February 2011

The Omni Mount Washington Hotel, Bretton Woods, NH. By Everett Potter What’s better than a Valentine’s Day getaway to a ski resort? Waiting six weeks to go. You’ll save a bundle by going in late March, there will be more snow, and these four hotels under $200 a night in

By Steve Jermanok I first met David Bradbury a decade ago when he was playing a version of polo on mountain bikes in Burlington, Vermont. When I later had to write a story for The Boston Globe on hiking Vermont’s tallest peak, Mount Mansfield, I wisely chose David to take

Bobbie Leigh Go hungry. In fact, go very hungry if you really want to have more than a taste of  Eataly, the sprawling Italian food mecca at Fifth Avenue and 23rd street in New York City.   Just don’t call it a food mall. Owners Joe Bastianich, his mother Lidia Bastianich,

By Tom Passavant In the 1960s, when I was in high school, my father had a tiki bar in the basement of our suburban Ohio home. It had a thatched roof, bamboo sides, and bottles of rum with colorful labels. Little did I know that the parties he and my

By Everett Potter I’m not sure how you would define a good flight across the Atlantic, but I know what makes me happy. A spacious seat that converts into a lounger and, in due time, transforms itself with the push of a button into a lie-flat bed that’s six feet

In May 2003, the Saddleback Ski Area in Maine was down to one employee, general manager Tom McAllister. Forced to lay off his entire staff, McAllister announced that the family-friendly ski area in Rangeley would close down unless a buyer was found. In stepped Bill Berry, an avid skier who

Our three-night “Getaway for Two” at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Resort & Spa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico has just ended. But another great giveaway contest will begin soon on Everett Potter’s Travel Report, so come back to enter.