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Located 30 miles off of Massachusetts, Nantucket is not the most accessible and it takes some planning to visit, but lucky for you, I’m here with some of my tips to make your trip on and off the island a piece of cake.
It’s funny. Every time I have a conversation with friends about NYC these days, it centers around whether one of us would move there. For most of my life I never thought that I would ever consider that city livable. No offense to any New Yorkers… it just didn’t seem like it was for me. But I have completely changed my tune.
I love Nantucket in the off-season. While extremely beautiful in the summer, the population grows 3x during the warmer months and can make the small island feel crowded. Don’t get me wrong, I love a summer getaway to the Grey Lady, but you really get a feel for the charming Massachusetts island during the spring or fall. When I had the chance to visit The Nantucket Hotel, I jumped at the chance to go in April. Right before the peak season starts, the restaurants and shops are opening back up but you don’t have to deal with any crowds – and reservations are very easy to come by.
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