Golf and good food put this traveler’s mind at ease on a relaxing road trip.
For his first pandemic-era trip, wealth advisor Dan Ladner of Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, wanted a drivable destination where he could take a break with his family. Virtuoso advisor Amy Grigos arranged a week for them at Massachusetts’ Wequassett Resort and Golf Club.
This first trip during the pandemic felt like I was venturing into a new world. I needed a guide and a focus on enjoyment and fun with my family.
What do I wish I had known beforehand? That everything would be OK. I thought I wasn’t going to vacation at all during the pandemic. It all worked so well with the proper planning.
Amy got me the details about protocols and precautions in advance, so there were no surprises along the way. She also mapped out drive times, options for routes to Wequassett, and even stops along the way.
I had a tee time at the neighboring Cape Cod National Golf Club, we ate great food at Twenty-Eight Atlantic and Outer Bar & Grille, and our wonderful room was a highlight in itself, with a fire pit, harbor view, and cool breeze.
Our departure from Wequassett was later in the evening, and a last-minute s’mores fire pit delivery from room service really added joy to our leaving. It was the icing on the cake.
The greatest value of having Amy as a travel advisor is that she can help us navigate any challenges or preferences. I want to go to Greece next. I’m excited to take Amy up on planning it.
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