Cape May is not only a classic beach resort lined with Victorian mansions, it’s become a center for local winemakers and gourmet dining.
A road trip down the New England coast offers plenty of opportunities to eat some delectable food. Travel writer Shelley Seale shares some of her top picks.
Mystic Connecticut offers charm and history in a beautiful seaside setting. The Inn at Mystic is the perfect location to stay in this New England town.
Portland Oregon, starting with a Segway tour downtown, then beer and wine tasting, then a trip up the coast to Yachats for fine food and staying at B&Bs.
A summer trip to St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick Canada was a joy–no crowds, the best seafood, biking along oceanside trails and the Algonquin Resort.
North Adams’s Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art “Mass MoCA” is expanding to reopen in 2017 as the world’s largest contemporary art museum.
Northern Minnesota is full of towns with a rich history of mining– Hibbing, Virginia, Chisholm, all part of the Mesabi Iron Range. A book excerpt.
Cycling through rural Colombia: Brad Hall provides tips and photos from a long bike trip he took through the Andes mountains in Colombia and Bogota.