Food and Wine

Top 10 Reasons to Boat France’s Inland Waterways

You can explore the French countryside by car, by train, or by bike… how about being on a boat?! Our recent trip to the Burgundy Valley, during fall harvest ~ “vinification” (French code for wine making) a boat charter on the Yonne River and Canal du Nivernais proved to be a perfect way to truly see and savor this beautiful …

Best Sights & Bites in Boston

Boston is the stuff of legends, home of the most historic tea party ever, and The Hub of champions with the most winning sports teams in the Nation (Sox, Pats, Celtics, Bruins). Boston is a place of weathered monuments and wicked accents, a Freedom trail and a fantastic roster of food, art, entertainment and music. Boston’s got soul… Nicknamed Beantown, …

Top 10 Luxury Vacation Adventures

We at The Luxury Vacation Guide are always traveling, searching, exploring to find the most unique spectacular places on earth. We love adventure, discovering new cultures and travel destinations. We review the most popular and trending travel itineraries to steer you right. We critique world-renowned hotels and hot spots, and we unearth cool new islands, mountain retreats and resorts you’ve …

Provincetown- Top Things to See & Do in Ptown

Provincetown Mass, aka Ptown, is many things – remote, beautiful, artistic, historic, fun, flamboyant! You must experience this far out far end of Cape Cod to appreciate its diverse social scene and its natural beauty. This northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, a 2+hour drive, or 90-minute ferry  from Boston, is historic – site of the Mayflower’s original first landing in …

Top Things to Do at Big Sky Resort (besides skiing)

We love skiing Big Sky in Montana… its big, beautiful, with bountiful terrain, from steep and deep off Lone Peak, to blue-square boulevards of great grooming on Andesite and Moonlight, plus gorgeous glades. You could ski Big Sky for weeks and still be discovering great groomers, cool new tree runs, steep chutes of Headwaters on the Moonlight side, and stashes …

Top Things to Do In Savannah

If Charleston South Carolina is the most sophisticated southern City, then nearby Savannah Georgia is her fun younger sister. General James Oglethorpe docked his ship here in 1733 and declared this Georgia, America’s 13th colony, so there is plenty of history in Savannah too. But Savannah is a self-proclaimed party town on the Savannah River. The saying goes, in Charleston …