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Here’s the funny thing about weekend getaways from New York. Most city dwellers tend to flock to the same, predictable places: like the Hamptons, North Fork, and Hudson Valley. But the last thing I want to do, when escaping the city, is bump into people I know. (It’s called escaping for a reason.) With that in mind, below are eight destinations (listed in alphabetical order), ranging from rural to urban – because cities also need our support, now more than ever...

Robert Frost arrived in Vermont 100 years ago and stayed, in various locations, until he died in 1963. He bought an old stone farmhouse in South Shaftsbury just north of Bennington in 1920, and he wrote “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening” there one summer morning in 1922. He had stayed up all night writing another poem, “New Hampshire,” and when he slipped outside as day broke, “Stopping by Woods” came to him, he said, “like an hallucination....

Vero Beach is somewhat off the tourism radar. (Those in the know may like to keep it so.) Vero attracts travelers with its golf courses, beaches and a luxury vibe, coupled with an Old Florida feel. Spend a few days at the Vero Beach Hotel & Spa, and its understated elegance and sense of community will begin to lull you in more deeply....

At Kimpton Taconic Hotel, reopened as of Friday, June 5, heartfelt human connections are at the center of everything we do. We know when you stay with us, you‘re looking for an incredible travel experience as well as peace of mind. We’ve enhanced our health and cleaning protocols to make sure that our hotel, restaurant, and bar continue to be safe, welcoming spaces for everyone....