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Reader's Digest Logo By Sherri Eisenberg of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 10: Drive along Maine's rugged rocky coast, and you can see everything from lush green Arcadia National Park—home to kayaking and hiking trails—to charming harbors filled with fishing boats and colorful buoys. The town of Portland has great shopping and fabulous dining, too. Best Eats: This may just be the world's best location for whole steamed lobsters. (We suspect the locals keep the best one's in the area.) They're fresh as can be and served with corn on the cob and drawn butter. Where to Get It: Bayley's Lobster Pound in Scarborough has everything you want for a lobster dinner— outdoor tables on a deck, overlooking the water, and perfectly cooked lobsters, lobster rolls, steamers, and mussels. Make sure you stop believing these 10 popular travel tips that are no longer true.

Maine's coast

Drive along Maine's rugged rocky coast, and you can see everything from lush green Arcadia National Park—home to kayaking and hiking trails—to charming harbors filled with fishing boats and colorful buoys. The town of Portland has great shopping and fabulous dining, too.

Best Eats: This may just be the world's best location for whole steamed lobsters. (We suspect the locals keep the best one's in the area.) They're fresh as can be and served with corn on the cob and drawn butter.

Where to Get It: Bayley's Lobster Pound in Scarborough has everything you want for a lobster dinner— outdoor tables on a deck, overlooking the water, and perfectly cooked lobsters, lobster rolls, steamers, and mussels. 

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