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Christmastime Romance in Bucks County- It doesn’t get any better than this!

New Hope is romantic any time of year, but at the holidays, it’s amazing. Add some Christmas lights, champagne, amazing food and snow, and you’ve got yourself a magical stay!

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Peddler’s Village in Bucks County, PA is your great next getaway!

What fantastic local destination has delicious food, refined restaurants, exciting entertainment, comfortable and classy overnight lodging, and is full of history and elegant touches?

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Holiday Wine Festival at Crossing Vineyards and Winery in Bucks County

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania doesn't normally conjure up thoughts of freshly harvested grapes and award-winning wines, but a fairly new, family-owned winery in Bucks County is trying to change that impression. Crossing Vineyards and Winery is set on a 200-year-old estate, and named for the history of the town. Less than a mile from the winery is Washington Crossing Park and the place where George Washington crossed the Delaware in 1776.

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Slice of Suburbia: Doylestown

Doylestown is a borough in Bucks County, 27 miles north of Philly off 202. The borough is the county seat of Bucks County (http://doylestownborough.net/). This is a great place for a girl’s night out, family night or first date. There are so many places that give this town life. Doylestown is known for its architecture, boutiques, art, museums, the County Theater it's local authors, tons of small businesses and a traditional small town/high tech feel.

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Local Philadelphia Author Lawrence Kaplan Challenges History with House of Ghosts

On August 20, 1944, the Allied Forces – the United States in particular – dropped several bombs on the I.G. Farben chemical plant less than five miles away from Auschwitz. In House of Ghosts, Bucks County author Lawrence Kaplan imagines a different mission, a rogue mission, lead by an underground faction of Jewish-American dissidents, to destroy the concentration camp.

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Summer: Skin & Suits

After spending some time in the beach towns of Wildwood, Cape May and Avalon, I have come to the conclusion that I have seen far too much flesh, tattoos, really bad clothes and way too many plumber butts!

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