The best things to do in Kittery, Maine, for foodies, history lovers, shoppers, and more.
Coastal Maine has long been a favourite spring time destination for my family. I love shaking off the last days of winter and road tripping to the shore to soak in the gorgeous gardens (seriously, does everyone here have a green thumb?) and listen to the waves, and maybe search for a bit of beach glass. While there are no shortages of sweet spots to base ourselves, we've grown partial to one area in particular. There are so many things to do in Kittery Maine that we always find ourselves happily occupied for a long weekend and we usually start planning our next trip on the drive home!
On our most recent trip to Kittery, Ryan and I brought along our dog Oliver. Oliver is one discerning traveller and he loved every spot on our list! I bet you will too.
Sure, everything is expensive but you CAN find free WiFi in New York City when you're visiting as a tourist. So don't stress about your data plan and international roaming fees and connect at one of these free spots instead.
New York City is “The City That Never Sleeps,” and it is no surprise that it’s a chock full of free public Wi-Fi connections. From popular chain stores to funky bars, public transportation networks to tourist attractions, you are never far from an easy connection, perfect for posting your latest travel pics to social media, 24 hours a day. So if you're worried that you'll never get a connection or that it will cost you a fortune, rest easy! Tourists can find free WiFi in New York City with ease. I know because I've been one of them, multiple times, and I know this list will help.
At Subway Stations and on Subway Trains
New Yorkers are divided on how well it works, but there’s no denying that having free public Wi-Fi as part of the subway system is a game changer for tourists. It’s an easy place to quickly connect and update your travel plans while getting to your next stop. The official MTA map can help you with your travel plans. Note that the network’s name is TRANSITWIRELESSWIFI and that it doesn’t work during those few times the Subway train goes above ground.
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