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  • Travel money tips: Keep your credit card secure while traveling

    Vacation. It's supposed to be a time to kick back and relax, but if you're traveling, there can be a lot of stress, from finding the best deal when making the hotel reservations to getting to and waiting at the airport and even checking into your hotel....
  • Williamsburg hotel and conference center to become Ramada Inn

    Williamsburg hotel and conference center to become Ramada Inn
    Keys Hospitality LLC leased the entire 250-room Lexington George Washington Inn & Conference Center in Williamsburg, completed upgrades and is rebranding the hotel to be a Ramada Inn, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced. The 160,734-square-foot...
  • Peru: Free night at Machu Picchu's cushy Belmond hotel

    Peru: Free night at Machu Picchu's cushy Belmond hotel
    Luxury brand Belmond offers a deal for summer travelers going to Peru: Stay three nights at one of its hotels and receive a free night at a sister site. That means you could visit Lima or Cuzco and then stay for free at the iconic Belmond Sanctuary...
  • Farmington's Cynthia Godfrey: Longtime Coach At Miss Porter's And Volunteer

    Farmington's Cynthia Godfrey: Longtime Coach At Miss Porter's And Volunteer
    FARMINGTON — Cynthia Burbank Godfrey, a longtime coach at Miss Porter's School, who helped create the Alison Gill Lodge shelter for young women, died on June 25. She was 76. Cynthia Godfrey was born in 1937 and grew up in Boston. Her husband...
  • Side Dish: Burnside produce plentiful at Hotel Bethlehem

    BURNSIDE PRODUCE AT HOTEL BETHLEHEM Michael Adams, executive chef at Hotel Bethlehem's 1741 on the Terrace restaurant, takes a hands-on approach to field-to-table fare. Each Thursday morning, he heads to the nearby Colonial gardens of Burnside Plantation...
  • I-Drive complex's website had borrowed images

    The developer of a futuristic mall, hotel and entertainment complex proposed for north International Drive has promised a project that will look unlike anything else in Orlando – a "22nd Century" design. But until recently, parts of it looked an...
  • Course Source: Dubsdread, Mauna Kea

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Dubsdread, Mauna Kea IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Dubsdread Golf Course in Orlando, Fla. THE LAYOUT: Even though the golden era of Dubsdread is long gone, this venerable course is still a...
  • Cruising California's Pacific Coast Highway on a classic summer road trip

    Cruising California's Pacific Coast Highway on a classic summer road trip
    When four twentysomething women are silent in a car, you know something is up. Or down. Or in this case, both, in the form of hundred-foot rocky cliffs that dropped off sharply to our left, plummeting to meet the aquamarine Pacific Ocean, and the scrub-...
  • Colorado's budding marijuana tourism

    Colorado's budding marijuana tourism
    Crested Butte, Colorado's wildflower capital, nestles in the Elk Mountain Range of west-central Colorado, where lupine, aster, mule's ear and a host of other dazzlers dot the fields. But currently the hottest tourist attraction is weed. The resort town,...
  • New Hyatt hotel to open in West Loop in February

    New Hyatt hotel to open in West Loop in February
    Hyatt The Loop Chicago is slated to open in February in a converted vintage office building at 100 W. Monroe, the project’s developer and the hotel operator said Monday. The 257-room hotel overlooking Chase Plaza will include a French restaurant...
  • Demand key to fate of gas pipeline

    Demand key to fate of gas pipeline
    Get ready Northampton County: Standing on the woman's front stoop was a contractor who calmly told her he needed to walk her wooded 8-acre property to survey it for a proposed natural gas pipeline project ... Bug farmers to set up shop in the Lehigh...