Perry Lane Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Savannah is a small-city family destination, with moss-draped, tree-shaded squares; Savannah Riverwalk; Forsyth Park, the District’s largest green space; numerous museums (Telfair, Savannah’s Children’s, History and Railroad Museums); galleries and all the artsy appeal of a college town. There are walking, Segway and bike tours, ghost walks, plus house and garden tours. And, the city […]

5 East-Coast Beaches Worth Visiting

Ready or not, it’s nearly beach season and the kids will be out of school before you know it.  Check out these top beaches along the East Coast for some summer inspiration. Long Beach Island, New Jersey The Jersey Shore is famous for a lot of things, but some of the lesser-known wonders, including Long […]

Savannah with the Family

Family journeys to theme parks and national parks are wonderful and can be filled with memories that will last a lifetime, but visits to towns and cities can be just as jam-packed and fun for members of the whole family. Savannah, Georgia, is located just south of the South Carolina–Georgia border, situated conveniently near the […]

Tag Along in Tbilisi

By Kristy Alpert Not long ago, a trip to the ancient city of Tbilisi began with explaining to friends and family it was in “the country, not the state” of Georgia. Today, friends and families flock together to this Eurasian destination to explore the city’s diverse landscape and vibrant culture. Wedged between Eastern Europe and […]

Gingerbread Holiday Hotel Displays

Looking for a special home away from home? It’s home sweet home with these hotel lobby gingerbread displays. Some lucky guests can even dine in one when booking a larger room. They’re open through Jan. 1, so, even if you can’t say overnight, it’s still worth a visit to check out. Great Wolf Lodges It’s […]

Small Screen, Big World

Whether they are documentary, reality or scripted, the best television shows not only introduce viewers to a new world, but also provide insights into various cultures, foods, art and literature. Past examples included the late Anthony Bourdain’s vibrant and thought provoking Parts Unknown, numerous informative travel programs on PBS (from the youthful appeal of Globe […]