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Westchester Magazine - May 2008 - SPRING LAKE INN
By Malerie Yolen Cohen - [a jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou] Retro Chic Spring Lake Inn Spring Lake, NJ (732) 449-2010 springlakeinn.com One hour forty-five minutes from White Plains A mile or so off of Exit 98 on the Garden State Parkway, there’s a time tunnel.... click here for more

Jacksonville Business Journal - FRENCH FOOD, FLORIDA FLAIR
By Dolly Penland - May 23, 2008 French cuisine with a decidedly Floridian flair. That's what awaits patrons at St. Augustine's newest restaurant, Bistro de Leon. "It will be definitely a French cuisine but with only local produce," said Chef Jean-Stephane Poinard, who owns the restaurant with his wife, Valerie. "I'm... click here for more

www.aboutnewjersey.com - by Betty Fleming - May 2008
Spring Lake - the Irish Riviera' - “Everyone is Irish in their heart” or so I have heard. Bearing this in mind, it didn’t take much effort on the part of this Polish princess to picture herself quite at home in Spring Lake, or as it is called, ‘The Irish... click here for more

Florida Times Union - May 23, 2008 - New Restaurant Opens Its Door...
Despite Shaky Economy! - Down the coast in St. Augustine is Bistro de Leon, a French cuisine restaurant in the shadow of the Bridge of Lions. It is owned by chef Jean-Stephane Poinard, who said he was drawn by the city's European style. Poinard is a fifth-generation chef whose family... click here for more

St. Augustine - A Ghostly Encounter - May 2008
By Christine Wynne The exploration of old inns, especially those with a history of haunting, has always fascinated me. I made the three-hour drive from Tampa to St. Augustine on a chilly morning in January. Visiting the “oldest” city in America was something I had wanted to do for some... click here for more

DIVA on the Run - by Wanda Mann - May 2008
A New York Diva Discovers New Jersey: My Glorious Getaway to Spring Lake: By Diva on the Run | Location: United States | 05/18/08 What’s a stressed out diva to do when she is desperate to escape the magical madness of the Big Apple but air travel is a hassle... click here for more

Palm Beach Post - InnTernational Dine Around
by Mary Thurwachter - May 11, 2008  The international flavor of St. Augustine, America's oldest city, revolves around a collection of restaurants that lure travelers each year. The city's heritage of global cuisine has inspired the Inns of Elegance to start an Inn-ternational Dine-Around package. "Savor the Flavors of St.... click here for more

May 4, 2008 - By MARY THURWACHTER You've got to admire St. Augustine, 443 years old and always finding ways to celebrate. This year, the Seven Inns of Elegance in St. Augustine invite visiting couples to take a romantic two-hour sail along the historic bayfront aboard the Schooner Freedom as... click here for more

10 Most Romantic Florida B&B's - PALM BEACH POST
by Mary Thurwachter - January 27, 2008 The 10 most romantic Florida B&Bs - Need a little pampering? These inns are just the ticket:You can get by this Valentine's Day with red roses and chocolates in a big, heart-shaped box. But if you really want to keep the flame of romance... click here for more

www.bargainomics.com - 50th Anniversary for $50
January 2008 - The St. Francis Inn in St. Augustine, FL dates back to around 1791 and is a lovely bed and breakfast with reasonable rates of $129 to $189 per night. However, during this year’s 50th year celebration, of their Secret Restaurant,  you can spend one night with them... click here for more

PRESS COMMENTS - January 2008
My stay in St. Augustine far exceeded my expectations. Between the comfort and beauty of the inn, to the entire itinerary, the trip was fantastic. Leigh put together a wonderful mix of activities and information. The itinerary was well thought out. The organization was second to none. I was well... click here for more

BUCKS COUNRY - Town and Country Living Magazine
Spring 2008- THE IRISH RIVIERA - Who needs the French Riviera when we have Spring Lake, that offers great hospitality, gourmet food, well-mannered dogs, scenic beauty, pristine beaches and a two-mile boardwalk?  - by Diana Cercone - Spring's a personal thing.  Shelley gave winter credit for its arrival.  Some say... click here for more

ST. AUGUSTINE RECORD - Conrad vanWyk - Everyday Life
Everyday Life - By CAROL ELLIOTT | Compass Correspondent | Posted: Friday, March 28, 2008; One of the many large monochromatic paintings in the vanWyk Gallery on Hypolita Street caught my eye. Sitting next to a man with his back to her, a woman appears to be taking a coffee... click here for more

Sweetheart of the Jersey Shore - Media Trip May, 2008
“SWEETHEART OF THE JERSEY SHORE” - May 6, 7, 8 - 2008.      The Historic Inns of Spring Lake and Leigh Cort invite you to….      Experience the History, Culture, Ecology, Dining and Lore of ‘The Irish Riviera’ Tuesday evening – May 6: 5:30p: Opening Welcome Reception at the Ocean... click here for more

TravelVideo.TV - Authors and Inns - Honored by Governor
"AUTHORS & INNS - A SPRING LAKE EVENT - HONORED BY GOVERNOR" - Annual Event Receives Coveted New Jersey Governor's Tourism Award - Apr 14, 08 | 11:49 am Spring Lake, NJ (April 2008) Spring Lake, the 'Sweetheart of the Jersey Shore' is celebrating a notable triumph! At the 2008... click here for more

About.com - April, 2008
About.com  "Architecture" by Jackie Craven. Spring Lake Inn is a rambling, shingle-sided Victorian with enormous energy needs. The inn has a grand parlor and dining room with 12-foot ceilings. On the two upper floors are 16 spacious guest rooms. Located steps from the beach in Spring... click here for more

PALM BEACH POST - A Mother's Day Special in Spring Lake
A Mother's Day special - by Mary Thurwachter - March 2008Spending the spring in New Jersey? The Spring Lake Inn (circa 1888), a block away from the ocean, has a two-night Mother's Day special you should know about. The Spring Lake Inn's 16 guest rooms and suites feature fireplaces, sleigh... click here for more

PAGE SIX - Sunday New York Post
March 16, 2008 TRAVEL - WHAT KIND OF SUMMERER ARE YOU?  Your buddies rented a house in Belmar, but for something quieter, there's the oceanfront Breakers Hotel in Spring Lake.  732-449-7700. ... click here for more

Romance, Recreation and Ghosts - Anniston Star - March 1, 2008
Romance, recreation and ghosts: Visiting St. Augustine's B&Bs - By Mary Eloise H. Leake In Elliott Ness' days, when Prohibition was the law, Mrs. Bradshaw — with a rumrunner male friend — tossed riotous fun-filled parties in St. Augustine, Fla. Yet the clever widow generously offered Ness lodging in her... click here for more

Anniston Star - March 2008 - Fresh Look at Oldest City
Fresh look at oldest city: The old is always new again in St. Augustine - By Mary Eloise H. Leake Like many other inns in the area, Casa de la Paz Bed & Breakfast in St. Augustine, Fla., has its own ghost story. Snag a ride on the Red Train... click here for more

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