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Michigan's Small Town Treasures: Kinde, a Place of Small Pleasures

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Aug 13, 2008 / 0 comments

Fresh Summer Italian Gourmet Pasta

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Aug 13, 2008 / 0 comments

CARLA looking for volunteer language experts

by Bert Maxwell /
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Aug 12, 2008 / 0 comments

CARLA notes: We need your expertise!

As some of you may know, the CARLA LCTL project maintains a webpage of VOLUNTEER experts -- kind and enthusiastic souls who are willing to answer email questions about their languages.

Archaeology in Pompeii and Naples with Context Travel's Federico Poole

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Aug 11, 2008 / 2 comments

Scotland's Open Doors Days in September

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Aug 09, 2008 / 0 comments

Heading to Scotland? Here's a great deal for you!

Art History and Architecture in Paris with Context Travel's Peter Miller

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Aug 08, 2008 / 1 comments

Imported Italian Food: Shrimp Pasta

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Aug 07, 2008 / 1 comments

From Porches to Guest Rooms, An Inn with a View: Blair Hill Inn

by Marti Mayne / Aug 07, 2008 / 0 comments

Blair Hill Inn offers haute cottage-style vacations, dining and million dollar views

Whatever Floats Your Boat – Floating and Nautical B&Bs

by Marti Mayne / Aug 05, 2008 / 0 comments

It’s summer time and what could be better than a trip to a B&B?  How about a stay on a floating B&B?  Imagine cool sea breezes and the gentle rocking of the sea inside a beautifully appointed Boat, Bed and Breakfast?  You’ll find floating B&Bs from Arizona to Amsterdam, many offering distinctive accommodations and even cocktails at sea! 

 

Boston Yacht haven

Venetian Art and Social history with Context Travel's Susan Steer

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Aug 04, 2008 / 0 comments

One of our very favorite organizations in the world of travel is Context Travel. We've interviewed them before, and I am always impressed by the scholarly tone that they bring to travel.

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