Travel Advisory – Beautiful Bermuda

One of New Englanders’ favorite summer vacation destinations, the beautiful island of  Bermuda — a tropical paradise known for its history, gorgeous pink-sand beaches, delicious cuisine and friendly people — is just two hours from Boston by air. Though I’m typically not inclined to visit tropical islands when I go on vacation — I can get… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost

Home Beat – Timeshares

Timeshares are one of the more well-known and, perhaps, complex vacation options. Many of you have probably heard of timeshares, but the underlying components of the contracts and ownership are often misunderstood.  There are two basic types of ownership. Shared Deeded Ownership: This style of ownership is the more common of the two. Shared deeded ownership… Read More

Tyler McMillan

Living Madly – A Life on the Beach

The first time I visited the Provincetown area of Cape Cod, also known as the Outer Cape, was in 1990. I was 19 years old. It was the summer after my freshman year of college, June, before the tourist season was in full swing. The nighttime air still carried a chill.  I was with my… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost

Forest and Sea

Taking advantage of southern Maine’s popular beaches and hiking spots before the tourist season is in full swing makes for a relaxing and memorable getaway, without the crowds, long lines and sky-high prices. The region of southern Maine that includes the Yorks, Ogunquit and Wells is among New England’s most popular summer vacation destinations, and… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost
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