October 22, 2000
|Movenpick Resort and Spa
Starkness and dryness yield a beauty all their own at Movenpick, a stunning resort on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea. After rejuvenating in the sands and water, enjoy indoor luxury suitable for a Arab potentate.
The best of a cultured tradition blooms within the flower-bedecked walls of the Greenbrier. Get used to having your smallest comfort anticipated and exquisitely satisfied.
Refuge on the trail
Comfortable "huts" in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire give hikers a place to come in from the cold after a day outdoors.
Sampling Florida's B&Bs
Inns in St. Augustine, Ocala and St. Petersburg are three of an estimated 300 bed and breakfasts across the state.
One-stop shopping for state tourism sites
The number of people using the Internet for travel research and planning has grown from an estimated 3.1-million in 1996 to about 52.2-million in 1999, according to a recent study by the Tourism Industry Association of America.
From the poor to the privileged
Once a work farm for indigents in Multnomah County, Ore., Edgefield has become a place where people pay to stay -- a bed and breakfast resort.