|Caribbean on the Fly It’s not too late to make that dream vacation an affordable reality this winter. (Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, November 13, 2011)
|Best of New England (editor) Our top-to-bottom guide to the region’s premier offerings — from Maine lobster shacks to Connecticut antiques shops and everything in between. (New England Travel, 2011 Annual)
|Navigator Your compass for fun fetes, top shops, wild spots, spa bliss, and kid stuff. (New England Travel, 2011 Annual)Spas Luxe retreats offer warmth and pampering in the farthest corners of New England.
Nature From pristine beaches to secluded wilderness, New England has something for every lover of the great outdoors.
|52 Weekend Getaways New England has enough diversions to keep you busy all year long. Arm yourself with our guide and it will. (Boston Magazine, October 2010)
Lake Winnipesauke, NH: Fly the vintage skies
|The Top 25 Foliage Towns in New England Using hard data, opinion and lots of travel time we have (for the first time!) gone out on a limb. Here are the best foliage towns in New England. Each is worth a visit. (Yankee, September/October 2010)|
|The Fast Getaway Summer weekends should be as stress-free as they are stylish. To wit: Four seaside hot spots that are as chic as they are easy to get to. (Fashion Boston, June 2010)|
| The Best of New England The discerning guide to the area’s first-rate attractions. (New England Travel, 2010 Annual)Inns White clapboards, creaky floorboards – nothing says New England like these classic country getaways.
Spas New England is blessed with many a pampering palace. The best ones incorporate the latest techniques as well as local ingredients.
Museums Whether you’re visiting Boston, New Haven, or the farthest reaches of Vermont, the region offers a remarkable number of world-class cultural institutions.
Golf With varied landscapes and a heavy concentration of resorts, New England has some of the most beautiful courses in the world.
|The Most Scenic Drive of All Route 100 offers 200 miles of prime foliage viewing through the heart of Vermont. (Yankee Magazine, September/October 2009)|