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A Biblical Feast – Mediterranean Cookbook Review
I know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but the photography on the front and inside "A Biblical Feast: Ancient Mediterranean Flavors for Today's Table” had me hooked instantly.
Berry Manor Inn in Rockland Maine
Victorian grandeur combines with warm hospitality and a good dose of Yankee independence, not to mention spectacular fresh-baked pies.
Valencia Spain’s Colorful Festival of Las Fallas
Perhaps the world’s most colorful festival, and certainly its noisiest, Las Fallas in the Spanish port of Valencia is a celebration that has to be experienced to understand its appeal.
The Inn at Jackson – Luxury in the White Mountains
Architect Stanford White designed the big bungalow-style house on the hillside overlooking the village of Jackson, NH, one of the prettiest in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
Camden Harbour Inn - Perfect Spot to be Snowbound
I had awakened early to that unmistakable deep silence that we northerners instinctively recognize before our eyes are even open. The sound of snow, or rather the stillness of snow.
The Canyons - The Rolls Royce of Ski Lessons
Luxury comes in different forms for different people. To this life-long mediocre skier, it was two hours on a Utah mountain that would forever change the way I ski.
Captain Lord Mansion in Kennebunkport Maine
My travels always have a purpose. I go to New Brunswick to kayak in the Bay of Fundy. I go to the White Mountains to ski. I never go someplace just to BE there. It's harder than you think. But at the Captain Lord Mansion, it becomes an art form.
AViiQ - the World’s Thinnest Laptop Stand
OK, I admit it, the sleek stylish look of my new laptop stand is what caught my eye. But the way it takes the strain off my wrists and neck is what captured my heart.
Swedish Christmas Traditions Like a Trip to Sweden
“Swedish Christmas Traditions” by Ernst Kirchsteiger, is a celebrity cookbook in Sweden, but to be honest, I had never heard of its author. But I liked him from the first words of his introduction: “Christmas isn’t a competition.”
Hotel Veritas Perfect for a Weekend in Cambridge
Boston may get more attention, but for many of us, the real heart of “The Hub” is just across the river in Cambridge’s Harvard Square. And The Hotel Veritas is our new home-away-from-home there.
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