Key West, Florida is unlike any other city in the U.S. in terms of pure fun — and history and adventure and quirk and funk and music and, oh yes, roosters.
Granted Key West is fun and funky but the rest of the Florida Keys have much to offer as well. From flora and fauna to fishing, from beaches to a seven-mile-long bridge the “other” keys are a great place to relax, rejuvenate and explore a variety of attractions.
This luxury resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia offers outdoor adventure from archery to riding ATVs in a picturesque setting.
Virginia makes history come alive. Take a tour of the past in Patrick County by visiting a mill, a plantation, and listening to live music.
Traveling with a group tour company can offer numerous advantages, from planning and packing tips to expert guides and outstanding value.
The newly opened Planet Word Museum in Washington, D.C. focuses on fun ways that bring language to life, with interactive exhibits that teach, talk and train.
Mention New York and most picture a city, but there’s another side of New York, with rolling farmland and tiny towns in this Empire State Road Trip.
As part of an Empire State Road Trip, sponsored by the Harbor Hotels Collection, a stop in Chautauqua, New York delights with two comedy museums: The National Comedy Center and the Lucy and Desi Museum. City sightseeing rarely leaves you weak with laughter.
The tiny Caribbean island of Nevis is deceptively quiet, unassuming and mainly inhabited by animals. But there are so many fun things to do encapsulated by pub crawls, wild island tours and bountiful hiking options. And it has just re-opened to the traveling public after successfully avoiding much of the virus scourge.
While travel is restricted at this time, that doesn’t mean people can’t dream of places they would like to go. For me, they include destinations that exist, some that used to – and others that never will.
The Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY has been entertaining guests for over 150 years in laid-back elegance, sumptuous grounds and a vast array of activities, both indoors and out.
With fall foliage time upon us, you my be thinking of how to enjoy the annual Technicolor show this year. From horseback riding to hot air ballooning, dog sledding to river boat sailing the alternatives offer surprising, and often exciting, variety.