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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

Orient Hotel to open in Jerusalem

Isrotel, the largest luxury hotel chain in Israel, has announced the upcoming June opening of the Orient hotel in Jerusalem. The new hotel is located in the trendy German Colony neighborhood, once the home of the German Temple Society. The resort's complex incorporates two buildings from the 1880s and a new

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

Boca Raton Resort & Club in Sunny Florida

The cold season is here, and winter’s embrace is getting tighter. The idea of a sunny escape that was a “maybe” just a few short weeks ago is now a definite “must.” Nothing spells fast escape better than sunny Florida. And if resort living is your getaway of choice, the

Oceania Cruises Makes a new Homeport in Manhattan

Oceania Cruises is going to be the only upscale cruise line to homeport in New York City, with more than 20 planned voyages beginning in 2017. Sailing from Manhattan’s convenient West Side cruise terminal at 48th street, the intimate and luxurious Insignia will offer an array of round-trip and open-jaw

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

All Aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train

“All Aboard!” We step onto a vintage railway car, and are welcomed with a glass of sparkling wine and escorted to our table. The beautifully restored Pullman train pulls out of Napa Station and we are soon immersed in sprawling vistas of perfectly aligned vineyards laden with Merlot and Cabernet grapes. We

Wine Tasting at Napa’s Pine Ridge Vineyards

California’s Napa Valley is home to hundreds of wineries, large and small, each offering their own creative blends from the vast microclimates and soils of the region. During our recent visit we enjoyed a special 5 x 5 tour and tasting at the Pine Ridge Vineyards located in the Stags Leap