Work sucks, the boss sucks – DINE will fix that

Photo of woman writing - Trust yourself - Be the boss".From time to time, every working traveler has muttered that works sucks. When you’d rather be traveling, work really can suck.  And for those who are not the boss, it’s not uncommon that the boss sucks from time to time … Read more

Hot August?  Cool off with a DINE getaway

According to WBZ/CBS Boston, not only did the hottest month of the year just come to a close, but this past July was the hottest month of any year. Weather experts at WBZ  Boston explained that the city experienced  nearly … Read more

The one thing Mom really wants for Mother’s Day – B&B getaways

She’s the most important person in the world – to you and to your kids. Whether you’re her soul mate and she’s the mother of your children, or you’re lucky enough to be one of her kids, you want to … Read more

The Up side of Down time: Vacations are healthy

Vacations are healthy signSome say that the annual #PlanForVacation Day is one of those self-serving holidays created by the Travel Industry to promote sales.  Okay, we’ll there’s surely a little bit of that there, but for years, the U.S. Travel Association has been … Read more

Three great ways to master the art of travel to New England inns

Distinctive Inns of New England innkeepers show compassionNow that we’re in the heart of the summer travel season, we thought it might be worth taking a step back and exploring what travel expert and advocate, Christopher Elliot refers to as “the art of travel”. In his columnRead more

12 distinctive New England inns offer five reasons travel makes us happy

Romantic getaways at Distinctive Inns of New EnglandWith images of gun violence, nuclear threats, politicians with less than savory behavior and tweets, our news feeds are filled daily with negative messages.  Is it any wonder that finding happiness each day gets harder and harder? Yet, we at … Read more

Start planning your 2018 vacations on National Plan For Vacation Day – Jan 30

Americans universally say that their vacation days are important, yet more than half (54%) of U.S. employees leave time on the table, according to Project Time Off, a coalition dedicated to telling the story of the value of vacations. … Read more