Cocktail of the Month: The Maldivian Lady
If Aaron Spelling’s “Fantasy Island” was a real place, no doubt it would be in the Maldives, an exotic paradise consisting of over 1,000 atoll islands in the exquisite Indian Ocean.
Resort Travel: What to Expect
The morning buffet will likely be a relic of the past, as hotel managers have moved to serve breakfast in large ballrooms, either with to-go boxes or in-house dining six feet away from other tables.
Park Service: Cherry Blossoms to Peak March 27
The National Cherry Blossom Festival, which encompasses dozens of events, will kick off with an opening ceremony on Saturday, March 21, and continue through Easter Sunday, April 12.
Last Chance: Turner Watercolors in Mystic
Connecticut’s Mystic Seaport Museum is the only U.S. venue for “J.M.W. Turner: Watercolors from Tate.” The show’s last day is Sunday, Feb. 23.
Quebec City to New York on Queen Mary 2
My husband and I needed a recharge. Not for our computers, for ourselves. Our Rx? An eight-day Queen Mary 2 luxury ocean-liner voyage from Quebec City to New York. Pre-departure, […]
A London Theater Tour With Arena Stage
The tour offered six plays, two operas, three art galleries, a tour of Tate Modern, coffee with an art collector, lunch in the House of Lords, fish and chips at a gastropub and a trip to Shakespeare’s birthplace.
Alpharetta: Gateway to a New South
Alpharetta, Georgia — about 30 minutes outside what’s known as the Atlanta perimeter — used to be a rather dull corner of suburbia. Now, it’s brimming with vitality, primarily as a shopping destination.
The Delaware Beaches Beckon
This summer, take a two-and-a-half-hour road trip east for a Delaware beach getaway. The popular beach towns of Rehoboth, Bethany and Dewey offer something for everyone — families, couples and […]
Brunswick Islands: For Dreamers and Kindred Spirits
The Brunswick Islands near Wilmington, North Carolina, include Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach, Caswell Beach, Oak Island and Bald Head Island.
Greet Spring in Charlottesville During Historic Garden Week
The first day of spring arrives this week — Wednesday, March 20 — and perhaps none of our forefathers knew more about gardening and the joys of the season than […]