/trip/ verb.
1. an act of going to a place and returning, a journey or excursion, especially for pleasure.

/veel/ adverb.
2. often or much; frequently

Reveal your next travel destination.

5 REASONS TO VISIT NEWBURYPORT

1. THE BEACHES

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A stone's throw from the sidewalk cafes and boutiques lining the quaint cobblestone streets of downtown Newburyport sits Plum Island. A barrier island known for its wild beach plums, you'll find everything you've ever wanted to do in one place from biking, bird watching, sunbathing to kayaking.

2. THE COCKTAILS

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The Poynt, a brunch staple when in Newburyport, you simply can't go wrong starting off with a refreshing Bloody Mary or be adventurous and try the "Keep the Beet," made with local beet-infused Bully Boy vodka.

3. THE FARMS

#trentonsnewfriend #pony #farm #socute

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Children and adults alike will love the opportunity to see the farm "pets" that make Tendercrop Farms so unique.

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By supporting local farms you receive the freshest produce and meats, while helping to preserve open spaces and supporting your local economy. Purchasing products from local farmers also protects farmland from becoming developed. Tendercrop Farms offer a variety of fresh produce, baked goods and meats, in a relaxed setting within 3 locations. If you visit the Newbury post, make sure you head upstairs and literally stop and smell the roses!

4. THE SHOPPING

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From nautical home accessory carrying boutiques to classic American clothiers such as J.McLaughlin, bountiful and seemingly endless options await you.

5. THE HISTORY

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As a historic seaport dating back to 1635, Newburyport is home to the 1st United States Coast Guard station and the oldest, continually active court house in Massachusetts—amongst many more.

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With numerous mentions in The Boston Globe, as well as The New York Times, the "Pink House" has made a name for itself as a Spite House. Situated smack dab in the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, the house was built after a divorce in 1925, when a wife agreed to separate from her husband on the condition that he build her an exact replica of their current home. But she didn’t specify where it should be built, so the ex-husband chose a spot he thought would be the most unhappy—in the middle of a salt marsh, removed from fresh running water.

5 REASONS TO VISIT BIRMINGHAM

5 REASONS TO VISIT BIRMINGHAM

5 REASONS TO VISIT MUMBAI

5 REASONS TO VISIT MUMBAI