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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!
A Room with a View at The Boxer Boston
The Boxer Boston gives a whole new meaning to “A Room with a View” as it reveals almost the entire Boston skyline from the corner room on its top floor.
Slope-side Luxury in Quebec’s Eastern Townships
Facing the ski trails of Bromont, near the Vermont border about an hour south of Montreal, Hotel Chateau-Bromont is perfectly located for a winter vacation, whether you ski or not.
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”.
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.
Martinhal Beach Resort in Portugal’s Algarve
At Europe’s most southwestern tip, this beach resort was designed to fit the landscape, its low buildings set amid indigenous trees and grasses above a half-mile crescent of golden sand.
Comfort and Luxury at Hilton Boston Logan Airport
The warm hospitality of the staff, the luxurious rooms and flexibility of services to accommodate travelers on weird schedules were impressive – and certainly not what I expect from an airport hotel.
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.
History and Comfort in Germany’s Black Forest
We followed Marie Antoinette to this traditional Black Forest inn, deep in a wooded valley of Southwest Germany
Tea and History on Campobello Island
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt spent their summer holidays on the small island of Campobello, in Canada, but connected to Maine by a bridge. We followed them and found history, nature and tea time.
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