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Best cities to visit: How Quebec City’s top experiences stem from its roots

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Quebec City is known for offering relaxing change of pace in a place known for the quality of its gastronomy, accommodations, and authentic cultural experiences. And its roots run deep.

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BRUNSWICK, MAINE: Get away to the gateway for exploring mid-coast Maine

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The college town of Brunswick, Maine is known for education and recreation. And now there’s an exciting new hotel and restaurant to add to the lively arts scene, array of restaurants, historic charm, nearby beaches, parks and gardens, and the beautiful Bowdoin College campus with its museums, theater and music.

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A perfect getaway to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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Are you seeking the historic charm of a coastal New England getaway yet craving accommodations where you can enjoy the latest trends, design and amenities? You will find just the right mix in and around Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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Simsbury, Connecticut: just the place for a relaxing getaway and an adventure in history

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When a party invitation drew us to Simsbury, a charming town in a river valley just outside Hartford, Connecticut, we decided to make this a weekend getaway.

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Massachusetts holiday event: Winterlights delights

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Winterlights is an award-winning outdoor display at the historic 90-acre Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate in Canton as well as Naumkeag in Stockbridge and the Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens in North Andover, all in Massachusetts .

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Cactus Country: travel in these thorny times

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We all know this is not the time to travel. COVID-19 has changed all that. But looking forward to better times and making plans for a trip for when this has passed can help reduce anxiety. Take a break from the overwhelming news and learn more about a place you would like to go. It will make for a richer experience later.

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Québec City: Live the history

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As the most European and oldest colonial city in North America, the capital of the province of Québec exudes an Old World charm and a continental flair that attracts millions of visitors a year.

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The flavors of North Carolina: Chapel Hill

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People in Chapel Hill, North Carolina call it “the southern part of heaven.” This vibrant university town with a wide range of educational, sports, and cultural resources also has has an abundance of restaurants, craft beverages and shops.

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The St. Anthony Hotel: The Queen of San Antonio

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Whenever we travel, especially to a city we haven’t experienced before, we look for hotels that are part of the area’s history. That was just what we found at the St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.

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San Diego, California

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San Diego was more than a place to relax before our cruise to Hawaii. So much more that we added more time after our voyage…

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Holland America’s 17-Day Circle Hawaii cruise: paradise lost and found

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We dreamed about basking in tropical sunshine under gently swaying palm trees, walking along black sand beaches, exploring volcanoes and coral reefs, and hiking to thundering waterfalls.

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Ponca City, Oklahoma: Native Americans, pioneers, and oil

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Ponca City, Oklahoma is a place to learn more about Native American culture, get a new perspective on the pioneer experience, and to see how an oil man lived the American Dream.

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Sarasota: the hub of southwest Florida’s Cultural Coast

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If you think Florida is just about beaches, palm trees and amusement parks, you haven’t been to the Sarasota area, the heart of southwest Florida’s Cultural Coast.

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The National Comedy Center: New York’s funniest attraction

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You may have known about the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Museum in Lucy’s hometown, Jamestown, New York, but did you know that Lucy’s birthplace is now also the site of the National Comedy Center?

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The Chautauqua Harbor Hotel, Celoron, New York

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The Chautauqua Harbor Hotel opened on the shores of Chautauqua Lake with a rustic wood and stone accented theme that fits right in with its natural setting.

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Forge & Vine, Groton, Massachusetts

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Forge & Vine opened in October 2018, adding a sizzling new dining destination to Groton’s fine dining scene. This signature restaurant of the inn was named for a former blacksmith shop and is in a new freestanding building adjacent to the inn.

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The Groton Inn, Groton, Massachusetts

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You might spot a horse drawn carriage awaiting a happy couple when you approach the Groton Inn. This newly rebuilt property has maintained its reputation as a popular choice for social and corporate events.

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Watkins Glen: Gateway to the Finger Lakes

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Watkins Glen is in New York’s Finger Lakes region, a year-round vacation destination known for outdoor recreation. 

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Clayton, New York, and the Thousand Islands

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Sightseeing excursions cruise the St. Lawrence River past the summer “castles” of the Thousand Islands.

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A Taste of the Finger Lakes and 1000 Islands: the flavors of autumn 

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New York’s Finger Lakes and Thousand Island areas offer some of the best color and flavors of autumn. 

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