Sunday Manifest: Crested Butte, Colorado

Nestled in the West Elk Range of the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by nearly two million acres of wild national forest, Crested Butte (or CB as the locals call it) is often billed as one of the last true Colorado ski towns—and for good reason. It’s a quiet, laid-back destination with no traffic lights, chain stores,…
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Sunday Manifest: St. Martin

The small but stunning island of St. Martin, set between the Atlantic Ocean and the blue green Caribbean Sea, is known for its soft-sand beaches, world-class resorts, and high-end shopping districts. It’s both sophisticated and serene, with just the right blend of spectacular natural beauty and cosmopolitan flair—perfect for a romantic getaway, family vacation, or…
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Sunday Manifest: Monterey, California

Set along California’s rugged central coast, the Monterey peninsula welcomes visitors year-round with incredible ocean views, mild weather, and plenty of West Coast charm. Here you’ll find cute seaside shops, world-class restaurants, chic hotels, and historic small towns—connected by the famed Pacific Coast Highway—all within a stunning landscape of forested clifftops, rolling hills, laid-back beaches,…
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Five Manifest Vacations Perfect for Road Trips

Sometimes there’s as much fun to be had in the journey as there is in the destination, and that’s especially true if you add a little road trippin’ to your vacation plans. We offer great vacation Experiences to incredible locations around the U.S., reachable by car, with sights to see and adventure to be had…
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Sunday Manifest: Manchester, Vermont

Set between the Taconic Mountains and Green Mountains of southern Vermont—easily accessible from both New York City and Boston—the town of Manchester is an ideal spot for a relaxing back-to-nature vacation, and an especially popular destination for golfers, leaf peepers, and fly-fishing enthusiasts. It’s one of the best small towns in a state that’s known…
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Sunday Manifest: Taos, New Mexico

“The month was September, and the fertile valley a beautiful sight, and inspiration for those who ply the brush for happiness.” These were the thoughts of American painter, Ernest L. Blumenschein upon first seeing Taos in 1898. After falling in love with the culture of the Taos Pueblo and the raw, natural landscape of the…
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