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A complete travel & visitors guide to the six New England states by veteran travel writer Tom Brosnahan.

What makes NETP special?

1. Guidance, not just information. NETP strives for useful guidance: information and opinion to help you make decisions about where to go, what to do, and how to spend your precious travel time and budget.

The Web is overfilled with travel information, most of it derivative, facile, inaccurate, or low-utility, and with the advent of "Artificial Intelligence," the quantity of low-quality info is set to explode. AI may find valid uses in some fields, but for detailed, nuanced travel guidance, you want a human.

2. NETP is all done "by hand:" no complicated database, no flashy over-design. It's like a book, not a hi-tech machine or a computer game. I personally write all the text, shoot all the photos, plan the links and page orders, design the pages, and do all the HTML coding. Why? Because I find most web designs overly complicated and confusing, with auto-play videos, stuff popping up or zooming in and out, and always "subscribe to our newsletter!"

I follow Einstein's tongue-in-cheek formula: "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."

3. It's designed for you, not advertisers. I've been a professional travel writer, guidebook author, photographer and travel web creator for over 50 years. I love researching trips and presenting travel info in an accessible way, and I love the responses I get from travelers.

Enjoy New England Travel Planner and happy travels in New England! Comments? Send me a message.


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Now comes the big HOWEVER...

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