March 2014

On my recent trip to the stunning new Streamsong golf resort in Florida, I left something in my room when I checked out – my golf clubs. And it wasn’t by mistake.   I had been invited by Ship Sticks, a two-year old company that specializes in shipping golf clubs to and from

Seastreak, the company that offers ferry service from New Bedford to Martha’s Vineyard, will bus clientele from Boston’s South Station to the ferry in New Bedford starting this April. This is wonderful news for people traveling into the Boston area who don’t want to rent a car, only to leave

By Shari Hartford It’s no secret that New Yorkers love to eat…and explore new restaurants. I recently discovered a fabulous find nestled on a well-traveled, lackluster corner in Soho. I’ve passed it dozens of times and never took notice. That will teach me a lesson! The building houses the International

  By Monique Burns It’s a gray day in West Flanders.  Cold and drizzly.   Not unusual for early spring in Belgium’s westernmost province.   The brooding weather seems particularly fitting for my visit to the Essex Farm military cemetery just outside Ypres, the Frenchified name for Flemish Ieper.  A once prosperous

Amidst the usual daily drill of takeoffs and landings and delays at New York’s crowded and perennially busy LaGuardia Airport, a quiet revolution in airport design and service has taken place. Delta and a company called OTG Management have not only rehabbed terminals C and D but they’ve essentially transformed

For my latest Liftopia blog, I was asked to divulge my favorite après-ski dining choices in New England. After a day of hitting the slopes, I’m not content with a beer and a hot tub. No, my body craves a good meal. I’ve made it a habit to find the finest places

  By Bobbie Leigh Why  in the world would anyone travel to the middle of nowhere  in freezing cold temperatures to listen to cowboy  music and poetry?  At least  7,000 people  from all over the U.S. and  Canada knew exactly why when they traveled to Elko, Nevada, last January.  The

By Shari Hartford Sometimes a hotel feels like, well, a hotel and sometimes it feels like home. Home it is for the Affinia 50, a jewel of a boutique property, centrally located in midtown Manhattan, just steps away from Grand Central Station. The Affinia 50 is appealing to both the