Archive for Tag Archives: ' Boating'

Adult Fun in Giles County, Virginia

5 fun finds By Hope S. Philbrick From angling to zip-lining, there’s much to do in Giles County, Virginia, whether it’s action or relaxation that you seek. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, Giles County boasts hundreds of [...]

Autumn Adirondack Getaway

Enjoy leaf peeping season in Upstate New York at Great Pines Resort and the surrounding area. by Katie DeTar October is a glorious month in New York State, and a newly refurbished Adirondack hotel invites you to [...]

Loggerhead Sea Turtle Rescue with Black River Outdoors

Naturalist-guided kayak eco-tour of the salt marsh near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, leads to an unexpected sea turtle rescue mission. By Hope S. Philbrick Once in a while you recognize what will rank as one of [...]

Drive, Park, Cruise from New Orleans, Louisiana

Setting sail from the Big Easy is, well, easy. And fun. By Chris Chamberlain Right off the bat, let me acknowledge that I know not everyone is a fan of cruise ships. Much of it depends [...]

Door County, Wisconsin

Adventure for the unadventurous. By Sherri Telenko There are few activities more decadent than decompressing in a hot tub after a day of outdoor activity. I’m not really an outdoorsy person—unless my dog is with me, [...]

The Anthem of the Seas

Sail like a royal on the Anthem of the Seas with Royal Caribbean Cruises. By Renée S. Gordon The Anthem of the Seas is the newest of Royal Caribbean’s ships, the second of three ships in [...]

Hurtigruten to Makeover Four Ships

Follows the Purchase and Major Upgrade of Hurtigruten’s Newest Ship, MS Spitsbergen. Renovation costs budgeted at more than 550 million NOK ($64M US). Hurtigruten has announced a major renovation initiative for 2016. All four of its [...]

Port Antonio, Jamaica

Experience three of the most important anchors of Jamaica’s culture and heritage: the language, the cuisine, and the music. By Renée S. Gordon Jamaica’s Portland Parish is approximately 60 miles from Kingston on the northeastern coast [...]

Quick Stop: Shelbyville, Kentucky

Make the most of a brief visit to “The American Saddlebred Capital of the World.” By Hope S. Philbrick We spent less than 24 hours in Shelbyville, Kentucky—eight of them asleep. Though a longer visit is [...]

Eat & Burn: Augusta, Georgia

Savor Georgia’s Second City. Our Eat & Burn series showcases destinations through their cuisine and inviting ways to burn calories. By Hope S. Philbrick Augusta is Georgia’s second largest city (after Atlanta) and the state’s second [...]

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