Foodie Landmarks of the Massachusetts North Shore

From simple roadside clams-and-fries shacks to noted restaurants with impressive views of the ocean and menus to match, the Massachusetts North Shore is a foodie heaven where catch-of-the-day really means fresh-off-the-boat seafood.

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A Pioneering City of Art – Lille

Lille is a city of great art museums. Open in 1809, its world-famous Palais des Beaux-Arts, one of the first museums to be established in the aftermath of the French revolution, holds the second largest collection in France after the Louvre. In recent decades, the Lille urban area has upheld its pioneering history with the opening of two additional museums that are also fast becoming landmarks of the international art scene.

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The Gem of the Vermillion Coast – Collioure

The Côte Vermeille is the last stretch of French Mediterranean coastline before the Spanish border. It’s where the rugged, vineyard-covered foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains tumble into the sea. And where Collioure, a sun-drenched fishing village clustered around its massive medieval fortress rises from the sea.

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Carnival – Cologne’s Fifth Season

Köln to the Germanic world, Cologne to the rest of us, the ancient city on the Rhine and traces back its origins to the first century A.D. as the Roman Colonia. Carnival in Cologne is a tradition almost as old as the history of the city itself. Today it is one of the largest and most popular in Europe.

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A Vienna Winter Weekend

The seat of the Habsburg dynasty for over half a millennium and one of the fabled cultural capitals of Europe, today’s Vienna welcomes visitors to the twenty-first century version of the sumptuous romantic city of its imperial days.

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A Virginia Grande Dame Reborn

When Sir Bernard Ashley purchased Villa Crawford in 1991, the 80-year old once grand Italianate mansion at the eastern edge of Charlottesville, Virginia, his vision was to restore it into a world-class property where guests would feel at home in a private English country manor. And Keswick Hall was born.

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Josette King

Josette King

I was barely in my teens when travel became a driving force in my life. Now as a travel writer and photographer, I have visited over 45 countries in some of the most photogenic corners of the planet, taking tens of thousands of pictures along the way. With my work, I thrive to capture the natural and cultural uniqueness of each area I visit. Get to know me better…

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