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Here are the top ten articles for the Luxury Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. City Luxury - Element New York Times Square West
A couple of blocks from Times Square we find a cordial atmosphere, a comfortable room and a lot of complimentary extras, including a hot breakfast and premium teas. We were, as they say, right in our Element.
2. Hospitality and Scenery in Norway’s Fjords
Between two of Norway’s most beautiful places – Nordfjord and Geirangerfjord - Raftevold’s Hotel sits on the shore of Europe’s deepest lake.
3. Exploring Fjords from Grodås by Bus, Boat and Bike
We’d chosen Grodås as a base on the advice of a Norwegian friend, because it was ideally located between two of Norway’s most beautiful fjords.
4. Christmas Farm Inn - Warm Welcome in New Hampshire
Without overdoing the Yuletide theme, Christmas Farm Inn keeps the holiday spirit year round, celebrating the simple joys of life each day. Spacious guest rooms and fine country dining welcome guests in all seasons.
5. Healthy Snacks for Frequent Flyers
Our recent travels have given me a chance to try out and sample several new products that make travel easier, healthier and tastier. Here are some of the travel snacks I like.
6. Little Luxuries on Canada’s Grand Manan Island
Charming inns, scones and cream at tea-time overlooking the sea, fresh-caught seafood, and stunning sunset views are all part of a New Brunswick island getaway.
7. Slope-side Luxury in Quebec’s Eastern Townships
Facing the ski trails of Bromont, near the Vermont border about an hour south of Montreal, Hotel Chateau-Bromont is perfectly located for a winter vacation, whether you ski or not.
8. Lavender Fields - Lovely, Luxurious and Canadian
We stood surrounded by lush rows of bright purple blossoms, enveloped in the fresh scent of lavender flowers that bloomed almost as far as we could see.
9. Hebridean Princess - Luxury in the Scottish Isles
With the Royal Yacht Britannia now retired, when Queen Elizabeth II wishes to sail around the north coast of her realm or throw a birthday party for the whole royal family, she chooses the five-star Hebridean Princess. After a week on board, we could easily understand why.
10. Chez Boulay Bistro Boreal in Québec
The concept of a restaurant using only ingredients native to or grown in its environment was irresistible. Talk about locavore!
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