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From the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon to the glitz of Las Vegas and Times Square, the USA is a tapestry shaped by the diversity of those who have settled here.

Best food in Nashville: Etch

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Cities, fine dining, Food and Wine, North America, Restaurants, Tennessee, United States | 0 comments

Best food in Nashville: Etch

Etch is the latest top-ranked restaurant to feature the cuisine of award-winning co-owner and Executive Chef Deb Paquette, the first woman in Tennessee to qualify as a certified executive chef.

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Nashville: where the music never stops

Posted by on Jul 27, 2016 in Family travel, fine dining, Food and Wine, Historic Travel, North America, Restaurants, Tennessee, Uncategorized, United States | 0 comments

Nashville: where the music never stops

When we think of Nashville, the state capital and largest city in Tennessee, country music comes to mind. Its Grand Old Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame are legendary.

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Old Saybrook, Connecticut: An immersion in history where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound

Posted by on Jun 6, 2016 in Connecticut, Cultural Travel, Food and Wine, Historic Travel, Hotels, North America, Resorts, Restaurants, Trains, United States | 0 comments

Old Saybrook, Connecticut: An immersion in history where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound

This local landmark is known for the area’s premier dining, spa, and accommodations. Though people travel here for a getaway…

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The National Weather Center and NOAA Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma

Posted by on Feb 28, 2016 in United States | 0 comments

The National Weather Center and NOAA Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma

Ever wonder why the National Weather Center and NOAA Severe Storms Laboratory is in Oklahoma?

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Stowe, Vermont: the ultimate flavor of New England 

Posted by on Feb 21, 2016 in Family travel, Festivals, Food and Wine, Hotels, Multigenerational travel, North America, Resorts, Restaurants, Spas, Vermont | 0 comments

Stowe, Vermont: the ultimate flavor of New England 

Mention the state of Vermont, the Green Mountain State, and images of classic New England charm —covered bridges, cow pastures, family farms, white steepled churches, and fresh mountain air — come to mind.

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The Optical Heritage Museum, Southbridge, Massachusetts

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 in Family travel, Historic Travel, Hotels, Massachusetts, North America, Restaurants, United States | 0 comments

The Optical Heritage Museum, Southbridge, Massachusetts

The Optical Heritage Museum is a hidden gem in Southbridge Massachusetts where artifacts from the the American Optical Company’s 150 year history…

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Old Sturbridge Village: more than meets the eye

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 in Cities, Cultural Travel, Factory Tours, Family travel, Festivals, Food and Wine, Historic Travel, Hotels, Luxury travel, Massachusetts, Multigenerational travel, North America, Restaurants, United States | 0 comments

Old Sturbridge Village: more than meets the eye

What better way to spend a day than strolling the grounds of one of the nation’s largest outdoor living history museums, Old Sturbridge Village?

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The Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center

Posted by on Dec 27, 2015 in Cities, Cultural Travel, Factory Tours, Family travel, Historic Travel, Hotels, Massachusetts, North America, United States | 2 comments

The Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center

The main plant of the American Optical Company is now home to the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center.

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Lake and mountains: The Basin Harbor Club

Posted by on Nov 28, 2015 in Family travel, Food and Wine, Historic Travel, Hotels, Multigenerational travel, North America, Resorts, Restaurants, Spas, United States, Vermont | 0 comments

Lake and mountains: The Basin Harbor Club

The Basin Harbor Club goes back to 1886 when this was a farm and, as was done back then, Ardelia Beach began taking in summer boarders who wanted to escape the city’s summer heat. It’s the kind of place people return to year after year to enjoy the signature “active tranquility.”

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Ivy League tradition: The Hanover Inn Dartmouth

Posted by on Nov 28, 2015 in Cultural Travel, Family travel, Food and Wine, Historic Travel, Hotels, Luxury travel, Multigenerational travel, New Hampshire, North America, Restaurants, United States | 0 comments

Ivy League tradition: The Hanover Inn Dartmouth

As the the only hotel on the Dartmouth College campus the Hanover Inn Dartmouth is immersed in the Ivy League tradition. It is a member of the Historic Hotels of America, a National Trust for Historic Preservation program, which means it is recognized nationally or locally as part of America’s cultural heritage.

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