PICTURESQUE TOWNS WITH SCENIC VIEWS, PHENOMENALLY FRESH AND ABUNDANT SEAFOOD AND A GREAT SENSE OF AMERICAN HISTORY. The Northeast regions is brimming with tales of American history, complete with cobblestone streets and colonial-era architecture that reflects the region’s celebrated past and gilded age of grandeur. Don’t miss a taste of the region’s spectacular lobster— you won’t find it any fresher than here!
Cities not to miss:
• Maine: Camden, Boothbay, Portland
• Massachusetts: Boston, Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Fairhaven/New Bedford
• Rhode Island: Newport
• Connecticut: Mystic
Days 1 & 2: Newport, Rhode Island.
A must-do, the Cliff Walk is 3.5-mile walk along the cliff at the water’s edge offering stunning views of the famous Newport Mansions; picnic lunch in Little Compton at Sakonnet Vineyards or have lunch at Black Pearl. Spend an hour at Brick Market Museum of Newport History; visit the International Tennis Hall of Fame, the world’s biggest interactive tennis experience; stop over at the Museum of Yachting, which highlights the America’s Cup yachts, classic yachts, single-handed sailors and model yachts; dinner at The Clarke Cooke House.
Days 3 & 4: Montauk, New York.
Stop at the Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina for breakfast at Hurricane Alley; visit the Montauk Lighthouse; do some shopping in East Hampton and then dinner at The Hideaway, a local favorite. Take surf lessons with Corey’s Wave or go on a sportfish charter out of the Montauk Yacht Club & Marina; take a picnic lunch to beach; later that evening, have dinner and
drinks at South Edison, downtown.
Day 5: New York Harbor, New Jersey. Path train to Midtown Manhattan; train or taxi downtown to the Meat-Packing District; stroll cobble-stoned streets to The Highline, NYC’s newest outdoor park; dinner at Spice Market then after hours at Plunge, atop the Gansevoort Hotel.