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  1. Conrad-Caldwell House (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Back to Our Origins: A Tour Through the Conrad-Caldwell House

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    In the heart of Old Louisville overlooking Central Park is the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, known as Louisville’s Castle. In the 1890’s, Theophile Conrad commissioned local architect Arthur Loomis of Clarke & Loomis to design this stone masterpiece. It is one of the finest examples of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in the world.  

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  2. Caldwell House

    Sip and Decorate: Hudson Valley Wine and Wreath Trail Leaves Inn Guests with Holiday Trinket

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    Are you up to the last weekend of the taste and decorate challenge? Each year the Shawangunk Wine Trail puts together its popular Fineries at the Wineries event where visitors get to taste wine and add a trinket to a holiday wreath. This year, the Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast, located within the picturesque region, has put together a ‘Sip and Decorate’ package, where they'll trim your wreath with its very first trinket, as you head off to sip and decorate your way to more than a dozen wineries along the Shawangunk Wine Trail.

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  3. Box House Hotel

    Snag a Great Deal for Labor Day Weekend

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    Believe it or not, it’s not too late to snag a great deal on a Labor Day Weekend getaway package. 

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  4. Hot Off The Press! - The Press Hotel: Portland, Maine

    Hot Off The Press! - The Press Hotel: Portland, Maine

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    Located on the corner of Exchange and Congress streets in the Old Port District is The Press Hotel. This structure was the former Press Herald Building founded in 1921 and they pay homage to the business of journalism starting with vintage typewriters in the lobby, typewriter keys in the elevator and a printing press theme throughout.

    This is a boutique style hotel with a total of 110 rooms that vary in size.

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  5. Two for the Price of One:  Charleston/Daniel Island South Carolina

    Two for the Price of One: Charleston/Daniel Island South Carolina

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    A wonderful place to visit any time of year is Charleston, South Carolina. History, architecture, great food, water elements and charm all come to mind when describing this area. Recently, I was made aware of a 4,000 acre island within the Charleston area that was formerly owned by the Guggenheim Foundation. The first residential property did not make an appearance here until 1996. Since then it has become a planned community with 8 parks, 25 miles of trails, 23 miles of rivers, golf courses, tennis clubs, shops and restaurants. Bingo, now you get two great areas for the price of one!

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  6. Berkeley Springs, West Virginia: The Country Inn

    Berkeley Springs, West Virginia: The Country Inn

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    Located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia lies the town of Berkeley Springs. According to the census of 2010, the population is 624, so why am I telling you to go there and what might George Washington have to do with it?

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  7. Chatham

    A Canadian Hidden Gem - Retro Suites Hotel: Chatham, Ontario

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    Here’s a great trivia question for you. What city is the Classic Car Capital of Canada? Give up? The answer is Chatham. Next question – what U.S. city is near Chatham? You guessed it – Detroit. So now I say, book a flight to Detroit, rent a car, drive 53 miles (don’t forget your passport) and book a room at the Retro Suites Hotel. 

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    Hamilton-Turner Inn: Savannah, Georgia

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    If you haven’t paid a visit to Savannah, I highly recommend you put it on your list this year. History, architecture and charm abound in this city and to really get the ambiance, I suggest you stay at the Hamilton-Turner Inn.

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  9. Inn of the Five Graces

    The Inn of the Five Graces: Santa Fe, New Mexico

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    If you want to stay at a very unique property with loads of atmosphere, the Inn of the Five Graces fills the bill. The five graces refer to the five graces of Tibetan philosophy – sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. The inn was formed from a group of abandoned adobe structures to create a very unique hotel.

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  10. Irish Acres Antiques (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Irish Acres Gallery of Antiques

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    Traveling to Irish Acres Gallery of Antiques from any direction takes you through the heart of the Kentucky horse country. The beautiful drive takes you past horse barn after horse barn that would be the envy of any human being. The stonewalls that line the narrow winding road remind you of a time gone by. We were meeting our extended family for lunch at “The Glitz” located in the gallery. We were off the beaten path in the small town of Nonesuch, Kentucky, 10 miles outside of Versailles. 

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    The Mansion at Ocean Edge Resort and Golf: Brewster, Massachusetts

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    Ah, summer time, and the living is easy! Well, if you’re on Cape Cod and staying at The Mansion at Ocean Edge that certainly appears to be true. The Cape is full of laid back activities that will remind Baby Boomers of vacations we took in our youth. Not many high rise hotels, water parks and fast food restaurants, just nature, family and fun.

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  12. Arts Hotel

    Arts Hotel: Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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    You have to love a place that incorporates history and art as part of their environment and The Arts Hotel does exactly that. Located in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this member of the Historic Hotels of America is in the oldest inland city in the United States.

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  13. Room in Paris

    A Room in Paris: Paris, France

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    No, this is not a typo, the accommodation I bring to your attention is actually called, “A Room in Paris” because that's what you get and it's in a private residence! The city itself is charming, so why not stay in a place that makes you feel like Paris is your home.

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  14. Gruene (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Gruene, Texas

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    When we found out the “best” Antique Mall and oldest continuously running Dance Hall in Texas were in a place called Gruene, we had to head out on patrol. We were on our way back from San Antonio visiting our niece and spent a great afternoon walking around exploring this unique small Texas town.

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  15. Bridgehampton | courtesy of sothebyshomes.com

    Hamptons Part 3

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    AUTUMN IN NEW YORK, may spell the thrill of First Nighting for we New Yorkers. But Autumn in New York is an outdoor person's dream.  Especially in the Hamptons, where the mixture of sea, sand, dunes, grass, fields and forests show a glorious display of  Fall colors.

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    The Glendalia Boutique Hotel and Culinary Studio: Cincinnati, Ohio

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    Have I got a surprise for you! Who says you have to go overseas to stay in a charming bed and breakfast that also gives you cooking classes? Don't get me wrong, going to Italy, France, Spain, etc. is amazing, but if you don't want to break the bank, go to Cincinnati! Yes, I said Cincinnati, as in Ohio.

     

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  17. Magaline's Antique Mall

    I-65 Antiques in Kentucky

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    Imagine you are the star of your own “American Pickers” or finding treasures for “Antiques Roadshow” or selling a Flea Market find to the guys on “Pawn Stars”? All of these shows are helped by Baby Boomers buying and selling the artifacts of our childhood. We love going on Patrol for rare and valuable items. We love to find a treasure a new home. Our road trips have shifted to slowing down and getting out of the car every hour or two. This change has gotten us off the interstates and into Antique Malls, Flea Markets, Antique Stores, Goodwill’s, and yard sales. Heading South on I-65 through Kentucky, here are five of our favorite spots. 

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    Great Places to Fall in Love on Valentine's Day

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    Valentine’s Day is a day of love… and now two bed and breakfasts in the Northeast want to give lovebirds a gentle nudge along the way with different perks. So, if you’re thinking about popping the question on Valentine’s Day (or in one case Valentine’s week), you’ll want to reserve a room at one of these B&Bs.

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