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16 travel features tagged “Weekends”

Five extended weekends from Europe

Desert camps, US city breaks and the mysterious Caucasus are all within reach for a short holiday.
Read more… 06 February 2013


Quirky culture, north of NYC

Hudson, a former whaling town 125 miles north of Manhattan, has become an irresistible magnet for non-driving urbanites eager to leave the city behind.
Read more… 13 November 2012


A remote hook in New York’s harbour

Home to spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty and beautiful Civil War-era warehouses, the sleepy neighbourhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn, is unexpectedly village-like.
Read more… 23 October 2012


A Jeffersonian-style tour of Charlottesville

Recently named America’s brainiest city, the thriving academic culture that former US president Thomas Jefferson cultivated in his Virginia home still lives on today.
Read more… 12 October 2012


Visiting the Hamptons off season

Enjoy all the splendours of this wealthy playground without the crowds or the high prices.
Read more… 04 October 2012


Voices

Voices of Lake Placid, New York

In warm weather, this idyllic Adirondack Mountain town puts away its ski boots and slows down just enough to smell the freshly cut flowers.
03 August 2012


Following the vines to upstate New York

The Finger Lakes wine region has come a long way in the last 50 years, with wines worthy of worldwide interest, affordable upscale hotels and a burgeoning farm-to-table culinary scene.
Read more… 18 May 2012


The chilled out wineries of California’s Anderson Valley

An hour north of Napa and Sonoma is a picturesque and easygoing wine experience where they turned sheep farms into chardonnays.
Read more… 17 May 2012


Southern California’s Danish-themed side trip

At 100 years old, the colourful town of Solvang has thrived by attracting oenephiles, birders, bikers, book worms and foodies.
Read more… 25 November 2011


Dipping in Vermont's natural pools

For swimming in nature, New England's best waterfalls, rivers and the oldest marble quarry are all in the Green Mountain state.
28 July 2011


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