Monthly Archives: July 2014

July 23 2014

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Food

Finding new ways to stay healthy can often be as clear cut as the option between choosing a salad in place of fried potatoes for your side dish. But what do you do when you have to choose between two healthy selections? Check out these superior foods that you should be eating in place of other less beneficial items. Taking Out Egg Yolks Did you … Read More

July 23 2014

What Will Weddings Be Like In 100 Years?

The wedding industry continues to evolve as quickly as the culture of the people celebrating the occasion. While a generation or two ago it was common to celebrate upcoming nuptials in backyards with home-cooked meals for a celebration, in recent years these trends have been replaced by people’s desires to throw lavish parties for a hundred guests or more at fancy halls or outdoor reception … Read More

July 21 2014

A Sweet Tour of North Conway, NH

Most known for its picturesque landscapes, fairytale vistas, and majestic mountaintops, North Conway, New Hampshire is the site for tourists looking either for peace or adventure. One of the town’s most well-kept secrets, however, hides not in the forest, but in the domain of local businesses. Wander about the streets and you’ll find that the town is also New Hampshire’s sweet-tooth paradise. Brace for a … Read More

July 21 2014

10 Essential NH Hiking Hacks and Tips

New Hampshire offers many hiking opportunities. In the White Mountain National Forest alone there are several mountains and trails that reach mountain peaks as high as 4,000 feet. The trail on Mount Eisenhower and Mount Pierce covers 7.4 miles and is the oldest maintained trail in the country. A bigger challenge comes on the 14.2 mile trail through the wilderness between Mount Garfield and Galehead … Read More

July 17 2014

Breakfasts Around the World

While most Americans would be delighted to wake up to a cup of coffee, a stack of pancakes and maybe some eggs and bacon for breakfast, others across the globe have their own ideas of the perfect morning meal. In England, for example they also enjoy starting the day with eggs and bacon, but rather than pancakes, the english opt for grilled tomatoes and sausages … Read More

July 17 2014

How to Recreate 36 World Cuisines with 3 Spices

When cooking, the importance of spices cannot be overstated. Furthermore, to adequately duplicate any cuisine from another culture, you first have to learn what spices and ingredients are used and learn how to utilize them. For example, to make a Caribbean dish, you will likely need coriander, scotch bonnet pepper and marjoram, while a Mexican dish will often feature chili, lime and tomato.  Therefore, learning … Read More

July 07 2014

Roar-O-Saurus – Story Land's Wooden Roller...

Now open for the 2014 season is Story Land’s Roar-O-Saurus, a 1,242 ft. wooden roller coaster that CNN named among the top 10 “most insane” new roller coasters in the United States. The much anticipated wooden coaster was constructed by The Gravity Group based out of Cincinnati, Ohio, a firm with years of experience building jaw dropping coasters for parks both large and small. The … Read More

July 07 2014

Why North Conway Is Perfect for Canadian Visitors

Thinking about where to stay on your next vacation, but hate the idea of traveling? The Stonehurst Manor in North Conway, New Hampshire, is your home close to home. Take the whole family and explore the wonders of the Mt. Washington Valley. You’re sure to find something everyone will love. Here’s just a sample of the amazing activities that await: Test Your Golfing Skills With … Read More

Gazebo Breakfast Area July 07 2014

The International Appeal of Stonehurst Manor

Tucked away in New England’s mythic White Mountains, the Stonehurst Manor in North Conway, New Hampshire offers a window into alpine majesty. As if stolen from a fairytale, the landscape captivates with its verdant forest foreground and magnificent mountain background. Marry the scenery with the luxury afforded by the manor itself, and a world-class vacation experience is born. One that is guaranteed to enchant all … Read More

July 04 2014

Best Vacations for Book Lovers

If your idea of a great way to unwind includes books, plan a vacation based on your love of reading. Instead of curling up on your couch after visiting the local library or bookstore, consider traveling to one of these vacation destinations for bibliophiles. The Library Hotel (New York) The Library Hotel on Madison Avenue near Grand Central Station is exactly what it sounds like. … Read More