This week, history meets Hollywood with the release of the new film, The Finest Hours. The film, whose trailer might remind you of The Perfect Storm, is also a true story with high stakes and a surprising ending.
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Check out these winter sweet spots! January is a great time to get cozy with a steamy cup of joe on Martha’s Vineyard. Whether you’re planning a romantic winter getaway or bringing the whole family for an after-holiday vacation, you’ll find lots of spots open year-round that keep the gourmet coffee pouring—and satisfy your sweet tooth!
Vacation Guidelines: If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to travel more, now is the time to start planning your adventures, especially if Martha’s Vineyard is on your to-see list. Here are some tips to help you plan your trip:
Visit the island off-season and do what the locals do! On Martha’s Vineyard, winter is a time of natural beauty and relaxation that makes you feel as though you’re truly getting away from it all. There is plenty to see and do, so let’s break it all down for you.
7 Hot Spots to Visit While You’re in Edgartown: If you’re visiting Martha’s Vineyard during the off-season, don’t worry. You definitely won’t go hungry. There are a number of wonderful restaurants always open, and the locals know where to go!
A step-by-step guide to transportation: When you’re on vacation, the last thing you want to think about is coordinating your transportation. You want to work with a company that takes care of the details, so you can focus on the fun. If you’ve never been to Martha’s Vineyard and you’d like to rent a car to get around the island, A-A Island Auto Rental makes it simple and convenient.
Come see what fun awaits you on the island! If you’re visiting Martha’s Vineyard this December, there is so much to see and do. There will be plenty of holiday festivities, as well as events and activities that raise money for great causes. Be a part of something special this winter—check out a sampling of holiday happenings below.
Holiday Happenings for Your December Visit: If you’re visiting the island this December, there is so much to see and do. Whether you like to shop for great bargains or stroll through an enchanted “forest” of Christmas trees, there’s something for the whole family. Here’s a sampling:
In last week’s blog, we gave you a sampling of restaurants that stay open all year if you’re visiting Edgartown. Here are some other places to try if you find yourself traveling to Vineyard Haven or Oak Bluffs. You’ll find that many great restaurants stay open for the locals, and for those out-of-towners who don’t mind a little chill in the air. After all, the best way to eat clam chowder is on a chilly day, right?