This Rooms to Explore feature focuses upon places to stay throughout the country and the world that become part of a visit to a destination. […]
Colonial Williamsburg a perfect place to relive pages from the past. Reenactments, tours led by factually based characters and many other interpretive programs combine to involve visitors in the interest, information and fun. This meticulously restored 17th-to-19th century historic area provides the Colonial and Revolutionary War-era setting in which chapters from our nation’s early years are dramatically revived.
The Zamek-Zabreh Hotel has a spa with a twist — the local brew is mixed with the warm waters that ooze from the earth. It provides a step back in time.
There is more to Cozumel that partying. Discover Mayan ruins and sleepy Caribbean beaches.
Some vacationers soak up sun on beaches with white, black and even green sand. Nearby, skiers speed down snow-covered slopes of a dormant volcano. Other […]
This Rooms to Explore feature focuses upon places to stay throughout the country and the world that becomes part of a visit to a destination. […]
“Leaf peepers” seeking to enjoy the annual Technicolor display have many more choices than a drive along a traffic-clogged road or a hike through the woods. They also can find surprising places around the country to take in the multihued spectacle, and imaginative ways of doing so.
In Gilroy, California, people line up to purchase watermelon, ice cream and chocolate, all of which are laced with fresh, pungent garlic. In an area of Wisconsin where pioneers and Native Americans once faced off, men and women vie to see who can throw a “cow chip” furthest. Underwater divers off Florida’s Looe Key are serenaded by sounds ranging from a song sung by the Beatles to the high-pitched call made by humpback whales.
A resort where visitors are immersed in, surrounded by and introduced a real feel for what Hawaii is all about without leaving the sprawling campus.
Viewing a high country landscape accentuated by a blanket of yellow, the poet William Wordsworth in 1804 described what he saw as “a host of […]