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Deer Valley Utah -- Skiing Doesn’t Get Any Better
Utah’s Deer Valley is 100% designer mountain. But beyond the beautiful lodges, fine dining, slope-side “cabins” and swish shops, the attention to detail begins with the ski trails
Dexter’s Inn in Sunapee, New Hampshire
There is something both comfortable and comforting about staying in a New England country inn “of a certain age”.
Dining High in Fredericton, New Brunswick
The capital city of New Brunswick, in Canada’s Atlantic Provinces, has come of age in dining, with a pair of outstanding restaurants and several others giving them close competition.
Dinner at Portugal’s Herdade da Malhadinha Nova
Set amid miles of rolling hills in Portugal’s Alentejo region, we found a wine estate whose restaurant achieves the perfect balance of localvore ideals with sophisticated and creative cuisine firmly rooted in regional traditions.
Dresden Germany – The Renaissance Reborn
Augustus the Strong, who ruled Saxony in the 16th century, dreamed of making Dresden a “Venice on the Elbe” and set about creating a cultural center of lavish palaces and riverside prospects.
Easy-Going Luxuries at Purity Spring Resort
Most travelers don’t use the words “luxury” and “family” in the same sentence, but at Purity Spring Resort in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, the two words come together as naturally as cookies and milk.
Emerson Inn - A Weekend by the Sea in Rockport MA
In an art-filled coastal town north of Boston we found sea views, fine dining and an historic hotel named for a famous former guest.
Enjoying Summer in Boston with Kids
Kid-friendly Royal Sonesta Hotel, overlooking Boston from across the river in Cambridge, was a perfect base for exploring the city.
European Travel for the Genius – Read this First
Smart travelers get all the expert advice they can before taking a trip. You can’t ask for better advice than you’ll find in this new book.
Even Experienced Travelers Learn Tips from Books
I spend a lot of time on the road, so I thought I knew all the tricks of the trade. But two books, “Smart Packing for Today’s Traveler” and “101 Tips for Women Travelers” taught me a lot of ways to make my travels smoother.
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