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ROAD TRIP
The Berkshires' Mass Appeal
On the grounds of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown
The fall foliage has always made Massachusetts's Berkshires region one of America's most beautiful driving destinations. But lately, the thriving art scene is drawing its own share of peeps. read more
Yoga on a dock at Spa Eastman
GIRLFRIEND GETAWAYS
Spas Made Simple
With more than 21,000 spas to choose from in the U.S. alone, just figuring out where to go can tie you up in knots. But don't sweat it: We've identified the top 10 (affordable) spas for every type of decompression. read more
This Just In
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Careful With Those Tourism Slogans!
The most successful tourism slogans of all time have been made in America, like "Virginia Is for Lovers" and Vegas's "What Happens Here, Stays Here." But we've also come up with some doozies, as have other countries. In Central America, there's a plague of poor English-language slogans (El Salvador's is "Impressive!"). Any tourism slogans you love—or love to hate? post a comment
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