Hotel of the week
The Bradford Camps
Munsungan Lake, Maine
The North Maine Woods will always be a place where moose roam and the fish run deep, said Brian Irwin in The Boston Globe. My father and I recently enjoyed a stay at the Bradford Camps—a lodge and eight century-old cabins that sit on a “salmon-thronged” lake. Each day, a guide drove or flew us out to ponds or rivers where the water roiled with emerald brook trout. Back at the camp, we sipped scotch and played cribbage by a crackling fire. “Hearty meals, warm beds, and rustic but comfortable cabins made the experience worth repeating for years to come.”
bradfordcamps.com; from $199 a person
Last-minute travel deals
NYC & Co. is offering two-for-one tickets to 24 Broadway shows Sept. 3–16, including Frozen, Anastasia, and Wicked. For example, tickets to Come From Away start at $50.50 per person for mezzanine seats and $74.50 for orchestra seats.
Juicy cruise credits
Enjoy up to $2,000 in credit on any of 130 voyages with the Azamara Club Cruises. One example: A cruise from Venice to Athens departing next June starts at $3,748 for a cabin and includes $500 in shore excursion credits. Book by Aug. 31.
Extra time in Turks and Caicos
Through October, fifth nights are free at the Amanyara resort on Providenciales Island. Daily rates include continental breakfast, a two-course lunch, and a three-course dinner. Before the discount, rooms in September start at $1,450 a night.