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New England Fall Food Festivals

As the weather gets colder, New Englanders may need an extra excuse to leave the house. Here are some of the many food festivals coming to a New England state near you this season that may just do the trick. Fall Fairs and Festivals Across New England 25 Things to Do This Fall for Under $25

Affordable Fall Travel Deals

This Fall is a great time to get away with hotel deals and gas prices averaging $3.15 to $3.25 across the US. Shoulder Season Travel Deals in Porstmouth and Beyond Cape Cod Dubbed ‘Sweet Spot’ For Fall

Providence Kicking Into Seasonal Gear

Find out about WaterFire, the Roger Williams Park Zoo's Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival, and more. Fall Fairs and Festivals Across New England Festivals, Witches, Live Music, and More Around Massachusetts This Fall New England Fall Food Festivals

The Playful Plymouth Bay Winery

Plymouth Bay Winery is not your average winery. Sure, the wine is created from locally grown grapes and berries. And, yes, the view of Plymouth Harbor is pretty sweet. But owners Michael and Pam Carr offer guests more than just a wine tasting. Photos: A Taste of Plymouth Bay Winery Photos: A Tour of Truro Vineyards on Cape Cod

Here’s How You Should Experience the Berkshires

Massachusetts is famed for its colorful foliage — especially Berkshire County — but there’s more to do in this Western Mass. enclave than merely leaf-peep. Fall Guide 2014 Explore New England

8 U-Pick Farms in New England

Nothing quite says fall like spending your day in an apple orchard. Whether you’re looking for the juiciest apple, prettiest pumpkin, or just an excuse to celebrate the season, here’s a list of eight local orchards where New Englanders can pick their own. 15 Ways to Use Your Apples New England Fall Food Festivals 2014 Apple Picking Guide

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