When we got into Macon, GA we found lodgings at the lovely 1842 Inn www.the1842inn.com. I knew this Inn was at LL auction, but we did not want to spend 3 nights there since we were anxious to get to Sarasota, Florida, but we did want to stay at a nice, historic Inn to soak up the athmosphere of the South.
The 1842 Inn was no disappointment. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1842 Inn is located in a charming residential district. With an athmosphere straight out
In the Adirondacks great camps and cozy cabins dot a vast wilderness of magnificent mountains and lakes. Historic inns offer legendary hospitality and dining amid rustic elegance.
Even though the Adirondacks are almost in our backyard, in late September, we took a 5-Day break and let the Adirondacks, with its lush forests, sparkling lakes and majestic mountain peaks provide the magnificent backdrop for some culinary adventure.
Before we began our tour, we
Meson Sacristia De Capuchinas: "Taste of Old Mexico"We totally enjoyed our six night LuxuryLink vacation and cooking class package at Meson Sacristia de Capuchinas.
in Puebla, Mexico http://mexicoboutiquehotels.com/capuchinas/ Beware, this is not a package for those seeking indulgent luxury at a 5 Star beach side resort! There are no beaches...no oceans.no tall glass and steel tourist infested chain hotelsjust a lovely old Spanish Colonial Mexican city situated in a beautiful
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CapitalSaratoga, where dancers twirl and horses run and a patchwork-quilt landscapes surround historic cities rich in cultural treasures and sure bets of great lodging and dining.
Albany, the Capital-Saratoga region is my backyard. If you have a few days or a long weekend, here are some fun suggestions for a short break in the Capita-Saratoga region with a long tradition of history, hats, health and fast horses.
Albany, with its captivating skyline that reflects
After biking from Inn-to-Inn in Germany and Austria, my husband and I were ready for a new adventure. We wanted to do some sea kayaking on the coast of Maine for a few days, preferably kayaking from Inn-to-Inn, but was there such a thing? I didnt mind doing some of the hard work (the paddling), but I also wanted hot showers and a warm bed at night. I didnt want to do all of it (the cooking, etc.)
Finding help in arranging such a trip wasnt easy. Water Walker Sea Kayaks, (207-338-6424), www.touringkayaks.com,
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