- By CINDY ADAMS
- Last Updated: 11:55 PM, April 28, 2013
- Posted: 11:40 PM, April 28, 2013
Airlines are having it tough. Economy’s tough. You want to visit the Galapagos, the Outback, the Gobi, the Alps? Looking to freeze your tickets off in Siberia?
Save your baht. Stuff your drachmas. Shove your liras, pfennigs and moth-eaten euros. See America. Turn into history. Drive three hours to the Northeast’s land of great estates — Lenox, Mass.
Visit Blantyre. Nice little modest place in the gizzard of the Berkshires, Blantyre’s 230 acres. With, give or take a jereboam, 14,000 bottles of wine in underground caverns. If you can afford Petrus, the permanent staff dressed in tailored black, pours it. Want Almaden? Sip elsewhere. Read the rest of the article…