down the coast. Many of these places are Inns now. You can walk through this town in about ...
- 12Massachusetts, USA42 reviews
Great Barrington is a wonderful all-American town located in the heart of the Southern Berkshires. There is a great brick downtown with many fine restaurants and even a cool performing arts center. There is a great selection of places to stay and it is almost equidistant from Boston and New York City. This is a great little town to spend ...
- 13Massachusetts, USA42 reviews
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- 14Massachusetts, USA3.53 reviews
I like Oak Bluffs. There's a little something here for everyone and it has a very laid-back feel that I enjoy.
- 15Massachusetts, USA51 review
Super cute Berkshires town, home to icons like the original Alice's Restaurant (now called Stockbridge Cafe), the Red Lion Inn and a museum paying tribute to Norman Rockwell.
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- 19Massachusetts, USA52 reviews
Great little town, with a charming atmosphere and fun shops and restaurants.
- 20Massachusetts, USA4.57 reviews
Brookline has a culture all is own, with the best selection of kosher restaurants available in Boston, charming book stores and art/gifts shops.