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Hotel El Capitan

Oh, what luck. My son, Matthew and I were traveling over 6000 miles through the U.S., in our land yacht (A converted RV, 1962 Greyhound Bus) Half way through the middle of nowhere in Texas we had an oil leak and were forced to stop. The sleepy little village of Van Horn looked like a place that time forgot....

WelcomArt at ITC Hotels in India and Refreshing Tea

This hotel intrigued me so much, I wanted to share their art as well as the delicious drink. WelcomArt at ITC Hotels Dedicated to nurturing India’s cultural heritage, ITC Hotels has a vast art collection at each property. Through its WelcomArt forum, the hotels’ Srishti Art Galleries feature the best of...

The Top 7 Places to Stay in Bangkok

By Jonathan Lis Bangkok is arguably one of the most popular capital cities in Asia, with tourists of many diverse backgrounds visiting the Thai capital every year to take in the beauty of the area and explore all the interesting travel destinations Bangkok has to offer. It should be no surprise then, that...

PROVINCE Extends Culinary Adventure through Latin America with Mojo Marinated Pork Belly

Downtown Phoenix has developed to offer some many exciting opportunities.  Six years ago, their were not a lot of choices. Now, we have so many. Two of the convention hotels, The Sheraton Downtown Phoenix and The Westin Phoenix Downtown have continual ongoing specials and events that draw visitors and...

Portland, Oregon With Limited Time

  Over two days, both of us, along with fellow journalist Michelle Winner, experienced a whirlwind tour of Portland, the state’s largest city. Portland has so much to offer that we couldn’t do justice to everything available, but we sampled enough for two exceptional days. Even though Michelle lives close...

Where in the World is Mandarin Boutique Hotel and Patatesli Bulgur Koftesi and Bakla Ezmesi Recipes

  We are happy to have this post directly from the Mandarin Boutique Hotel. Discretely tucked away amidst the wooded hillsides and flower-filled meadows of the rural hamlet of Faralya, Mandarin Boutique Hotel is not the kind of place that people stumble upon by accident, but somewhere that only those in the...

Classic Waldorf Salad, Frank & Albert’s Waldorf Salad and Wright’s Waldorf Salad

It has been my pleasure to stay and dine at the Arizona Biltmore several times. Each time has been memorable. I really enjoy the history that goes with the Waldorf   Salads that are being served now with crisp apples. Apple Season, Bite into a “Re-Invented” Waldorf Salad Apples are crisp and delicious at...

Where In The World Is Julian, California

. The quant little mountain village of Julian is a perfect get-away from LA or San Diego. I rarely want to leave the San Diego area, but it was hot there in September, and cooler in the mountains for the recent Julian music festival. . . Although the village is small, managed to walk over 5 miles on Sunday....

Job Opportunity, Search for Kierland’s Wave Master – Brave (the movie) Kierland Weekend – 10th Anniversary Special

This sounds like a great job for someone. The resort is wonderful. You don’t need to be an expert surfer to be our Wave Master! We are simply looking for someone with an enthusiasm for board sports, helping people have FUN and working with an exciting team to engage our Resort guests and promote Kierland...

Fort Lauderdale’s Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District Offers “The Atlantic’s Fin-Tastic Getaway” Package

I will be visiting The Atlantic and Riverwalk next week, before this super special package begins in May. I return  here every time I travel to the east coast of Florida for business and pleasure. This is a special value is during the secret Florida season for a family or couple get-away vacation. The...

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