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Amazing City in New England

Having grown up and lived most of my life in the Portland, Maine area, I have a special kind of hometown love for this coastal spot. But seeing the area with the new eyes of my children makes me fall in love with it even more each time I come Home.

This is a fantastic place to live because of all the Restaurants, outside activities, bike trails, lakes, rivers, Mountains, Museums, Boating, Sailing, Island Hopping, Fishing or simply watch the boats come and go from the bay while you are sipping on a cool cocktail listening to some great local talent on the pair. Click Here to find out more

Some things to do besides work...

Fitness, Dining, Sailing, Breweries and so much more for all the family

From the Micro Brewery seen and the vast amount of local Restaurants will thrill the Foodie inside you, this is exactly one of many reasons why this makes you want to live here… Click HERE for info on great Restaurants

Here is one persons take on when they dropped on by…

“From rehabbed gas stations turned organic coffee shops, breweries, bars, and dockside hand stretched pizza, Portland Maine is an unexpected foodie treat. I didn’t expect a popping college town with brick and mortar shops making it work along the Atlantic coast when I heard I’d be passing through. I was thinking of those classic small beach towns with a french fry stand and not much more than a diner or handful of chain establishments to pick from. The city of Portland was alive and crowded with a love of farm fresh and hand made. There was a Thai place on every corner and a thousand other options depending on what you were craving. Even the street vendors had flare as a gourmet s’mores cart caught my eye as I was making my way through the town.”

Hot Suppa: 703 Congress St, Portland, ME 04102 – Sitting down for a weekday breakfast is anything but boring in the trendy town of Portland. I walked into this bar at 9 AM on a Thursday to find a line waiting to be seated and the bar already packed for the day. I eased myself into a spot at the bar and promptly ordered an iced coffee from the tender and asked what the best options were. I went with her recommendations, the omelet and the grits. The omelet was good. Not write your mom, best breakfast ever omelet, but good and packed with cheese and spinach. The grits though, my side for the dish, did not disappoint. They were smooth and creamy. As I was sitting eating, a waiter updated the daily menu to include a crazy twist on a Monte Cristo that I am both grateful and disappointed that I didn’t catch sooner. The locals tell me that lunch there is a must to try too. Don’t let the name fool you, Hot Suppa is way more than a bowl of classic comfort soup. Click HERE to read more on their list of great Eats!…

25 Things to Do with Kids in Maine

Bike Rides, Narrow gauge train, Children Museum, Ice Cream and so much More!

Having grown up and lived most of my life in the Portland, Maine area, I have a special kind of hometown love for this coastal spot. But seeing the area with the new eyes of my children makes me fall in love with it even more with each changing season. While the city itself provides plenty of arts and cultural entertainment for us, the access to the ocean, lakes, mountains, and rivers give it just the right balance we love.

Less than two hours from Boston, Portland, Maine is a city filled with history, culture, jaw-dropping natural beauty, and truly great food. Though the busy, pretty waterfront on Casco Bay gets the most tourist love in Portland, there’s a lot of fun to be had just a little farther afield, making it a perfect spot for a weekend trip with the kids. Pack up the car or take the train, and settle in for an engaging, relaxing, and picture-perfect weekend getaway. Click HERE to find out more on the 25 things to do here in Maine