Climb its wild bluffs and Nantucket fills you with soothing breaths of sea swept air. Walk along its silent beaches on shifting sands and Nantucket offers you stability and balance. Explore its pristine salt marshes and island ponds and Nantucket gently wakes you to your deepest passions.
One of the world’s most captivating islands, Nantucket’s 300-year-old cobblestone streets and charming sea captain’s cottages form the backdrop of an enchanted world. Once a booming whaling port, Nantucket now moves at a gentler pace, the perfect counterbalance to all you’ve left behind.
Few know this magical island better than native John Harding of Nantucket Natural Oils. John took us on a personal tour that included a seal encounter cruise to Muskeget Island, a trip to Nantucket’s three historic lighthouses (Brant Point, Sankaty and Great Point), plus relaxation and sunsets on Madaket Beach (picnic basket and kite included). He left us at a charming B&B where we enjoyed his wild-crafted essential oils — a few drops of his aromatherapy blend in the bath gave pampering a whole new meaning.
Nantucket life embraces old-fashioned pleasures and special indulgences. It’s a true healing destination that inspires a cornucopia of wonderful self-care products for the MySpaShop community. Nantucket never disappoints … and neither will our shopping list.
The city's namesake, the first President of the United States, envisioned a great urban area arising on the Potomac river that would have the makings of an economic powerhouse. It's been a long haul, but D.C. can now claim its place among the world's great cities attracting the powerful and glamorous.
With its colorful historical legacy, dramatic mountain beauty, cultural offerings and charming town greens, a Journey to Vermont can satisfy in so many ways. Its mystique beckons visitors from near and far, and has become my personal retreat from the rigors of working in New York City, traveling the globe and exuberant participation in life!
|Vail opened its ski resort on December 15, 1962 with ticket prices of five dollars; one gondola, two chair lifts and nine skin runs. Now it is the largest ski resort in Northern America, but don’t visit Vail just in the winter; it is absolutely amazing during the summer with more choices of outdoors activities then during the winter|