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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.
The Colonial Inn at Ogunquit Beach in Maine
There’s no denying the appeal of a classic beach town in mid-summer – long stretches of sand, saltwater taffy, clam shacks – and when the town has a well-known summer theater, a long established art colony and a James Beard Awarded restaurant, a summer weekend doesn’t get much better.
The Hurtegruten in the Land of the Midnight Sun
We’re aboard the MS Nordnorge, with all the comforts and none of the pomp of a cruise ship. Once the only route between Norway´s northern coastal towns, they now carry tourists like us to see Norway’s fabulous fjords.
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.
The Most Beautiful Book - Menu Design in America
Food meets art, and style meets pop culture in the luscious new book, Menu Design in America. I want to hang this book on my dining room wall and turn a new page every day!
The Peace Correspondent –Stories of Travel in Asia
I have never traveled with (or even met) travel writer Garry Marchant, and I have never been to China. But after reading his book, "The Peace Correspondent" I want to do both.
The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island
It’s golf that brings most people to The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, a super-deluxe seaside resort overlooking 10 miles of beautiful barrier island beach near Charleston, S.C.
The Seaport Hotel – Redefining South Boston
Fresh from my chocolate wrap at the Wave spa, I reposed upstairs to my suite at the corner of the 9th-floor of the Seaport Hotel to admire the late afternoon sun on the sailboats and white ferries darting around Boston Harbor.
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.
Vila del Quar – Luxury in Verona’s Vineyards
In the heart of Valpolicella vineyards, just north of Verona in Italy’s Veneto region, stands Vila del Quar, a Renaissance villa and wine estate whose owners welcome guests to beautiful rooms and Michelin-starred dining.
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