Provincetown, Massachusetts claims to be the first known landing place of the Pilgrims back in 1620. Since that time it has become a romantic getaway destination for thousands. Located at the very tip of Cape Cod, the scenic views back to the curl that is the Cape are magnificent.

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The Rocky Mountains are one of nature’s most beautiful ranges. Stretching from Western Canada down through the United States, their snow-capped peaks are something to behold. Aspen has become a celebrity hangout in the middle of these mountains situated just two hundred miles southwest of Denver. Read the rest of this entry

America’s most famous wine region is the Napa Valley located
approximately fifty miles north of San Francisco. The proximity to one of California’s largest cities makes it an easy day trip out of San Fran. Once you reach the thirty-five mile long valley you’ll understand why this area is famous for its restaurants, hotels, spas and, of course, wineries. Read the rest of this entry

This famous slogan was first unleashed on the public in 1969 and helped increase tourism to the commonwealth state exponentially. Virginia, the home of the Jamestown Settlement (1607) and eight presidents of the United States, is a state jam packed with historic sites and beautiful beaches. Today I want to talk about a romantic getaway to Colonial Williamsburg. Read the rest of this entry

Niagara Falls is one of the most romantic North American destinations there is. The white man’s first view of the falls was in 1678 when Jesuit missionary, Louis Hennepin, was curious about the thundering roar he heard off in the distance. Niagara Falls is just as mesmerizing today as it was in the 17th century. Read the rest of this entry

There is so much to write about Quebec City I decided to break it up into two posts. Here is Part 2 of Romantic (And Historic) Quebec City.

Before we get started I just wanted to say that there are those of us who are die hard romantics whenever we have the opportunity to encounter the past. Read the rest of this entry

Today I’d like to introduce you to Québec City. Québec City is one of my most favorite cities in the whole wide world. It’s also an extremely romantic city. The old town was founded in 1608 by Samuel Champlain of France. Read the rest of this entry

Welcome to Stowe, a quaint little village located at the foot of Mount Mansfield in the Green Mountains of Vermont.  This 200 year old village takes pride in their legendary fall foliage, spectacular skiing, stunning summers and beautiful mountains. Imagine a day of skiing, downhill or on outstanding cross country trails, and returning back to your romantic bed and breakfast or luxury resort to sit by the fire and sip your favorite drink. Read the rest of this entry

Who has spent time in Connecticut without stopping by the incredible gaming and entertainment complex that is Mohegan Sun? Mohegan Sun located in Uncasville, Connecticut is the world’s second largest casino with 364,000 sq ft of gaming space. Enjoy a stay in the luxury hotel attached to Mohegan Sun.

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