Thanks to the current state of the economy, more and more people — families, couples, and single folks — are finding that they need to tighten their belts, and the first place most of them do so is with the summer vacation. Way back when, it seemed like summer vacation was a staple, even if you only went away for a long weekend. These days, however, even that seems too much to spend — but it does not have to be that way.
There are plenty of affordable places to go, especially in the United States. For instance, you should think about New Hampshire. Which part of it? Any part of it, really. There are upwards of eight hundred thousand acres of breathtaking terrain to be found in this comely little New England state, and lots of fun things to do, from hiking the White Mountains to lounging by the sea.
Lots of New England states can get pretty pricey in the summer, but in New Hampshire, you will find a comfortable, rather down home feel for affordable prices.