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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.
Back to Bilbao – A Lot More than the Guggenheim
When I stepped off the bus in front of the Guggenheim Bilbao on a spring morning, it was love at first sight. That was several years ago, and it was time I returned to see more of this exciting city in Northern Spain.
Beach-side Luxuries at Maine’s Inn by the Sea
Set in its own wild garden, above a long beach on Cape Elizabeth, Inn by the Sea combines very modern comforts -- and a green attitude -- with old-fashioned sun-and-sand-and-spa relaxation.
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.
Book Review – Life is a Trip
Sometimes reading a good book about someone else’s travels is as much fun as going yourself. In Judith Fein’s new book, "Life is a Trip", there’s the added appeal of a take-away in each adventure.
Boston Restaurant Find - BOKX 99 American Prime
The end of a Metro line might not be the first place you’d look for an outstanding restaurant, but that’s where we found BOKX 99 American Prime, in the Hotel Indigo, overlooking the Riverside Station in Newton, Massachusetts.
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.
Candlelight Dinner at Geneva on the Lake
What a treat it is when a place gets everything right. Dinner on the terrace of Geneva on the Lake lived up to everything we expected from this fabled luxury villa in New York’s Finger Lakes.
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.
Chez Boulay Bistro Boreal in Québec
The concept of a restaurant using only ingredients native to or grown in its environment was irresistible. Talk about locavore!
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