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Learn the lay of Kennebunkport's land (and give your legs a break) aboard the informative <a href="http://www.intowntrolley.com/" target="_blank">Intown Trolley Tour</a>. These trolleys have been rolling through Kennebunkport for more than 30 years, and point out the town's major sights to visitors, including the Bush compound, a local Franciscan monastery, and the so-called "spouting rock" along the coast. Tours also include colorful commentary highlighting the town's history.

Cape Neddick Light, York Beach, Maine You don't have to travel far to see some beautiful places.

Boothbay Harbor-- since this is my boyfriend's hometown he always takes me to lunch near this spot when we visit

Lobster shack at Bar Harbor in Maine (commercial fishing for lobsters is an important part of the Maine economy)

This sprawling <a href="http://www.fws.gov/refuge/rachel_carson/" target="_blank">5,400-acre preserve</a> offers visitors relief from holiday crowds that flock to Ogunquit during the popular summer months. The refuge was established to protect salt marshes, barrier beaches, dunes and estuaries, and is a popular retreat for birders hoping to spy the endangered piping plover. Wildlife watchers may also witness white-tailed deer, moose, snakes, frogs and turtles.

Bar Harbor, Maine Best vacation of 2013 in our book.