Best Places in Canada to Go Glamping

Best Places in Canada to Go Glamping

While airports across the world remain complete and utter chaos, it might be time to travel somewhere closer to home. Better yet, take a road trip 2020 style, but this time without the borders being closed. In the words of Kelso, it’s time to see Canada, a “great country with its spacious skies and fruity … Read more

The Mae House: Offering Residency for BIPOC Community Members | General Arts & Culture | Hudson Valley

The Mae House: Offering Residency for BIPOC Community Members |  General Arts & Culture |  Hudson Valley

click to enlarge Set on a beautiful property in the village of Athens, The Mae House is a quiet 173-year-old Colonial. The farmhouse was lovingly named for the current owner LaTonya Yvette’s grandmother (whose middle name was Mae) and for the month she closed on the house. Since purchasing the property a little … Read more

Five Palatial French Hotels For The Perfect Summer Getaway

Five Palatial French Hotels For The Perfect Summer Getaway

France is the largest country by area in Western Europe, and the third-largest on the continent. Hotel Barrière Le Fouquet’s Europe is equipped with a wide array of idyllic summer vacation destinations, but when it comes to achieving utmost relaxation, it’s tough to beat France. From the storied countryside of Brittany to the sprawling Mediterranean … Read more

Five Stunning Ecotourism-Focused Hotels On The Carolina Coast

Five Stunning Ecotourism-Focused Hotels On The Carolina Coast

Great blue herons are a common sight along the Carolina coast. getty While the twin states of North and South Carolina are equipped with bustling cities like Charleston, Charlotte, and Raleigh, one of the most admirable attributes of the entire region is its sprawling shoreline. From Daufuskie Island to the Outer Banks, there’s no shortage … Read more