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Free Golf in Maine on May 3rd

Hey what are you doing next weekend? It's about time that you dusted off your golf clubs and headed out of some a crisp clear morning to play a round.  We have good news - it's opening day at the Bethel Inn Country Club in...

How To Plan A Perfect One Day Visit To Central Park

More than 800 acres large, Central Park is a massive outdoor public location that has become known globally as a pinnacle of New York tradition. Being so large and full of people, you can imagine how many attractions are located within the park itself. ...

Gas Pump
How To Save Gas On Your Next Vacation Getaway

Pain at the pump came early this year. Gas prices began rising in the winter, which marked an earlier start than in previous years, and are predicted to soar into record territory by summer. Travel plans will surely take a hit. So, what about that vacation...

Valentine’s Day Escapes to Intimate Bed and Breakfast Inns

Don’t look now but Cupid is making moves. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and he’s sharpening his arrows and stocking his quiver in playful preparation. He’s aiming to ratchet up the romance on couples of all kinds, from youthful sweethearts to long-time partners....

Christmas Scene
Affordable Family Friendly Christmas Vacation Rentals

Good news: there are ways to hang on to your hard-earned dough when planning a Christmas vacation for the whole family. Spacious vacation rentals offer up an affordable alternative to hotels, and kid-friendly cities are easy enough to enjoy on a shoestring. You just have...

Gore Mountain Gondola
A Vacation to Please City Slickers And Mountain Lovers

How can a family of outdoorsy mountain types and city slickers find a perfect vacation balance? How can both ends of the spectrum meet in holiday bliss? Don't throw in the towel in frustration! If you've never considered a ski vacation in New York...

White Mountains Cookie Tour
Holiday Inn-to-Inn Tours With Yummy Sweet Treats!

The holidays are (almost) here! It’s a time to indulge in the sweetness of the season, and what better way than on an inn to inn holiday tour. Merry revelers begin at one festively decorated inn and walk over the river and through the woods...

Fireside Inn
Cheap Ski Lodgings At Premier Ski Mountains in the USA

You don’t have to spend a fortune to have a fun skiing vacation. HostelBookers.com has lodges and hostels well located near some of the big USA ski runs. Some of our ski vacation lodges even have Jacuzzis, hot tubs and shared kitchens so you can...

Apple Crisp
A Hauntingly Good Fall Apple Crisp Recipe

The Captain Lindsey House Bed and Breakfast in Rockland, Maine is not only one of Maine's premier inn experiences, but it is so comfy that spirits from past generations just don't want to inhabit anyplace else. Recently a "spiritologist" reported that Captain Lindsey himself...

Arnold Black Bear Inn
Thanksgiving Dinner is Served at B&B Thanksgiving Getaways

Thanksgiving brings to mind days of planning a feast filled with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, pecan pie and other goodies followed by hours prepping and cooking (not to mention the cleanup) once the holiday arrives. This year, you can leave all that to the birds....

Fall Foliage Road
New Fall Foliage App For Leaf Peeping In New England

It's nearly prime-time for fall foliage leaf peeping in New England, and this year's display promises to be a stunner.  All the rainy days we've had to end the summer season will pay-off with brighter than usual leaf colors in October.  And if you are...

Boston Tea Party Martini
Three Cheers for the Boston Tea Party Martini

To kick-off the celebration of their new Boston restaurant (and with a nod to their neighbors The Tea Party Ship), Smith & Wollensky created the perfect signature cocktail for their new restaurant - The Boston Tea Party Martini....

Maine Windjammers
Discover a Love For The Sea on a Maine Windjammer Cruise

When did the urge to go to sail on a Tall Ship first tickle your imagination? Was it while watching Errol Flynn swashbuckle his way through tropical ports, reading Jim Hawkins' adventures on Treasure Island, humming Crosby, Still & Nash's Wooden Ships, or perhaps...