Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell to Gettysburg, the Pocono Mountains and the Dutch Country, Pennsylvania offers an endless
list of historical attractions. But with luxury hotels,
gourmet dining and some of the country's most vibrant
urban landscapes, PA is cool—not quaint.
TOP 10 BRUNCH HOTELS IN THE U.S. The Rittenhouse Hotel Situated in a gorgeous minimalist space, The Rittenhouse promises an adventure in dining that should not be missed. Try the raw bar specialties—smoked trout, peppered mackerel, American caviar, Windy Point oysters—paired with the restaurant's own Cuvée Lacroix.
72-HOUR VACATION Philadelphia While history has been its calling card since the First Continental Congress in 1774, Philadelphia isn't defined only by its past. This mid-sized city with a very small-town vibe possesses a dynamism that seems to take first-time visitors by surprise. Other 72-Hour Vacations
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BUSINESS TRAVEL GUIDE Pittsburgh Located at the confluence of three great rivers and a center
for finance, information technology, robotics, healthcare
and education, this breathtaking metropolis will excite
even the most blasé of travelers.
BEST YOGA RETREATS Himalayan Institute
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Pocono Mountains, this retreat is for real yogis. Whether you choose to stay for a weekend, a whole week, a month or for a long residential stay, you will encounter a serious approach to hatha yoga, Ayurveda, eastern philosophy and meditation.
WHERE TO STAY Hotel Fauchere A luxurious, historic gem in the eastern Poconos, this 16-room hotel satisfies that urge to retreat to a simpler time. Split Rock Resort Boasting 500 acres of outdoor recreation, this resort features accommodations ranging from suites and villas to cottages and lodges.