Romantic Retreats

These Regional Properties Provide Couples the Ideal Settings for Relaxation, Rejuvenation and Reconnection
Written by Katie Riley
Historic Southern Hospitality Recently awarded the No. 2 spot for best city hotels in the U.S. by Travel & Leisure, The Georges hotel in Lexington, VA, combines big-city sophistication with comfortable Southern hospitality. The Georges takes its name from two Georges who famously impacted Lexington’s history: George Washington and George Marshall,

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Bucket List Journey

Adventurer Annette White is well-known for her travels around the world — here she shares her favorite outdoorsy things to do on Virginia’s Eastern Shore
Like most avid travelers, I love exploring undiscovered gems, and the 70-mile peninsula of the Eastern Shore of Virginia is surely one of them.
Settled in the 1600s, the Eastern Shore of Virginia has preserved its old-world charm and is filled with historical stories.

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There’s Nothing Quite Like Napa

Despite the pandemic, people are vacationing and doing so safely. Accent On Travel’s Annette Stellhorn offers luxury options to experience this fall

When I was asked initially to design and manage biking trips, I had two concerns: How far could anyone possibly ride a bike after a wine tasting, and was there a spa or shopping nearby for those who did not want to bike 25 miles (give or take) on any given day?

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Island Time

The Wylder Hotel offers a picture-postcard escape — without leaving the Eastern Shore
Written by Katie Riley
Lead photo by Bill Whaley
Inset Photos 1 & 3 by Jay Fleming
Crossing the Knapps Narrow Bridge onto Tilghman Island, a three-mile island in Talbot County on the Chesapeake Bay, one feels as though they’ve stepped back in time.

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