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Article Published by: andrewharper As wineries have proliferated, so too have wonderful places to eat, creating a rewarding synergy between vintners and chefs. Here are 10 restaurants we recommend in wine country - Napa Valley, Sonoma County and Mendocino County. BOTTEGA I have fond memories of a Napa

Article Published by: andrewharper.com To many, New Orleans is synonymous with the French Quarter. Most first-time visitors stay in the Vieux Carré and never leave its confines, which is understandable. The Creole cottages, the intricate wrought-iron balustrades, the abundant lust for life — it’s a slice

Article Published by: andrewharper  Travel is now truly global. A few years ago, coverage in Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report of places like the Maldives seemed rather self-indulgent. Why would Americans fly halfway around the world for a white-sand beach and superior snorkeling? That was then. Today

Article Published by: andrewharper.com Villa La Coste in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade is the most talked about new hotel in France. And it’s absolutely spectacular. Built on a hillside overlooking a 600-acre Provençal estate owned by Irish businessman Patrick McKillen, the hotel’s 28 suites are housed within individual

Article Published by: andrewharper.com In England, almost every street corner once had a pub. In an age before television, they were the primary focal point of the community, a place where people drank beer and spirits, and the principal entertainment was conversation. But with the exponential

Article Published by: travelchannel.com Wherever you're heading, if you're traveling during the holiday season, you need to realize that everyone else in the world is, too. But don't let invasive security scanners, terrible drivers and long lines at the airports get you down. We're giving you