Today I am on my way to New England for a 10 day break. I leave at 2.45 PM from Oslo airport to Reykjavik, and will arrive at Logan International Airport at 6.25 PM Eastern Time. This is an annual event, and I hope to get the last week of summer heat on the Eastern seaboard of the United States.
Travelling to New England in September has its great advantages. The American Summer ends the Labour day weekend. That means that the beaches are relatively empty and life by the sea is distinctly calmer.
The average temperature for Massachusetts in September is 26C (79F) that means for us living in more temperate parts of the world - a good and warm summer - still.
I will bring you late summer memories from the Boston area, when I return September 22nd.
More on Boston and Northern New England
I visited Northern New England in September 2006 and March 2007. See map on Boston and surrounding areas here.
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