Janicke Moldekleiv

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Cape May, New Jersey is America's oldest seaside resort and one of the most popular places and beaches for a family vacation. Its combination of old world Victorian charm, beautiful beaches and great town life make it an ideal place to visit during the summer. Here are our top things to see and do with kids for family travel.

Cape May, New Jersey is America's oldest seaside resort and one of the most popular places and beaches for a family vacation. Its combination of old world Victorian charm, beautiful beaches and great town life make it an ideal place to visit during the su

Cape Cod, the arm-shaped peninsula along Massachusetts' coastline, is the quintessential New England summer playground. Its collection of maritime towns, including Chatham, Wellfleet, and Provincetown, offer plenty of fabulous seafood restaurants and waterfront inns and hotels. Read on for the best places to stay and things to do in Cape Cod.

Cape Cod is the quintessential New England summer playground, with lobster shacks, historic lighthouses, and beaches. Read on for the best things to do in Cape Cod.

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Everywhere we visited in Massachusetts impressed me, and for different reasons. The diversity of landscape was a big part of it. From the rolling hills of the Berkshires to the sea salt charms of gay-friendly Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod. The landscapes may vary from western to eastern Massachusetts, but we found it all to be beautiful. And the small towns of Massachusetts are the heart and soul of the State. | The World on my Necklace

Everywhere we visited in Massachusetts impressed me, and for different reasons. The diversity of landscape was a big part of it. From the rolling hills of the Berkshires to the sea salt charms of gay-friendly Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod. The landscapes may vary from western to eastern Massachusetts, but we found it all to be beautiful. And the small towns of Massachusetts are the heart and soul of the State. | The World on my Necklace