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Christmas In New England

By Edited Mar 31, 2014 1 3

Christmas In New England

Christmas in New England is rich in history. Young and old will take this time to reflect with family. They gather together with cups over flowing, with holiday spirit.

Snow falls outside the window and the shimmering tree lights dance around in the white reflections. Sounds of laughter and good times, fill the homes of New England during this holiday season. Their occupants spirit giddy with warmth and togetherness.

Despite the freezing temperatures outside, the ice on the windows, old Jack Frost nipping at your nose, New Englanders take the harsh conditions in stride. They are a hearty breed with a tolerance for cold weather.

Cristmas Carolers
Filled with tradition's, like caroling and Christmas parades. The area has always been a picturesque place to spend the holidays.

With postcard photo opportunities around every corner and quaint little inns, strewn across the region, folks will plan family vacations, through out the area.

The popularity of New England as a vacation destination, has grown through out the world, in recent times. Families are looking for simple, back to basic getaways and this area certainly offers that.

Maine Coast
From the coast of Maine, to the shores of Rhode Island, throughout western Massachusetts,and all across the region, the country way of living, abounds.

A simpler way of life exists here. people in the area, have minimalist tendencies and they believe this way of life, has fewer complications.

Fozen Orchard
Farms and orchards, scattered along the winding back roads, are an inspiration to many artists and writers, both past and present. The region is jam packed with calendar worthy photo shots to back up your family vacation.


If you are planning a vacation during the Christmas holiday season, reservations should be considered well in advance of your trip. There are many little inns and valley cabins that rent at a moderate rate. These are however small establishments. Some can be filled with three phone calls.

Restaurants in the area offer a diverse menu, complete with all the traditional fare one would expect, clam chowder, and beef stew, chicken pot pie. That full turkey dinner complete with all the fixings. There are country style cafés, all the way to sushi bars, so you can see there's something here for everyone.

Strolling Nantucket
Residents will be seen strolling the downtown streets, wrapped in long coats, with scarves and thick hats, to protect them from the wind and cold. Their enthusiasm for mingling with each other, never curbed by a little snow storm.

New England Freeze
Blizzard conditions can land on the holidays, without very much warning. Nor-easters blow in and chill the regions air. Snow will fall in feet, not inches and the plows will work all night, to clear the winding roads and thoroughfares, for the upcoming day.

 Warm fires will combat these conditions and add to the family oriented lifestyle that is common throughout the area. like most of the world, stockings are hung from rustic mantels, filled with little trinkets to put a sparkle in children's eyes.

The incredibly aromatic aroma of Christmas dinner feathers its way through out the house. Famous for its classic holiday fare. From a well prepared venison meal, to the honey basted ham, always a time to gather with family and friends. The holiday season has always been a time to gather those we love and reconnect with the ones we don't often get to see.

Filled with all things that make the holiday so festive, the culture here prepares throughout the year for this great celebration. When it finally arrives, the family oriented population that resides here, extend their warm welcoming hands, to guests from around the world.

A Christmas in New England is always going to be a time for gathering. A warm holiday spirit survives with great popularity here and the simple way of life, remains strong .

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Nov 4, 2010 12:19pm
Beautiful, nostalgic article. Took me back to my MA roots.
Nov 4, 2010 3:54pm
very nice article good info
Nov 27, 2010 10:17pm
Thanks guys I'm really glad you liked it
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