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The Prado

The Prado

June 8, 2017 No Comments When I was a university student living in Europe as part of a study abroad program, my favorite places to visit were museums. They offered me a kind of solace. They were where I would go to get away from everything: the heavy course load I was carrying, the harried traffic of the city, the ...

 

Los Angeles Spotlight: La Brea Tar Pits & Museum

Los Angeles Spotlight: La Brea Tar Pits & Museum

June 5, 2017 No Comments Picture, if you will, Los Angeles as it is today: a sprawling, populous city of about 4 million people. A world center of international business, media and trade. A city of economic and cultural extremes, from the glittering alternate worlds of celebrities, to the dense concrete jungles on the fringes of society, and to everything ...

 

Island Boy Adventures: Great Exuma, Bahamas

Island Boy Adventures: Great Exuma, Bahamas

May 23, 2017 No Comments The best way to explore the many cays in the Exumas is by boat, and Island Boy Adventures made the experience wonderful.   We chartered a private half-day tour so that we could visit the cays at our leisure. This was led by Jeffrey and  Quentin who were very friendly and knowledgeable. They made us ...

 

Grand Isle Resort & Spa: Great Exuma, Bahamas

Grand Isle Resort & Spa: Great Exuma, Bahamas

May 8, 2017 No Comments Nestled on a gently sloping hill overlooking the powdery-sand beach of Emerald Bay on Great Exuma, Grand Isle Resort & Spa captures all the magic of the Exumas in the Bahamas. This resort is truly in a class of its own. It offers the best, most family-friendly accommodations on the island. These aren’t your standard ...

 

WTF?? No, It Doesn’t Mean What You Think it Means…Welcome To Finland!!

WTF?? No, It Doesn’t Mean What You Think it Means…Welcome To Finland!!

May 4, 2017 No Comments   If you’ve been bitten (or at least nibbled on) by the travel bug, you’re probably already daydreaming about where you and your family would like to go on your next vacation. The idea of traveling to Europe sounds pretty chic to most Americans. But maybe it seems like London, Paris and Rome are a ...

 

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Hearst Castle

Hearst Castle

February 22, 2017 No Comments Hearst Castle was once a vacation home belonging to newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst. It sits high atop a hill in San Simeon, California, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.  Its location is certainly beautiful, and was aptly named “La Cuesta Encantada,” The Enchanted Hill, for the views are simply enchanting. It was first opened to the ...

 

Telluride, Colorado

Telluride, Colorado

January 16, 2017 No Comments John Muir once said, “The mountains are calling and I must go.” He was right. Who can resist the call of the great outdoors? Nature pulls at the soul, floods the senses, and rejoices the heart. Telluride, Colorado is such a place. The steep forested mountains of the Rocky Mountain high country do something to ...

 

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Skamania Lodge – A Wooded Sanctuary in Washington State

Skamania Lodge – A Wooded Sanctuary in Washington State

December 19, 2016 No Comments Nestled in a glade near the Columbia River Gorge in the beautiful state of Washington, Skamania Lodge makes for a lovely escape to the Pacific Northwest. While the Lodge itself is charming and handsomely appointed with luxurious guestrooms, spa, indoor pool, delicious dining and more, the lush wooded grounds are what captivated me most.   ...

 

The Passion of Pompeii

The Passion of Pompeii

November 30, 2016 No Comments Seldom have ancient ruins stirred one as do those of Pompeii. The catastrophic eruption that buried this seaside resort town in AD 79 preserved it with remarkable detail. So much so in fact, that it is this town which has provided much evidence of life in ancient Rome for historians to study. The region of Campania by ...

 

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Multnomah Falls, Oregon

Multnomah Falls, Oregon

October 5, 2016 No Comments Legend has it that a beautiful Multnomah princess gave her life to save her people by jumping off the high cliff overlooking the water of the Big River, now known as the Columbia River Gorge.   It was done in order to appease the Great Spirit’s anger by offering an innocent maiden in sacrifice. The ...

 

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