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Little Luxuries on Canada’s Grand Manan Island
Charming inns, scones and cream at tea-time overlooking the sea, fresh-caught seafood, and stunning sunset views are all part of a New Brunswick island getaway.
Little Luxuries in Portugal's Alentejo
Luxury travel doesn’t necessarily mean a villa-sized hotel room with a bathroom the dimensions of a small ballroom and one-million-to-the-inch-count bed linens. Sometimes it means something far more subtle – and harder to find.
Learn to Make Chocolate Truffles in New Brunswick
Making perfect chocolate truffles is only one of the many learning experience offered in Fredericton, New Brunswick’s lively and art-filled capital city. Creating beautiful and tasty things is a way of life in Fredericton, which has Canada’s highest concentration of working craftsmen.
Lavender Fields - Lovely, Luxurious and Canadian
We stood surrounded by lush rows of bright purple blossoms, enveloped in the fresh scent of lavender flowers that bloomed almost as far as we could see.
Kids Love The Balsams, NH’s Mountain Resort
The Balsams, an historic grand resort hotel in northern New Hampshire, combines luxury and family-friendly experiences, even in the spa and the dining room.
Kayaking the Islands off Acadia National Park
A spectacularly beautiful day on Maine’s northern coast invites exploring coastal coves and islands by sea kayak
Kandinsky -- Abstract Art in Munich
The largest collection of the paintings of Wassily Kandinsky, a founder of Abstract art, is assembled at Munich´s Lenbachhaus and will also be shown in New York and Paris.
J House Greenwich for Luxury near New York City
Luxury is not having to stay in New York City. We chose the Connecticut alternative and discovered a new hotel with an excellent restaurant and a nearby commuter rail station.
Isle of Eriska - Private Island Resort in Scotland
Our first view of the red sandstone pile that fairly screams late-Victorian Scottish baronial estate, was one of those “oh, wow!” travel moments. And it just kept getting better and better.
Invisibelt for Travel - One Color Fits All
I travel light, and it always annoys me to have to carry several belts to fit and match different pants and skirts. My new Invisbelt solves that, and as an added bonus I can wear it through airport security checks.
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