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What makes NETP special?

1. True Travel Guidance, not just information. There's already way too much travel information, especially on the Internet. What people need and want is guidance, which is information and opinion designed for decision assistance, that is, to help them make decisions about where to go, what to do, and how to spend your precious travel budget.

2. It's all done "by hand:" no slick database, no tortured over-design. It's not like a hi-tech machine or a computer game, it's like a book. This "hand-work" is why NETP is difficult to build but easy to navigate: I personally think through the links you might need and the pages you'll want to read next, and set up the navigation accordingly. It's difficult to do that optimally in a database but—worse—nobody even tries.

3. It's designed for you, not advertisers. Sure, NETP has got to pay its way, but YOU and your trip are the reason NETP exists at all. I really love researching trips and presenting travel info in an accessible way, and I love the responses I get from travelers I've helped. If I help you, I figure I'll succeed, so I don't need distracting banner ads that flash, or any other dancing baloney. I ask you to support the businesses that support NETP.

4. It's innovative. Because I do everything myself, I can try new and different ways of presenting travel information, and make finding that information easier and more fun for you. I've spent decades working to make travel information comprehensive and comprehensible to travelers of all types. I've got very definite ideas about how to do it, and new ways (like Optimized Hypertext™), and there's no editor or webmaster to tell me that I've got to do it the way everybody else does it.

These other websites have also been developed using Optimized Hypertext™:

Turkey Travel Planner
St Moritz Travel Planner
Writers' Website Planner

Enjoy New England Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan, and happy travels in New England!

By the way, I do not have any printed materials or maps to send, just the 2000+ pages of online info. For printed materials, please contact one or more of the many tourism offices for New England's states, regions, cities and towns. They all have excellent free tourist guides and maps to offer. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan

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