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  • Old Edwards Inn and Spa

    Old Edwards Inn and Spa

    On the National Register of Historic Places- Old Edwards Inn and Spa has emerged from a 3 year extensive renovation as the premier luxury destination spa resort in the North Carolina mountains. Old Edwards Inn and Spa is located in the smoky mountains in the charming mountain town of Highlands- North Carolina. Come escape to a haven with the finest contemporary luxury with a world-class European spa and the regions finest dining in Madison*s Restaurant and Wine Garden.

     

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  • Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club

    Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club

    The Renaissance Vinoy Resort & Golf Club is the only luxury hotel on the west coast of Florida that combines a private marina, 18-hole golf course and 12-court tennis complex. Boasting an ideal location on Tampa Bay and minutes from the excitement of St. Pete Beach, guests will never feel short on entertainment. A fine example of 1920s Mediterranean revival architecture, the Vinoy has earned a National Register of Historic Places designation.

     

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  • Gillette Castle State Park

    Gillette Castle State Park

    High on the hill overlooking the beautiful Connecticut River between Lyme and Haddam is the site of one of the most unique castles constructed as private residences in New England during the late 1880’s and early 1900’s. Gillette Castle was designed and built between 1914 and 1919 by William Gillette, an actor who gained fame and fortune for his early stage portrayals of Sherlock Holmes at the turn of the century.

     

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  • Historic Charelston South Carolina

    Historic Charelston South Carolina

    Charleston is the Capital City of West Virginia. Its name is derived from Charles Town, which was founded in 1670, and later relocated to Oyster Point on the banks of the Ashley River in 1680, where it was officially renamed Charleston in 1783.

     

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  • Historic Charelston South Carolina

    Historic Charelston South Carolina

    Charleston is the Capital City of West Virginia. Its name is derived from Charles Town, which was founded in 1670, and later relocated to Oyster Point on the banks of the Ashley River in 1680, where it was officially renamed Charleston in 1783.

     

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