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Packed with three days of participant events, two world-class auctions, and more than 300 cars on display, the 2013 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance offered something for everyone. And this year it honored Sam Posey, whose legacy as a driver, racing commentator, artist, and architect is well deserved.
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|Pennsylvania's Bedford Springs Resort Offers $100 Resort Credit|
|Written by Brandy Schaffels via Bedford Springs Resort Pressroom|
|Friday, 11 July 2008 12:48|
Customize your vacation based on personal preferences this summer at Bedford Springs Resort, two hour's drive yet worlds away from Washington, D.C., in Pennsylvania's Allegheny Mountains. Stay at the standard room rate - starting at just $259 per person per night - for two or more nights and receive $100 in resort credit that can be used for just about any resort activity. It's your vacation; you decide where to spend it.
For several centuries a favorite vacation spot for the world's elite, including 11 U.S. Presidents, Bedford Springs was refreshed by a meticulous $120+ million restoration last summer and promises to rejuvenate you this season.
The resort credit may be used for:
Bedford Springs Resort re-opened in July 2007 following a $120-million restoration and expansion. Long heralded for its healing waters and restorative environs, Bedford Springs origins date back to 1796 when its seven original mineral springs lured guests for a healing cure. A classic "springs resort" with many of the original buildings and architectural elements still in place, the restored and expanded Bedford Springs Resort features the 30,000 square foot Springs Eternal Spa, five restaurants, meeting and banquet space, retail shops and a variety of recreational activities.