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Winter in Québec

The Québécois have a saying: “There’s no such thing as bad weather; There are only bad clothes” With this in mind, pack your best winter gear and embrace the magic white season in Canada’s Québec province. Here are some ideas: Take part in the Québec Winter Carnival and celebrate the season with slides, snow

The Best in Music at Québec’s Summer Festival

Québec City is a UNESCO World Heritage treasure located in Canada's Québec province. Its waterfront of fortified walls and the towering Château Frontenac are iconic symbols of the city. Visitors from around the world are drawn to its French allure and European charm. The Old Town’s narrow streets are teeming

The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach

Surrounded by 120 tropical acres, The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach stands as a living testimony to a bygone era of luxury and opulence. A high society mecca during the roaring twenties, The Breakers today is still a world-class resort, a trendy destination and the hub of Palm Beach society. A

Montréal – A City Of Art and Design

Designated as a UNESCO City of Design, Montréal is a city of cutting edge architecture and style, a city of arts and festivals, a city of diversity and cultural richness, an historic city that keeps reinventing itself. Montréal is a vibrant destination where the French and English worlds coexist and thrive,

Sail around Manhattan with the Classic Harbor Line

Discover New York City's harbor, skyline and monuments aboard Classic Harbor Line old-world-style yachts. Their newest yacht, the beautiful Manhattan II, is appointed with glass walls, gleaming teak decks and mahogany finishes. Classic Harbor Line features several sightseeing trips including romantic sunset cruises, architecture tours, brunch sailings, fireworks on 4th of

The Hermitage Club in Southern Vermont

When the ski gods smile and a carpet of white snow covers Vermont’s green mountains, thousands of skiers and snowboarders pack their gear and head to the slopes. On weekends, however, visitors find themselves spending time on long lift lines rather than the powdered trails. Entrepreneurs Jim and Donna Barnes had

Visiting California’s Monterey Peninsula

The Monterey Peninsula, located just a couple of hours drive South of San Francisco, is blessed with a dramatic coastline, sprawling beaches, rolling hills and woodlands. The Bay area is home to popular tourist attractions such as the charming city of Carmel by the Sea, historic Monterey, as well as

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