Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Massachusetts Calling All Leaf Peekers!

The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism has launched a new seasonal site (http://www.massvacation.com/fallfoliage) that connects travelers to statewide fall events and attractions, fall foliage driving routes and anticipated foliage conditions around the state.

If you get lost on your way to the most red of red maple leaves, never fear. You can call them at 800- 227-MASS and get routing help.  With Massachusetts foliage lasting from late September into early November, you'll have plenty of time to squeeze in a weekend road trip.

If you're planning on a few days in Boston, one of our favorite cities, you'll have to park the car (No! Not in Haaaaahhhvaaaaad Yard, there is no parking in Harvard Yard!) and jump on the great T mass transit system.

Blogger Lee Dunlap has some great ideas for Fun Days Out in Boston via T, including some of his favorite Boston eateries.

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