Tips and Articles for Maine

Hugh Stewart

Beginning Jan. 22, 2018, travelers from nine states will no longer be able to travel with only their driver’s licenses.Residents of Kentucky, Maine,... Read More

Travelocity has released its first Beer Tourism Index, working with the Brewers Association to highlight the best spots for beer lovers across the... Read More

Mexico Get 33 percent off from Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, a new Auberge property in Los Cabos complete with a beachside taco bar, a... Read More

At sunset on Oct. 8, 1951, a house set sail from Kennebunkport, Maine. The coastal town came alive as the two-story home was towed to the Atlantic and... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. If you’re fed up with what seems like constant bad news, but the cost of space travel and... Read More

The Quimby Family Foundation has donated 87,500 acres of private land in the Maine North Woods to the federal government to create the newest large... Read More

In honor of the National Park Service's 100th birthday on Thursday, Airbnb has rounded up its most popular off-the-grid accommodations located in and... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com.A 10-foot snakeskin found on the bank of the Presumpscot River in Maine on Saturday has put the town on the... Read More

Portland, Maine: an often-buzzed-about, lobster-lover’s paradise where waterfront industry, a dynamic local art scene, and the smell of the sea make for... Read More

The National Park Service officially turns 100 years old on August 25.As part of the year-long celebration, NPS is granting free access to its more than... Read More

Jamaica Get 43 percent off from Sunset at the Palms, an adults only all-inclusive with a collection of tree house suites on a glistening white... Read More

Mexico Get 33 percent off from Casa Kimberly, in Puerto Vallarta. The former hideaway of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton is now a... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com.Some states are just awesome: California has beautiful beaches, mighty redwoods, vibrant cities and all sorts... Read More

Every time I’m in Maine, I drive past the lobster shacks and the live lumberjack show and the various other ticky-tackinesses that line the road leading... Read More

New ZealandGet 30 percent off from About New Zealand, a trusted regional specialist for 17 years. The New Zealand Luxury Escape includes: 11... Read More

The nation's first, and easternmost, city of Portland may not have a TV show, but it does have a food and beverage scene to rival any American... Read More

After six hours of driving through Maine, I had consumed three donuts, my fair share of lobster rolls, a blur of requisite car snacks,... Read More

Trekking the Appalachian Trail looks a lot different today than it did five years ago—and it's not necessarily a good thing. Instead of the sweet... Read More

No offense to the extraordinary lobster rolls from Charleston’s The Ordinary or L.A.’s Hinoki & the Bird or Minneapolis’s Smack Shack, but sometimes... Read More

The rectory of St. Patrick’s Church in Lewiston, Maine started its second act in September of 2014, when new owner Andrew Knight reopened it as a... Read More

The historic city of Bath, in England’s West Country, is better known for its genteel pursuits and heritage architecture than for its pioneering... Read More

Five Islands Lobster Co., GeorgetownGawk at the Sunset: Five Islands has become a bit overrun these last few summers, but the crowds can’t detract from... Read More

This week, the annual Rose Festival—a beloved tradition for more than 100 years—returns with plenty of ways to honor the emblem. Check out this year’s... Read More

The Press Hotel, a revamp of the historic Portland Press Herald building, debuts this month in the Old Port neighborhood. The property pays homage to... Read More

“We have a circus and sideshow mentality to the way we do business,” says Brandon Hodge, owner of the retro-inspired Big Top Candy Shop in Austin, TX. ... Read More

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