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As we're moving closer to Labour Day there's clearly one thought on our minds the end of summer. So we want to make the most of those last summer days and warm nights.  

We here at Shopcade have prepared a small travel guide with the best cities to visit for a quick weekend getaway: 

Napa Valley 

For your ultimate wine tasting getaway book a room near a vineyard and fully indulge yourself in what the city has to offer:  olive groves, and the Mayacamas Mountains. 

Calistoga, California 

Looking for a romantic getaway with your significant other? How about a secluded ranch in the middle of California offering plenty of activities outdoors and impressive wooden interiors of a classically crafted lodge. 

Connecticut 

If you think that romance is dead then how about going to a place where Victorian romanticism and architecture thrive? Yes, we're talking about Connecticut and its offering of 19th century fairytails in the charming seaport village of Mystic, Connecticut. 

Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont 

For a truly romantic weekend of yesteryear aesthetic look no further than Vermont. There between the maple and pine trees of Barnard, lies a 18th century  farmhouse that once belonged to Nobel Prize-winning writer Sinclair Lewis. Literary getaway check! 

Tennesee

To experience the true farmhouse adventure head to the Great Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee. You'll be surprised to find amazing farms with a few sparse bucolic hill cottages and grand, multi-bedroom homes. Fill your days  with pursuits like horseback riding, fly-fishing, and canoeing and enjoy indulgent dinners at the hotel. 

Ready to pack your bags? Scroll below for the ultimate weekend getaway looks!


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[Most] women have long surpassed the embarrassment of being caught in public reading erotic novels such as Fifty Shades of Grey. But once you've skim read all three of E. L. James' Fifty Shades series and even cringed your way through Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian, what's next for your beach holiday reading list? 

In no particular order, here are a few suggestions on what to take in your hand luggage...

The Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon: If you're a time travel and/or historical romance fan and have always wondered whether Scottish guys REALLY wear underpants beneath their kilts, this one's for you. Plus, if you're the kind of person who needs a bit of visual stimulus to get the blood pumping, purchase the entire 1st and 2nd seasons of the live action TV series on iTunes for your iPad while you're away!

Lords of the Underworld Series #1 - The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter: The synopsis for this one tells you all you need to know... "Ashlyn Darrow has been tormented by voices from the past. To end the nightmare, she has come to Budapest, seeking help from men rumoured to have supernatural abilities, not knowing she'll be swept into the arms of Maddox, their most dangerous member."

The Siren by Tiffany Reisz: The female character goes by the name of Nora Sutherlin and she's a bestselling erotica author. The lead male is called Zachary Easton and he's a British editor who's also a total boss. Enough said. (WARNING: BDSM heavy)

I Am a Woman by Ann Bannon: The author has been hailed as the "Queen of Lesbian Pulp Fiction" and in this novel, Bannon writes about young Laura Landon who's fresh out of college and moves to New York's Greenwich village...

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