The trees put on a blazing color show every fall in New England. From Boston going north, you can see the beauty of nature at one of its finest hours.
Take a train from Boston’s famous North Station and travel north or west watching the leaves change as you take a leisurely ride through small towns in route. http://bit.ly/19LQmEx. Northern routes will give you a show of fall that your camera will enjoy. Make a stop at any of those small towns.
Bring your bike to see more: http://bit.ly/1bBvz7U
Make a trip of it: go north to historic Lowell, by MBTA, where the first mills in the United States were born http://bit.ly/19TMFAk or take a ride over to Fitchburg and walk or ride your bike on the Stream Line Trail http://bit.ly/1aQVMy4.
Recommended by people who have been there is to vacation for four to five days in Boston near North Station and take day trips http://bit.ly/1hYRJCH.
Boston can be reached via air or Amtrak. Stay near north station and enjoy at least one train ride. You will not be disappointed in that scenic adventure October through November.
Here are some fun facts: http://on.fb.me/17vI15S Contributor to article: Maureen Sabiski