San Antonio Rose

by Country Inns & Suites
Thursday, January 7, 2010

Texas’ oldest major city is as romantic as the 18th-century Spanish mission where the past comes alive in the lacy stone of Rosa’s Window—passionately carved, so the story goes, by a craftsman longing for his sweetheart in Spain.   By Melanie Young



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Rare Books In New York

by Country Inns & Suites
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

New York City isn’t just for theater fanatics, as it also serves as a book collector’s paradise.



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Two Floridas Rolled Into One

by Country Inns & Suites
Thursday, December 10, 2009

Facing each other across Tampa Bay, the cities of Tampa and St. Petersburg offer differing views on paella and palm trees, cigars and surrealism, and the cultural heritage of Florida.



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