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TODAY Show Video: Labor Day Travel Deals

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Still looking to get away this weekend? You don’t have to spend a...

The History of Bulgari

What started as a tiny shop in Rome is now a top Italian export, with hotels and jewels that continue to dazzle. The Jewelry: Authentic...

Guess Where? Mystery Building

Wandering around Europe a few years ago, I happened upon this turquoise building with what may be the world's most imaginative gutter system. Can you...

The Rebirth of Dresden

Heavily damaged during World War II, Germany's loveliest city will soon look as good as new—some might even say better. Michael Z. Wise reports on...

Most Overhyped Hotel Trends

Soap butlers, underwater sound systems, and pet spas are just a few of today’s over-the-top hotel enticements.

World's Coolest Hotel Bathrooms

From Paris to Utah, these are the coolest bathrooms from around the globe.

Maine Sleepaway Camp for Wannabe Furniture Makers

Thos. Moser, the furniture-making firm, many of whose handmade pieces have achieved American icon status, runs a Customer-in-Residence program that could make the perfect Father’s...

World's Strangest Spas

De-stress in a brewery, a prison, even underwater—the world's strangest spas are in the last places you'd look.

World's Sexiest Hotel Showers

Design-forward hotel showers—with tech savvy touches or incredible views—that make a room worth booking.

World's Strangest Toys

Wow kids of any age with toys like robotic pets, plush viruses, and an inflatable Titanic slide.
HOTELS

Hotel Pemaquid

Housed in a converted 19th-century farmhouse, this Victorian-style hotel is only a two-minute walk from the pine-shaded beach and iconic lighthouse of Pemaquid Point. Past the wraparound porch... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Sea Basket

Fresh lobster rolls, fried scallops, and haddock chowder are just a few of the locally renowned specialties at this casual roadside restaurant, situated along U.S. Route One in Midcoast Maine.... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Hardy Boat Cruises

Hardy Boat Cruises’ fleet consists of just one boat, the 60-foot-long Hardy III, which serves as both a ferry (running between New Harbor and Monhegan Island) and as a sightseeing cruise boat.... more ›


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