WARWICK HOTEL NEW YORK

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Warwick New York Hotel epitomises European-style elegance and is convenient for both business and vacation travellers to see New York City at its greatest.

Throughout the years, the Warwick New York has retained its revered name as one of the best New York City hotels and has always appealed to celebrities. The New York City choice of hotel for The Beatles, Cary Grant’s Manhattan home for 12 years and even ‘The King’, Elvis Presley, made Warwick New York his home when he visited New York.

Warwick New York Hotel features New York’s newest historic restaurant Murals on 54, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily; and Randolph’s Bar, a classic bar & lounge, serving light lunch and dinner daily.

Property Description

Property Location:

Welcome to Warwick New York Hotel, a palatial midtown Manhattan hotel, perfectly located close to Broadway and numerous New York City landmarks.

Services:

Marble bathrooms, WiFi, valet, complimentary cribs, same-day laundry service, special reservation offers & packages. Free Handy Mobile Phone for all our customers. Now get unlimited data, incoming and outgoing calls and destination information throughout your stay. Email us to pre-book any mobile phone from this list: Upcoming Mobiles 2017

If you don’t pre-book a mobile phone at least 48 hours prior to check-in, we may not be able to accommodate your specific device request.

Kid Programs:

Children under 12 years old stay for free with an accompanying adult; Roll-Away Beds available in select rooms ($30 charge per night); restaurant provides special children’s meals on request & provides high chairs for children’s comfort while dining.

Sports Facilities:

Fitness Center

Business Facilities:

24-hour fax, computer, copierArea Attractions:

Area Attractions:

The hotel stands across the street from New York’s newly revitalised Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and is within four blocks of New York City’s Broadway, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Fifth Avenue and the Rockefeller Center. Activities:

Activities:

Unwind with a cocktail or meal at Randolph’s Bar while watching the latest sports game. Designed to closely resemble a living room, with inviting sofas, armchairs and large windows, it’s the ideal spot to relax after a day around town.

Restrictions:

13 ADA-compliant rooms; Rooms with roll-in showers (available on request); Wheelchairs are available on request. Warwick New York Hotel is 100% smoke-free, providing a cleaner, healthier, and more comfortable environment for our guests. No pets.

THE VILLAGE AT BRECKENRIDGE RESORT

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The Village at Breckenridge Resort is a year-round resort nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains at the base of the Ten Mile Range. The Village is a ski-in/ski-out facility and serves as a base area for the Breckenridge Ski Area. The Arapaho National Forest is at the back door of the Village and the front door is on Main Street, Breckenridge.

In the heart of The Village is the Maggie Pond. Throughout the year, the Maggie Pond hosts a wide variety of activities including ice skating, paddle boating and outdoor concerts, the most popular being the Genuine Jazz in July Festival held every Summer. The Maggie Pond has been rated a gold medal trout stream by the Colorado Game and Wildlife Commission. This picturesque setting, from a multitude of lights on the Christmas trees, to the magnificent flowers in the Summer, provides a unique rendezvous for The Village.

When it comes to accommodations, The Village at Breckenridge Resort offers a wide variety of choices, with something to satisfy all tastes and vacation budgets. There are over 300 guest accommodations ranging from tastefully appointed hotel rooms to studios, deluxe studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums and deluxe chateaus and townhomes where large families or a group of friends can enjoy each other’s company with a room to spare. Situated on eleven acres of land, The Village at Breckenridge is a self-contained resort with eight restaurants, their own mall and plaza stores on property, plus ski and sports shops.

The Village is located 90 minutes west of Denver. This scenic drive takes you through the heart of Colorado and the Continental Divide via Interstate 70. The Interstate runs east and west and provides well maintained roads in the winter, as well as summer. The Village endorses Resort Express Transportation, assuring safe travel from Denver. The Village, as well as the local town trolley and Summit Stage, provides guests with free shuttle transportation to and from restaurants and shops in Breckenridge.

Conveniently located adjacent to The Village at Breckenridge Resort is the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center. This event amphitheater is the summer home of the National Festival of Music featuring the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Music Institute. The National Festival of Music runs mid-June through late August each year.

Out the front door of The Village is Main Street, Breckenridge. This is the oldest continually occupied community on Colorado’s Western Slope. The 134-year-old authentic Victorian mining town includes one of Colorado’s largest national Historic Districts, with 345 registered buildings. Breckenridge lets you experience 18th-century charm with modern comfort in a single setting.
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WINDSOR INN

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Originally built in 1913 as a six unit luxury apartment house, today the Windsor Inn is a hotel that exudes elegance and luxury with its 46 newly renovated rooms. Travelers seek out the Windsor Inn for its comfort, location, and value.

Windsor Inn guests can choose from a variety of our spotless single twin-bed rooms to larger two twins-bed rooms, single full-size beds or queen-bed rooms, as well as enchanting mini-suites or majestic suites which can accommodate up to 4 guests.

Selected rooms and suites come with sofa beds, mini refrigerator and a kitchenette for more comfort and luxury.

 

WACKY CAKE

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1-1/2 cups flour
1 cup sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp soda
3 tbsp cocoa
6 tbsp vegetable oil (not olive oil)
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup cold water
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Sift all dry ingredients into an ungreased 9×9 inch cake pan. Make a well in the center and pour the oil, vinegar, vanilla and cold water into it. The combination will start to bubble. Mix well with a fork until smooth. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Cool and frost with chocolate frosting.

CHOCOLATE FROSTING
3 tablespoons cocoa
1 cup powdered sugar
2 tablespoons soft butter
2 tablespoons hot coffee
Sift cocoa and sugar together into bowl. Add butter. Add hot coffee and beat until thick and smooth.

 

WAKE UP TO TABLE ROCK LAKE

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The blue waters of Table Rock Lake have become a playground for visitors from all over the nation. And Table Rock’s water activities are as varied as the beautiful Ozark Mountain terrain that embraces the lake.

With nearly 800 miles of shoreline, Table Rock’s many coves and lake arms make boating comfortable and especially enjoyable.

Commercial docks on the lake offer boats, motors, supplies and guides for hire, the Corps of Engineers has provided many public launching areas for private watercraft.

Nationally-known as a largemouth bass haven, Table Rock Lake features varied water depths, rock bluffs and undeveloped wooded shoreline.

Springtime brings anglers in pursuit of running white bass, while summer days and nights prove productive for largemouth and crappie. The fight of a channel cat can also be found.

Water sports such as skiing and swimming are very popular, as well as cruising the naturally beautiful shoreline. Water as smooth as glass best describes the ideal conditions found in the many sheltered coves.

The Corps of Engineers has also developed many public swimming areas complete with the amenities of a safe and relaxing visit to the lakefront.

The main arms of Table Rock Lake provide excellent sailing. Skin divers will find a crystal clear world of wonder, especially around the many rock bluffs.

Nearby towns offer a variety if attractions and other entertainment, sure to round out a memorable visit to the beautiful Table Rock Lake region. Specific information can be obtained by writing Chambers of Commerce. Also be sure and check for other articles in the Missouri & Arkansas section of the Family Travel Guide – especially relating to Branson.

Looking down through the valleys and hollows of the Ozark Mountains, Table Rock Lake reaches out for your attention with sparkling water as blue as the sky. A drive along the many roads and highways surroundings the lake will produce pictures and memories of unforgettably beautiful vistas.

Springtime features blossoming dogwoods laced with brilliant redbud trees. Summer follows with a lush covering of greenery over the mountainsides, autumn then brings foliage aflame with spectacular colors even the best artist can’t match.

CAMP RESERVATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
Over 1,200 campsites in 15 beautiful Corps of Engineers recreation areas can be reserved in advance for your convenience. Electricity, restrooms, showers, dump stations, boat launches, swimming areas and more are available to campers with tents, trailers and RVs. For a quiet and relaxing camping location (some directly adjacent to the lake) call or write:

Table Rock Resident Office
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
4600 State Highway 165, Suite A
Branson, Missouri 65616
(417) 334-4101 Ext 3021
(417) 334-4169 FAX

 

WATERMARK CRUISES

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Take a refreshing break. Let Watermark Cruises, provide you with a perspective of Annapolis you will never see from land. Be certain to review all the ships and cruises before even beginning to make up your mind. All board and return to the City Dock, located in the heart of historic downtown Annapolis. Choose a cruise just right for you, or try them all!

40 MINUTE NARRATED TOURS

ANNAPOLIS HARBOR & NAVAL ACADEMY
View historic Annapolis Harbor, the banks of the U.S. Naval Academy and the scenic Severn River and catch a glimpse of the Bay Bridges.

SPA CREEK TOUR
Tour the residential area of old Annapolis and cruise by the banks of the U.S. Naval Academy. Narration covers history from the 17th Century to the present.

90 MINUTE TOURS

SCENIC SEVERN RIVER CRUISE
A spectacular 6-mile cruise highlighting the history and heritage of the Annapolis Harbor, the Naval Academy and the communities along the river.

CHESAPEAKE BAY BRIDGES CRUISE
Enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the Chesapeake Bay Bridges that link Maryland’s Eastern & Western shores.

THOMAS POINT LIGHTHOUSE CRUISE
Travel the Severn River and Chesapeake Bay to this national historic lighthouse.

SAILBOAT RACE & COCKTAIL CRUISE
An Annapolis sailing tradition, the Annapolis Yacht Club Wednesday night sailboat races are a treat to see from the decks of our tour boat.

JIFFY WATER TAXI
Take the taxi to waterfront restaurants on Spa & Back Creeks. Operating continuously on Spa Creek; departs City Dock for Back Creek on the hour. Departs Back Creek for City Dock 20 minutes past the hour, if called before the hour. Other locations on demand.

DAY ON BAY, CURISE TO ST. MICHAELS
Take our famous “Day on the Bay” cruise to quaint St. Michael’s on the eastern shore of Maryland. After docking at the maritime museum pier, you will have the opportunity to spend three hours relaxing at the many shops, historic homes and the freshest seafood restaurants available. Our cruise includes complimentary coffee and donuts in the morning and admission to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michael’s.

CHESAPEAKE LIGHTHOUSE 3-DAY TOUR
Cruise the beautiful Chesapeake Bay on Rebecca and observe lighthouses that lit the way for a century of seafarers. On this multi-day tour, you will view 7 lighthouses starting with Sandy Point Light and ending at Thomas Point Lighthouse. The boat will stop at waterfront restaurants for lunch on the first and last day (on own). Overnight lodging is on Tilghman Island and Solomons Island.

A FEW OF THE TOURS REQUIRE RESERVATIONS, FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Chesapeake Marine Tours & Charters, Inc.
P.O. Box 3350
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
(410) 268-7600
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WATER FUN at WISCONSIN DELLS

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People were drawn to the south-central Wisconsin area of the Wisconsin Dells from the 1860s to enjoy the scenery and spectacular shorelines. The first tours were offered by DELLS BOAT CO. and were on river boats. From these roots, Wisconsin Dells has grown into a mecca of water-related activities.

Additional touring companies now include RIVERVIEW BOAT LINE and OLSON BOAT COMPANY, which offer scenic tours along the Wisconsin River. UPPER DELLS TOURS are 2-1/4 hour cruises which provide sightseers a picturesque view of the area. Boats make three shore landings during the tour, allowing visitors a closer view of famous rock formations such as Stand Rock and Witches Gulch.

A shorter alternative is the one hour LOWER DELLS TOURS. Singing guides transport visitors back in time through songs and stories which describe the area’s colorful past, as well as the famous sandstone cliffs which line the tour route.

HOLIDAY SHORES BOAT RENTAL & MARINA and POINT BLUFF RESORT offer visitors the opportunity to discover the natural beauty of the area at their leisure. Point Bluff Resort canoe trips feature secluded destinations ideal for eagle watching. Holiday Shores rents boats and canoes to explore the river.

During 1956, tourists flocking to the Dells spawned the migration of additional attractions including the ORIGINAL WISCONSIN DUCKS, historical amphibious World War II vehicles which carry passengers on a one hour journey through 8 miles of scenic wilderness trails along the Wisconsin River and Lake Delton.

1979 saw the introduction of the first waterpark at Wisconsin Dells. The thrilling and exciting waterparks beckon vacationers across the Midwest to escape from the hot summer months. NOAH’S ARK WATERPARK, RIVERVIEW PARK & WATERWORLD and FAMILY LAND all offer unique outdoor water entertainment.

“Black Thunder,” the newest addition to NOAH’S ARK WATERPARK was completed in 1995, further enlarging the nation’s largest waterpark. This double-occupancy, fully enclosed water slide carries riders through crashes of thunder and strobe lightening before storming multiple twists and turns and plunging riders into a cool swimming pool. More improvements and renovations are in the work for this year.

RIVERVIEW PARK & WATERWORLD caters to the young, offering four children’s activity pools and amusement rides. For an afternoon of fun, Riverview Park & Waterworld offers 30 different water activities as well as U’Drive’em cars. FAMILY LAND features an 85 foot plunge down “Demon’s Drop,” the world’s steepest water slide. “Blue Magnum,” a second of the many waterslides offered by Family Land, rockets adventurers through 2,000 feet of corkscrew turns and tunnels.

The success of the water-related activities proliferated the ever more water sports providers. Activities include fishing, swimming and dare-devil water sports. LAKE DELTON WATER SPORTS incorporates both excitement and scenic beauty by offering parasailing on Lake Delton. HOLIDAY SHORES BOAT RENTALS offers the fast paced excitement of wave runners and parasailing in the Wisconsin River.

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WIT’S END RANCH, CO

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Riding is our main focus with over 100 horses available during peak seasons. These mountain horses are owned by the Ranch. We offer a variety of rides over many wide areas. Horseback riding and trail rides go out over hundreds of miles of mountain and meadow trails. We offer beginning as well as advanced riding.


Rides of one hour to all day are available on both easy and challenging trails, as well as arena riding and lessons (private lessons are extra). On Saturday, our horses have the day off – no rides are available on Saturdays. Pack trips up to 7 days long are also available (extra cost).

From Memorial weekend through August guests are accommodated on a 7-day Royal American Plan, which includes all of your meals, fine dining, horseback riding or any of the ranch or ranch-owned activities. During other seasons, shorter stays and winter or appropriate seasonal activities are available.

KIDS! Also included in the high season American plan rates are:
Youngsters’ Overnight Cookout/Campout (Supervised)
Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool
Children’s Program (4 years and older) from 8am to 6pm.
Children’s Activity Center
Adult/children’s gymkhana

For Everybody! Great extras make for a great trip, like:
Spectacular Mountain View Breakfast Ride
Dinner Hayrides
Outdoor Campfire Cookout
Fishing and instruction on our Private Fishing Ponds
Tennis (2 courts)
Mountain Bike Riding
Hot Tubs (4 on the property)
Roping by our Wranglers and Participants, Arena Riding

Please consider, because we are a Dude & Guest Ranch, not a fine hotel, we don’t offer what hotels and resorts offer. We are in the country and we are out for having fun, riding horses, hiking, fishing, and relaxing, along with enjoying the history, and the small part of our Ranch has played in Western history. All of our cabins are at least 50 years old and have been fully restored with modern kitchens and baths. Some of the cabins date to 1930, 1910, 1870 and 1859. One cabin may be from the 1720 to 1760 era. Our area was originally explored by the Spanish about 1540, and was actively mined by them until the 18th and 19th centuries. There are legends of billion dollar caches of gold still hidden in our high country, from these old mines.

 

THE WHITE BARN INN

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One of the interesting features of East Coast vacation spots from New York northward is the number of historic farmhouses that have been restored and converted to lodgings. An example of this is the White Barn Inn which is situated between woodlands and the rugged shoreline of Maine.

The original hardwood floors of the Inn, built in 1840, are still in place, particularly in the lobby, which is also graced by 19th-century antiques. Color-coordinated fabrics and wall coverings have been used in the guest rooms as well as in the suites. Suites also have king-size, four-poster beds, working fireplaces, over-sized marble bathrooms, whirlpool baths, televisions, armoires, phones, period furnishings, fresh flowers, and a complimentary basket of fresh fruit. Among the amenities are twice-daily maid service and thick robes.

The restaurant is in a carefully restored three-story barn, with large picture windows at either end. Tables are set with Villeroy and Boch China, crystal stemware and fresh flowers. Guests dine by candlelight and are entertained by a pianist as they wait for their choices from the menu which promises to live up to the elegant surroundings. Dinner might begin with Foie Gras. The entree of choice is–what else–a steamed Maine Lobster on fresh fettucine, with carrots and ginger in a spicy honey sherry vinegar sauce. For dessert there is a rich chocolate mousse in a thin pastry crust with toasted hazelnuts and Frangelico whipped cream. There is a wine list as well as one of liqueurs, ports and cognacs.

Complimentary afternoon tea with fresh patisseries is served daily to hotel guests. Outdoor activities available are: riding one of the Inn’s bicycles along a stunning stretch of coast line, sailing, deep sea fishing, ocean swimming, whale watching, monastery tours, or a five-minute walk to the heart of Kennebunkport with its antique shops, theater and galleries.

The White Barn Inn was named one of the top “Inns of the Year” for 1993 by Country Inns Magazine and their restaurant was rated 5 diamonds by AAA.

P.O. Box 560C
Beach Street
Kennebunkport, Maine 04046
207-967-2321
207-967-1100

SERVICES & AMENITIES: Parking, Laundry, TV lounge, Fireplaces, Complimentary newspaper, Cable TV, suites have whirlpool baths, twice-daily maid service, Complimentary toiletries, Robes, Complimentary breakfast
RESTAURANT: White Barn Inn, 5:30-9:30pm, Jackets required
BAR: Piano Bar, 6:30pm-Midnight
BUSINESS FACILITIES: Message center, Secretarial service, Copiers, Audio-visual
CONFERENCE ROOMS: 2, capacity 40
SPORTS FACILITIES: Two 18-hole golf courses, sailing, riding, deep-sea fishing, whale watching, tennis, all minutes away
ATTRACTIONS: Boutiques, galleries, antique shops, trolley tours, local theater, woodland, ocean

THE WHITE BARN INN

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One of the interesting features of East Coast vacation spots from New York northward is the number of historic farm houses that have been restored and converted to lodgings. An example of this is the White Barn Inn which is situated between woodlands and the rugged shoreline of Maine.

The original hardwood floors of the Inn, built in 1840, are still in place, particularly in the lobby, which is also graced by 19th-century antiques. Color-coordinated fabrics and wall coverings have been used in the guest rooms as well as in the suites. Suites also have king-size, four-poster beds, working fireplaces, over-sized marble bathrooms, whirlpool baths, televisions, armoires, phones, period furnishings, fresh flowers, and a complimentary basket of fresh fruit. Among the amenities are twice-daily maid service and thick robes.

The restaurant is in a carefully restored three-story barn, with large picture windows at either end. Tables are set with Villeroy and Boch China, crystal stemware and fresh flowers. Guests dine by candle light and are entertained by a pianist as they wait for their choices from the menu which promises to live up to the elegant surroundings. Dinner might begin with Foie Gras. The entree of choice is–what else–a steamed Maine Lobster on fresh fettucine, with carrots and ginger in a spicy honey sherry vinegar sauce. For dessert there is a rich chocolate mousse in a thin pastry crust with toasted hazelnuts and Frangelico whipped cream. There is a wine list as well as one of liqueurs, ports and cognacs.

Complimentary afternoon tea with fresh patisseries is served daily to hotel guests. Outdoor activities available are: riding one of the Inn’s bicycles along a stunning stretch of coast line, sailing, deep sea fishing, ocean swimming, whale watching, monastery tours, or a five-minute walk to the heart of Kennebunkport with its antique shops, theater and galleries.

The White Barn Inn was named one of the top “Inns of the Year” for 1993 by Country Inns Magazine and their restaurant was rated 5 diamonds by AAA.

P.O. Box 560C
Beach Street
Kennebunkport, Maine 04046
207-967-2321
207-967-1100

SERVICES & AMENITIES: Parking, Laundry, TV lounge, Fireplaces, Complimentary newspaper, Cable TV, suites have whirlpool baths, twice-daily maid service, Complimentary toiletries, Robes, Complimentary breakfast
RESTAURANT: White Barn Inn, 5:30-9:30pm, Jackets required
BAR: Piano Bar, 6:30pm-Midnight
BUSINESS FACILITIES: Message center, Secretarial service, Copiers, Audio-visual
CONFERENCE ROOMS: 2, capacity 40
SPORTS FACILITIES: Two 18-hole golf courses, sailing, riding, deep-sea fishing, whale watching, tennis, all minutes away
ATTRACTIONS: Boutiques, galleries, antique shops, trolley tours, local theater, woodland, ocean