Missouri: Tale of Two Rivers
Missouri will surprise you with a 225-mile-long bike trail, wonderful wine touring, the Lewis & Clark Trail, Mark Twain’s hometown, and affordable luxury in food and lodging.
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Williamsburg, Virginia
American Colonial history comes to life in Williamsburg. Allow ample time for the restoration area and its museums, but don’t forget about the great golf, shopping, and other activities. Read more...

Choosing the right inn

It's hard to make up rules about inns, because it's their individuality that makes them special. In general, we look for inns that are:

  1. Owner-operated: No one gives better advice about the area or can deal with problems quicker than a resident owner/innkeeper.
  2. Value: Whether you're paying $100 a night or $500, you want to feel like you're getting your money's worth.
  3. Distinctiveness: Unlike motel chains which advertise "no surprises" the best B&Bs are a delicious balance of the personal warmth of the innkeepers, the style and comfort of their inn, and the appeal of the setting itself.
  4. Appropriateness: If you want a romantic getaway, don't select an inn which caters to families; if it's a family vacation, make sure kids are welcomed with age-appropriate facilities and activities.
  5. Personal style: Call innkeepers and check out their Web sites to see if their style and yours are a good fit. If Victorian-style decor makes you twitch, look for a place that's clutter-free.







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