What is New England? Well, it's the clam chowder without the tomato sauce, for one thing.
But New England is much more than that. It was the site of some of the earliest European settlements in the New World.
It is the birthplace of the American Revolution, and of such patriots and John Adams, Sam Adams, and Benjamin Franklin.
It is also the birthplace of Jack Lemmon, and more Kennedys than we care to list.
It is a place where people passionately root for the Red Sox and the Celtics, and where lobster is available virtually everywhere, including
While in New England, Alex walked in the footsteps of dinosaurs near Holyoke, Massachusetts. He ascended the highest summit in the Northeast, and braved the winds at the top of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. He savored the beauty of Acadia National Park, and the charms of its neighboring town, Bar Harbor, Maine. He learned about life as a Pilgrim when he visited Plymouth, Massachusetts and the nearby Plimoth Plantation. He discovered the delights of "stop sign crackers" at the Yankee Settler's Restaurant in Farmington, Maine. And, in Ellsworth, Maine, he asked his father to urinate in a Wal-Mart fitting room. (His request, by the way, was denied.)
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