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Be Well Philly

The Ultimate Guide to Staying in Yurts and Cabins in Pennsylvania State Parks

With the warm weather upon us, you’ve probably been looking at your calendar, hoping to plan a getaway. I have a suggestion: Stay in one […]

Beach Plum Farm
Philadelphia Wedding

Book a Romantic Spring Getaway at This 62-Acre Working Farm in Cape May

If you’re like us, you’ve been spending more than a little bit of your time Googling socially distanced mini-moons, staycations, date ideas and safe (but […]

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Things to Do

Weekending in Charlottesville: A Quaint Downtown With Nearby Wineries, Cideries, and More

With plenty of posh options for lodgings, a pedestrian mall packed with shops and restaurants, and wineries, cideries and breweries down seemingly every winding country […]

visiting washington dc
Things to Do

Weekending in Washington, D.C.: Getting Outdoorsy in the Nation’s Capital

Last year, D.C. earned the number two slot in the Trust for Public Land’s ranking of park access in the 100 largest U.S. cities. That’s […]

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Things to Do

5 Totally Drivable Weekend Getaways From Philadelphia

Not quite ready to book that overseas escape? Ease your way into post-quarantine travel with one of these fresh-air-filled (and fully drivable) weekend getaways. Weekending […]

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Things to Do

Weekending on Tilghman Island: A Pet-Friendly Escape on the Water

Of all the quaint small towns dotting Maryland’s Eastern Shore, St. Michaels gets the most attention. Fewer folks know about Tilghman Island, its sleepier — […]

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Things to Do

Weekending in Baltimore: How to Eat Your Way Through the Charm City

Pre-pandemic, Baltimore was the most exciting up-and-coming food and drink destination on the Eastern Seaboard. Post-pandemic, the hot spots are still hot — though in […]

running getaways
Be Well Philly

The Best Philly-Area Running Getaways to Try If You Miss Traveling for Races

So you can’t take a trip to participate in a marathons, half-marathons — whatever, a 5K, any excuse to travel — in some far-flung corner […]

winter getaways
Things to Do

3 Newish Winter Getaways That Are All Within Driving Distance of Philly

Outdoorsmen should book a waterfall ice-hiking excursion with Fishtown-based wilderness adventure outfit Valley to Summit. The full-day outings in north-central PA’s Ricketts Glen State Park […]

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Things to Do

How to Spend a Weekend in and Around the Charming Town of Honesdale

The triangle of Honesdale (read more on Honesdale here), Hawley and Narrowsburg, New York, makes for a wonderful weekend getaway. When to Go Summer and […]

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Things to Do

Why You Should Make a Weekend Getaway of Connecticut’s Gold Coast

The Stepford Wives and Billions painted Connecticut’s Gold Coast as a sort of hedge-fund paradise, a place of insulated affluence, blue-blood suburbia and sailboats. Combine […]

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City Life

You Can Now Take International Flights Out of Philadelphia Again

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. International Flights Resume Out of Philadelphia (Hooray?) Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about: Would you […]

jersey shore in the fall
Things to Do

Your Guide to Fall Down the Shore

So it wasn’t exactly what we had planned, this summer. Even the Shore — our standby, our go-to — wasn’t a given. And frankly, even […]

cape may in the fall
Things to Do

Your Guide to Visiting Cape May in the Fall

This jewel of a Shore town — all postcard-perfect beaches, Victorian facades and adorable antiques shops — has a wild side the summer crowds miss: […]

seven mile island
Things to Do

Your Guide to Visiting Seven Mile Island in the Fall

The chichi sister towns of Avalon and Stone Harbor slow to a crawl in the off-season … which is exactly the point. Where to Stay […]