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Travel USA: It’s Summer and Breckenridge is Calling!

Travel USA: It’s Summer and Breckenridge is Calling!

Travel USA: It’s Summer and Breckenridge is Calling! By Diane Leone An In-Depth Guide For Visiting Breckenridge, Colorado   “I learn something every time I go into the mountains.” Michael Kennedy “I moved here years ago, got tired of being an attorney and decided I wanted to spend the rest of my time living a […]

Travel Spain: The Best Modernista Buildings in Barcelona

Travel Spain: The Best Modernista Buildings in Barcelona

Travel Spain: The Best Modernista Buildings in Barcelona by Elizabeth von Pier Modernisme is an offshoot of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Names like Antoni Gaudi, Lluis Domenech i Montaner, and Josep Puig i Cadafalch dominate the field and, throughout the Catalan capital and beyond, […]

Travel Switzerland: Lugano City Swiss-iano

Travel Switzerland: Lugano City Swiss-iano

Travel Switzerland: Lugano City Swiss-iano   By Cami Courtright I had been travelling in northern Italy for a month, and crossed the border happy to reacquaint myself with the Swiss town of Lugano and its fresh mountain air. It is an attractive city with bi-cultural essence: Italian language, food and fashion mixed with the organization, tidiness […]

Travel Wisconsin: Aspira Spa at Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake

Travel Wisconsin: Aspira Spa at Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake

Travel Wisconsin: Aspira Spa at Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake By Hazel Freeman If you’re looking for a wellness getaway with a quaint, small-town vibe but with classic elegance and first-class amenities that make for a perfect escape, then the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin should be on your radar. The village of Elkhart […]

Travel Wisconsin: L’ecole de la Maison Cooking School

Travel Wisconsin: L’ecole de la Maison Cooking School

Travel Wisconsin: The L`ecole de la Maison Cooking School in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin By Hazel Freeman Does the thought of spending the day tucked away in a glistening, state-of-the-art kitchen preparing a half-dozen gourmet dishes under the tutelage of a professionally trained chef, and then sitting down to savor each, and every bite of the […]

Travel United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi The Second Time Around

Travel United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi The Second Time Around

Travel United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi The Second Time Around By Elizabeth von Pier I’ve already visited many of the main tourist destinations in Abu Dhabi—the Grand Mosque, the Emirates Palace Hotel, Etihad Towers, Heritage Village, Yas Island. This time I’m ready to dig a little deeper, see and do some of the things […]

Travel Italy: Venetian Winter

Travel Italy: Venetian Winter

Travel Italy: Venetian Winter By Cami Courtright I lost track of how many people asked me why in the world I was going to Venice in January. It was going to be so cold! And there were a few days I roamed the cobblestone alleys in chilly fog. But most afternoons it warmed up and […]

Travel India: A Night in Meghalaya

Travel India: A Night in Meghalaya

Travel India: A Night in Meghalaya By Medha Bhatt The Northeastern Indian state, Meghalaya in Sanskrit translates to the abode of clouds (“Megha”). Its world-famous towns Cherrapunji and Mawsynram receive maximum rainfall in the world, with most of it in the monsoon months of June to September. Cherrapunji, or Sohra, is the more well-known of […]

Travel USA: Planning a Florida Camping/RV Trip?

Travel USA: Planning a Florida Camping/RV Trip?

Travel USA: Planning a Florida Camping/RV Trip? By Dan Dudek Your thoughts drift to lying on a soft, sandy beach, tropical weather, warm breezes and a maybe a margarita. Understandable, the cold, wet weather has invaded many parts of the country and you want a break from the miserable conditions. You can pack your tent […]

Travel USA: Conquering the Grand Canyon

Travel USA: Conquering the Grand Canyon

By Kara Kinney “You’re doing what?!” and “You are crazy people” were phrases my husband and I heard as people learned of our backpacking trip at the Grand Canyon. Five months to prepare for a three-day journey to the bottom and back in the (possibility of a) wintery March. When the day finally arrived, I […]

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