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Presidential Host Built By Quaker Twins

In 1869, Albert Smiley, a nature-loving Quaker schoolteacher, bought a property at a good price – 300 acres surrounding a lake and a tavern in a spectacular natural setting in the heart of a 26,000-acre area in the Shawangunk Mountains, New York. Soon to be built would be Mohonk Mountain House. Alfred and Albert Smiley,…

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Why Choose Boutique Hotels?

Boutique hotels represent the best of the hotel industry. They are luxurious, unique, and innovative and offer the highest standards of service and customer care. So what makes a boutique hotel different from a normal 5 star hotel? The main difference is usually the styling and branding of the hotel – its contemporary design, and…

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The Thrill of Solo Travel

People tell me that I’m brave to be traveling to foreign countries alone, but I disagree. Traveling with someone else–that’s what can strain the best of relationships. Admit it-you’ve always looked longingly at those who travel alone. Self-confident and self-contained, they’re the ones hanging out in the plazas, peacefully reading and nursing an espresso or…

The Islands Of The Bahamas announces updated travel and entry protocols
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What’s new in The Bahamas in June

Wanderlust no more. The Bahamas welcomes travelers to celebrate the arrival of summer with ease! Experience the islands – in real life – for an unforgettable vacation. New relaxed travel measures make The Bahamas easier to visit than ever. The fully vaccinated are not required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test before entry, submit…