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If it's not within four hours of the city — by car — you don't want hear about it, right? Well, listen up.
 

·  Adamstown, Pennsylvania
   Hunting for Amish antiques.

·  Brimfield, Massachusetts
   A crash course on conquering the flea market.

·  Cape May, New Jersey
   Time-traveling to the Victorian Jersey shore.

·  Cucina Casalinga in Wilton Connecticut
   A kitchen where you can make it like Mario.

·  Greig Farm in Red Hook, New York
   Berry and apple picking plus more.

·  Hamptons Inns
   Where should you stay? Our top 10 picks.

·  Long Beach Island, New Jersey
   Sand Castle B&B is a low-key beach haven.


·  Northfork, New York
   Picnicking out on Long Island.

·  Philadelphia
   What's hot in the city this year.

·  Rhinebeck, New York
   Strap on a helmut and goggles and go flying.

·  Sandanona Shooting Grounds in Millbrook, New York
   Play country squire and taking aim at clays.

·  Saratoga Springs, New York
   Playing the ponies at the track.

·  Shelter Island, New York
   Exploring the island's scenic inlets by kayak.

 

·  Atlantic City, New Jersey
   Four golf courses worth the gamble.

·  Catskills, New York
   Indulge in Colonial splendor at the Emerson.

·  Chester, Connecticut
   The new River Tavern is worth the trip.

·  Cold Spring, New York
   Shopping is just one of many outdoor sports here.

·  Escape to New York
   Some of the best getaways are in your own backyard.

·  Greenwich, Connecticut
   A newly renovated 200-year-old inn just 45 minutes away.

·  Lambertville, New Jersey
   Flea markets and fish markets are the draw.

·  New Paltz, New York
   Learn to speak the language.

·  Milford, Pennsylvania
   The charming Pine Hill Farm lies just outside this historic town.

·  Newtown, Connecticut
   Road food finds.

·  Philadelphia
   You'd rather be here, at Rittenhouse Square.

·  Red Hook, New York
   Eat well and shop smart.

·  Shawangunks, New York
   It's all uphill from here.

·  Spectator Sports
   Make a weekend out of watching others do the heavy lifting.

·  Spring Lake, New Jersey
   For a classic beach vacation, try this sleepy town.

·  West Point, New York
   Support the troops at this legendary academy.

·  Washington, DC
   A shot of authenticity for video-soaked kids.

 

·  Amagansett
The personal touch at a family-friendly B&B.

·  Block Island
Hamptons-style charm, without the traffic.

·  Boston
From the patriotic past to the trendy present.

·  Cape Cod
Full-service resorts are rare, but not extinct.

·  Killington
New York's hometown slope.

·  Litchfield County, Connecticut
Luxury spa meets English country manor

·  Long Beach Island
Where New Jersey forsakes Camaros and Bon Jovi.

·  Monhegan Island, Maine
Splendid isolation on a pristine coast

·  Mystic, Connecticut
A seventeenth-century maritime village

·  New Haven
See the next Broadway hits… before they hit the Great White Way

·  Penobscot Bay, Maine
Hole up in a 1907 lighthouse.

·  Philadelphia
A cross-cultural New Year's Eve for the whole family.

·  Portland, Maine
A surprising new foodie mecca.

·  Provincetown
Off-season cheer, day into night.

·  Shelter Island
Alt.Hampton: calmer, cooler, and less crowded.

·  Washington D.C.
Capital sights - and a nifty trolley tour.

·  Woodstock
It doesn't have to mean sleeping in a VW.