Red Carpet Travel


There are plenty of ways to show Mom how much she means to you on her big day, which falls on May 10th this 2015—don’t forget!  But cards fade and flowers wilt, so for an extra memorable Mother’s Day, traveling with Mom is the way to go. Here are five travel ideas that Mom will love.

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Go Beyond a Box of Chocolate

Is your mom a chocoholic? Treat her to a Gourmet Chocolate Tasting Tour in San Franciso—a city as full of chocolate artisans as it is of artists.

For an all over chocolate experience, take Mom to Hershey, PA to The Spa at Hershey Hotel. Indulge her in the Chocolate Escape Package, where she can enjoy a whipped cocoa bath or chocolate sugar scrub. She can have herself pampered in chocolate, and eat it too.

Take a Cooking Class

Whether or not your Mom taught you everything you know in the kitchen, why not take a cooking class together to create a memory and recipe that you both will remember forever?

Sur la Table is offering a Mother’s Day Macarons class in locations all over the country. If you really want to share an authentic culinary experience with Mom, take a class in the culinary meccas of France or Italy to create her favorite cuisine.

Wine Tasting

If your mother is a fan of wine, take her to Napa or Sonoma Valley, CA and indulge in a day (or weekend) of wine tasting. She can kick off the summer season and taste Rose, Rieslings, and sparkling wines at the First Blush Tasting at the Meritage Resort  in Napa. Stay for the Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch on the Vineyard Terrace on Sunday.

Take in a Broadway Show with Mom

Spring is brimming with great shows on Broadway in New York City. Brisk Mom away and see Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss in The Heidi Chronicles, or one of NewYork.Com’s Mother’s Day picks.

Alternatively, catch a show in the great theatre city of Chicago, or entertainment capital Las Vegas.

Don’t Stop at Just a Bouquet

While a bouquet is nice, treat Mom to a stroll through gardens and gardens of new Spring blooms at the beautiful Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. Afterward, enjoy a Mother’s Day Brunch at the Vanderbilt Room or Deerpark restaurant, or an afternoon of tea and scones at the estate’s Library Lounge.

Which one do you like the best?

Written by Kallie Tenney

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