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Twitter chat #RGtalk with Max Grinnell, @theurbanologist

12:30 to 1 p.m. EST

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Have a question about traveling to New England? Love to talk travel?

Join our Twitter chat #RGtalk!

Use #RGtalk to join in--and use the hashtag to tweet your questions about New England travel in advance, too!

Whether you are planning a leisurely road trip along the most scenic routes, a high-energy sightseeing tour of Boston, or a holiday excursion, Rough Guides writer Max Grinnell can help. He’s got the inside scoop on where to go, what to do, and how to plan the New England vacation that is right for you.

Connect with fellow travelers and chime in with your own answers and advice. Retweet a recommendation or idea you think others will like. Just remember to always include #RGtalk so that your comment or question is included in the thread.

What is a Twitter chat, you ask? A Twitter chat is a group conversation on Twitter held at a designated time, about a designated topic, and threaded together by a common hashtag.

Plan your trip with The Rough Guide to New England and The Rough Guide to Boston.

     

 

About author Max Grinnell

Max Grinnell has spent time wandering around New England since 1990, when he took a fateful trip on Amtrak from Seattle at the age of 15. He spent time in the Boston Youth Hostel on Hemenway Street, now moved to fancy new digs in Chinatown. In more than twenty years of traveling, he’s enjoyed everything in New England from Burlington, Vermont, on down to Stamford, Connecticut, and he's always on the lookout for the next great adventure in the region.

You can follow Max’s travel adventures on Twitter @theurbanologist and on his website, theurbanologist.com.

 

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