Archive for Tag Archives: ' USA-Northeast'

Sip and Decorate

Hudson Valley Wine and Wreath Trail Leaves Inn Guests with Holiday Trinket Hudson Valley bed and breakfast provides the first ornament and helps guests sip their way to a wreath full of trinkets at the “Fineries [...]

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 [...]

1000 Islands Harbor Hotel

Relax at the River in Northern New York By Katie DeTar When I was a kid, family trips to New York state’s Thousand Island Region centered around fishing. We’d stay at a simple lakeside motel, spend [...]

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort: As seen on ABC’s “The Bachelorette”

Reality. TV. By Hope S. Philbrick Among the entertaining coincidences of my life, this one ranks high: When I recently stayed at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pennsylvania, the place appeared on ABC’s The Bachelorette. I [...]

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Weirdly Wonderful By Hope S. Philbrick Lots of destinations boast about having “something for everyone.” Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pennsylvania just might actually achieve that lofty goal. There is not just one Nemacolin experience. The [...]

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Independent by Design” By Renée S. Gordon Philadelphia’s variously recognized as “The City of Murals,” “The City of Restaurants,” “The City of the Arts” and “The City of Neighborhoods.” It boasts more than 3,000 murals—a greater [...]

Thirst Boston

Annual Thirst Boston event is exclusive to adults age 21 and older. 21 Plus Salute! ‘Thirst Boston’ rolls out schedule of events and seminars, releases tickets for sale. Four-day lineup features new and improved events, hands-on [...]

The Vikings Exhibition

On exhibit in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. By Renée S. Gordon At Discovery Times Square, located in the former New York Times Building, “The Vikings Exhibition” opened on February 5 and is scheduled to run [...]

The Discovery of King Tut

On exhibit in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. By Renée S. Gordon Tut-mania first reached our shores in the 1920s, shortly after Howard Carter originally discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun on November 4, 1922. Did you [...]

Star Wars and the Power of Costume

On exhibit in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. By Renée S. Gordon “Star Wars and the Power of Costume” is an exhibition worthy of the legendary films and characters created by George Lucas. Visit Discovery Times [...]

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