Pamela Lanier’s Twenty-Eighth Edition of The Complete Guide To Bed & Breakfast Inns and Guesthouses International arrived on my porch early one afternoon. Its soft-hued cover showcasing a fluffy feather bed, a small bedside table dressed by fine china, silver coffee server, and shining tray of pastries and berries — enhanced by the image of a warm, glowing candle — invited me instantly inside. Soon I began exploring the delights of more than 4,500 inns and guesthouses throughout the world.
Articles written by: Carol Oldham O'Hara
If you haven’t been to the Ozark Mountain village of Branson, Missouri, you’re in for a songfest when you do go. And if you haven’t experienced the white-capped waves of the Pacific Ocean from the shores of Newport Beach and Corona del Mar, on California’s southern coast, perhaps it’s time for you to behold them.
Savoring that Wonderful Southern Hospitality: From Charleston to Nashville, via Hilton Head Island and Savannah
My photographer husband Jim and I have the goal to visit at least a small part of each of our fabulous fifty United States, and we’re almost “there.” Thus, it took only a moment to say “yes” to a call inviting us to a military reunion in Charleston, South Carolina, to renew friendships from our Air Force days.
Travel is fun, fascinating, and fulfilling for all of us who enjoy adventure, exploring unusual environs, and gaining new understanding of people. With our globe shrinking because of jetliners speed; the comfort of ultra-modern ground transportation, and the added number of cruise liners — at least twelve coming into service in North America this year, opening new portals to us almost as quickly as we can blink an eye…