Silver Magnifico

by Country Inns & Suites
Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Mexican artist and patriot Frida Kahlo loved silver, as she loved all things indigenous to her country. She recognized it as the wealth of her land, and wore stone-encrusted necklaces and earrings made of the precious metal. Mexico leads the world in silver production, and every traveler who visits the country should consider it as [...]

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A Resort For All Seasons

by Country Inns & Suites
Thursday, January 14, 2010

Consistently ranked by readers of Ski Magazine  as the East’s No. 1 ski resort, Mont Tremblant is—at 2,871 feet—the tallest peak in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. You will find 95 trails catering to different ability levels, and an abundance of natural and man-made snow at the mountain’s ski area.   By Mark Caskie

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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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