Many people, when picking the perfect spot for a vacation, gravitate toward big cities. It’s easy to see why. There are plenty of things to see and places to go, but what if you want to relax and get away from it all during your time off? Country inns and B&Bs are great places to stay when you need a little R & R. They’re cozy, welcoming, and they help you unwind from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This list features some of the best country inns and B&Bs America has within its borders, each one with that special home-away-from-home feeling you might be looking for. Continue reading “Great Country Inns and B&Bs Across America” »
Whether you’re staying in the Clarence, NY area or just passing through, there’s plenty of options for a romantic date night with your significant other. Here are three of the most popular choices for those who want to enjoy incredible food and a cozy, intimate atmosphere.
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Get out your bib and tie up your hair: It’s time to pig out on some BBQ. Nashville is known for its southern cooking and that includes dishes piled high with barbecued meat, cornbread, baked beans and coleslaw. Nashville is the place to get the best BBQ. Here are some restaurants to sample on your Nashville vacation.
Lately, I’ve been craving an adventure that’s a little different from my typical vacation spot. Usually I seek out big city destinations where I can get my cultural and shopping fixes as well as the thrill of experiencing a new place. But now, with work and family stress mounting, a relaxing escape to a more natural setting is suddenly very appealing. Bright city lights have their allure, but I’m having one of those weeks where I just want to be able to see the stars.
When you dream of the perfect location for your wedding, what adjectives come to mind? Picturesque? Breathtakingly beautiful? Wide open spaces? If so, the Poconos Mountains in Pennsylvania are the perfect surroundings to bring your dream to life.
Winter always feels too long, and for a lot of people, Spring Break is the first opportunity to shed off the winter blues and head for warmer climates. The problem is, everyone always does the same thing. Beaches and the sun can be a great way to spend Spring Break, but for those that are looking to mix it up this year, there are plenty of great options out there:
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Trying new wines with your significant other is the perfect way to spend a romantic weekend in Wine Country. If you are bored by the idea of just driving from one winery to the next, check out the list below. If you want to experience authentic Wine Country in St. Helena, you can even stay in a Napa Valley bed and breakfast and get the full experience!
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The Windy City is a fantastic place, but even its own residents need to get away from the big-city bustle from time to time. Outside of Chicago and its vast suburban sprawl, colloquially known as “Chicagoland”, Illinois immediately opens into the deep forests and the endless vista of plains that characterize the midwest. Illinois has much to offer. A short road trip will lead weekend road warriors to an array of natural, historic, and tourist-friendly places. Continue reading “Illinois’ Best Weekend Getaways from Chicago” »
If you’re looking for a fun place to go this spring break, look no further than Seaside, Oregon. This charming area is located in the northern part of the state along the beautiful Pacific coast. It has remained one of Oregon’s most popular seaside destinations for decades. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or a fun-filled vacation this spring break, Seaside has it all.
Even though most Cape Cod lighthouses are only open in the warmer months for tours, just seeing a Cape Cod lighthouse is a travel must. Cape Cod is known for its nautical activities and beautiful Atlantic beaches. Lighthouses are an important part of Cape Cod history. If you love lighthouses, here are some of the best right in Cape Cod.