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Getting Over the Winter Doldrums

To say it’s been a tough winter would be an understatement.

Despite the cold many people have been able to combat cabin fever, including travel contributor Elaine Labalme. She offers suggestions to help you overcome the winter blahs.

-First on her fab five is John J. Jeffries, "arguably the best restaurant in Pennsylvania" says Labalme

-The Chocolate Spa at the Hotel Hershey has a Chocolate Spa Sampler which includes lunch, a whipped cocoa bath, and a chocolate massage 

-Falling Water is an overnight trip worth taking in March

-Get over to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio before March 2nd, for the remaining days of the Rolling Stones exhibit.

-New York City is always a great get away excursion, do it big at the Waldorf Astoria.

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