Viewing: Sandra Foyt

Get the Best Broadway Show Tickets For Less

If it’s been a while since you last purchased tickets to Broadway shows in New York City, prepare for sticker shock. Premium seats now go for well over $200, and the most highly prized seats can be much, much more–think an insanely high $850 for the best seats to Hamilton. There are a number of […] Read more

The Definitive St. Thomas Travel Guide

WHY GO: Like most Caribbean islands, St. Thomas has its fair share of breathtaking white-sand, clear-water beaches. What makes this United States Virgin Island unique is its long history as a major port. Because of its strategic position in the West Indies, St. Thomas has been described as “the place which is on the way […] Read more

The Ultimate List of Road Trip Tips to Survive any Disaster, Even a Zombie Apocalypse

Have you ever noticed how the worst mishaps seem to happen when you least expect them? The best time to prepare for the next road emergency is before you travel. Here are road trip tips and the ultimate roadside emergency kit to survive anything Mother Nature throws at you. Learn Before You Go Before you hit the […] Read more

Date Worthy Things To Do In Orlando Besides Theme Parks

Why Go: If you’ve ever wondered what Central Florida would be like without Disney World, Universal Studios, and glitzy International Drive, then look no further than the cities of Sanford and Winter Park. Known as the “Historic Waterfront Gateway City” because of access to Lake Monroe and St. Johns River, Sanford is gaining a reputation for its […] Read more

The Historical Romance of Quebec City

If ever a place looked like a movie set, it’s Quebec City in springtime. Pristine stone walls brightened by jewel-tone doors and kaleidoscope window boxes seem to have been plucked from a historical romance. Buildings don’t appear to have withstood a day in the elements, let alone hundreds of years. In reality, Quebec City was established in […] Read more

Love and Crepes In Mont Tremblant

When a Parisian vacation is not in the budget, consider a road trip to Quebec, Canada. Just a five-hour drive from Albany, NY along the Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87,) Mont-Tremblant is well-known for its challenging ski runs and European-style village. Less well-known is that year-round it’s an ideal destination for couples seeking the romance of France, and its […] Read more

Fall In Love On An Old Montreal Winter Getaway

When the mercury drops and other places close up shop for the winter, Old Montreal positively sparkles. Gas lights cast a warm glow on cobble-stone streets as thousands of little white lights twinkle on multistory garlands adorning shops, art galleries, posh hotels, and comfort-food restaurants. 17th century buildings lie juxtaposed against a backdrop of modern buildings […] Read more

Grafton VT: Ski Magic and Irreverent History

$5 dollars and a jug of rum was the price of naming rights when Grafton was renamed in 1791, the same year Vermont entered the Union. Samuel Spring was already selling spirits on the site where the Old Tavern now stands, but over time the enterprise added a hotel. A popular stopover on the Boston-to-Montreal and […] Read more

Quick Weekend Getaway In Atlanta GA For Curious First Timers

WHY GO: When Super Bowl LIII plays in Atlanta, Georgia it will be at the still shiny new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Next door, the third largest convention center in the United States, Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) anchors the downtown entertainment hub that’s only a 15-minute Lyft ride from one of the world’s busiest airports. Many […] Read more

Schoharie County: Haunting Getaway In Rural Central New York

  WHY GO: While some tourist destinations go all out at Halloween to add creepy decor to attractions, historic New York is the real deal. There are so many ghostly getaways in the Empire State, that the folks behind I Love New York put together a Haunted History Trail of New York State resource listing over […] Read more

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