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10 Girlfriend Getaways You’ll Love

girlfriend adventurers!Our recipe for the perfect gal-pal getaway is simple. Begin with a beautiful venue and simply add in wine, a spa and as many BFF’s as you can round up. Reduce stress and let simmer ...

Ice Hotels

ICE HOTELSWhen it comes to where you rest your head, how adventurous are you? It takes more than 15,000 tons of snow and 5,000 tons of ice to build Canada's Ice Hotel (Quebec). The Swedish ICE HOTEL in Lapland ...

Bucket List Travel

China Town, San FranciscoWas your New Year's resolution to travel more? If you're like me, traveling more lives at the top of your resolution list. While some must-visit-places are on my list ...

100 Things to Do Before You Die

importance of a Bucket ListA few years ago, Dave Freeman, 47-year-old author of the travel guide, "100 Things to Do before You Die," passed away at his home in Venice, California ...

My Bucket List is Ever-Changing. Is yours?

Crater HikeCrater HikeHow many of us have a Bucket List growing stale in a lingerie drawer? Or worse, how many of us haven't even started one yet?

The Groveland Hotel at Yosemite National Park

Groveland Hotel, CaliforniaThe Groveland Hotel just outside of Yosemite National Park is famous for more than its gold-rush history and fabulous wine list. Lyle, the historic hotel's most famous guest, checked in almost 100 years ago - and never checked out.

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