Travel:

Get Away Close to Home

Although I love traveling and visiting new places, I’m not really a fan of doing so during the summer months. Airfare is often much more expensive during July and August than at other times of year, and many places worth visiting are virtually bursting with tourists in the summer.  Now that my daughter, Madelaine, is… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost

Discovering Montreal

Just North of the U.S. Border Lies One of the World’s Most Magical Cities From the soaring Gothic Revival towers of the Notre-Dame Basilica to the cutting-edge infrastructure built for the 1967 World’s Fair and 1976 Summer Olympics, Montreal’s Old World charm and uniquely North American eye for innovation and progress combine to create a city… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost

Pathfinding: Summer Nature Camps in the Merrimack Valley and Beyond

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. ~ William Shakespeare There was a time when it was assumed that summer camps involved getting children in touch with nature. While cello camps and computer camps and tennis camps might be good options for some, most kids would benefit by adopting the pace of the great… Read More

Amanda Leahy

Travel Advisory: Del Sol

Help Puerto Rican Recovery by Planning an Elegant Getaway to San Juan. Along with the rest of Puerto Rico, San Juan’s infrastructure was damaged by Hurricane Maria, but don’t dismiss the city as a vacation destination. The tropical paradise is rich in history and culture, and still has much to offer visitors looking for a cosmopolitan… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost
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