Archive for Tag Archives: ' USA-Northeast'

As Seen In NYC

“Start spreading the news….” It’s impossible not to be excited when you see years of hard work culminate in a big, dramatic splash of light. Our Getaways for Grownups logo lit up the Nasdaq tower in [...]

In Season: Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Holiday Happenings By Renée S. Gordon Lancaster, much to many people’s surprise, is both a county (founded in 1729) and a city (established a few years later). The county is comprised of more than 60 towns [...]

In Season: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Holiday Headquarters in Christmas City USA: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania By Renée S. Gordon Each year throngs of people travel thousands of miles to spend the holidays in Bethlehem, Israel but you may be surprised to learn that [...]

Philadelphia’s Germantown

World heritage in an American city. By Renée S. Gordon On November 6, 2015, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was designated the first World Heritage City in the United States. Some aspects of American history in Philadelphia are well known: [...]

Fun For Men

Celebrate men’s health with a man-cation. Since November is host to Movember, a global campaign to raise awareness about men’s health issues including prostate and testicular cancer, several hotels around the world are celebrating men this [...]

Ram’s Head Inn

Book an exclusive winter escape. The Ram’s Head Inn on Shelter Island, New York may close its doors to the public from January through March, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have your own picturesque winter [...]

Presque Isle

Lighthouses and more in Erie, Pennsylvania’s Quiet Star By Renée S. Gordon Presque Isle is located west of Erie’s downtown. In actuality it is not an island but rather a 3,200-acre sandy peninsula that forms Presque [...]

Mirbeau Inn and Spa Skaneateles

A Magical, Monet-inspired stay in New York’s Finger Lakes By Katie DeTar Retreating to Mirbeau Inn and Spa in Skaneateles, New York is more than a simple getaway. It is an immersive, luxurious experience that floods [...]

Erie, PA

Pennsylvania’s Quiet Star By Renée S. Gordon Erie, Pennsylvania, located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, is the state’s fourth largest city, the state’s only major city on the lakeshore, and has played a significant [...]

Morey’s Piers

Get Wild in New Jersey By Renée S. Gordon Alexander Boardman was a train conductor who grew weary of extracting sand residue from his cars. His solution, a wooden path, was first put into operation in [...]

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