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A Trip to Bethlehem

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Globe Correspondents / September 27, 2005

With two Christmas-tree farms and almost 60,000 firs in the ground at any one time, odds are you'll find just the right Christmas tree in appropriately named Bethlehem, New Hampshire. Cut your own at The Rocks (800-639-5373, therocks.org, $33), a 1,300-acre estate owned by the Society for the Preservation of New Hampshire Forests, or at Finnegans Fine Firs (603-444-6275, $30), a family-run operation with 4 acres in town. More than two dozen area inns offer special tree packages. The best one for families is The Wayside Inn (800-448-9557, thewaysideinn.com) at $321 for two nights for two adults, plus $64 per child, which includes dinners and breakfasts, any size tree, one wreath, and an ornament. - Patricia Harris and David Lyon

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