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Hotel Covington

Hotel Covington
Sleep like an angel at this sophisticated, adults-oriented boutique hotel in Downtown Covington, Kentucky where “historic” and “contemporary” gracefully collide. By Hope S. Philbrick What to do with an old department store? Unfortunately, it’s a question many American downtowns are being forced to ask. The best answer I’ve...

Chihuly at Biltmore [Special Exhibit]

Chihuly at Biltmore
Famed artist's glass sculptures enhance the landscape around the historic architectural wonder in Asheville, North Carolina.  By Hope S. Philbrick There’s no way to see it all at Biltmore: America’s largest home has 250 rooms! As you’re meandering from room to room—even if you’re listening to the...

Old Forester Returns to Whiskey Row

Old Forester Distilling Co.
The "First Bottled Bourbon" returns to the building it once called home after nearly 100 years. New state-of-the-art distillery and bourbon experience joins famed Whiskey Row in Downtown Louisville, Kentucky.  Old Forester is returning home with the opening of the Old Forester Distilling Co. on Whiskey...

Introduction to Georgia [Itinerary]

Georgia
Two weeks is all it takes to fall in love with the southern state we call home. Wondering what to do in Atlanta? What to do in Georgia? Here are our top picks for a get-to-know-Georgia tour, whether it's your first-ever visit, a deeper exploration...

Cuba’s Cienfuegos and Trinidad

Cuba
Dig into Cuban history and culture on a shore excursion with Celestyal Cruises. By Renée S. Gordon Architecture and history aren’t the sort of words that attract young travelers, so when choosing a Celestyal Cruises’ shore excursion in Cuba the terms signal an adults-oriented tour. And what...

St. Ermin’s Hotel Westminster

Where to stay in London, England. By Renée S. Gordon A true traveler savors experiences at every point in the journey. Beyond tours and activities, dining and accommodations—in the best cases—enhance your trip in extraordinary and memorable ways. London, England is so rife with spectacular historic...

Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens

Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens
Bite into history near Charleston, South Carolina. By Hope S. Philbrick Charleston, South Carolina is a contemporary city that embraces its past. From culinary traditions to architecture, from the cobblestone streets to the culture, the present and the past mingle. That means as a visitor you might...

American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

Take a modern look at history. By Renée S. Gordon March 23 to April 4, 2017, the Grand Opening of the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown (ARMY) will take place. The museum complex, located within America’s Historic Triangle, brilliantly weaves together all aspects of the American Revolution...

Harriet Tubman

Understand, Celebrate Her Story in Maryland. By Renée S. Gordon On the 104th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death (which was March 10, 1913) Maryland’s Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center opened. She was nearly 95 years old when she died in Auburn, New York and it...