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Exploring Arizona with a Red Rock Road Trip

Sedona characterDoesn't the endless sun of Arizona at 75 miles per hour in a convertible sound like a perfect daytrip? While visiting Phoenix, Arizona, I took a 400 mile, 9 hour road trip from Phoenix ... in a Ford Mustang Convertible!        

Canadian Travel Adventures

Canadian Travel AdventuresAll Canadians in favor of a vacation, say aye (eh! works too). Hands up if you have kids, not much money and have no idea where to go this summer. Okay, so that's just about everyone? No worries. GoGirlfriend has...

Removing the Mystique From a Wine Menu

wine cellars made for samplingWhat a great opportunity to explore some different regions of the world, new grape varieties, and alternative wine styles. Consider the taste style you prefer and begin your tasting adventure ... 

Finger Lakes, New York Wineries

Finger Lakes wine countryThe GoGirlfriend team took one of our "tank trips" to upstate New York's Finger Lakes Wine Region. We had no idea there would be so many wineries and micro-breweries to try ...

Understanding the World of Wines

perfect wine pairingsEver notice how beautifully wine goes with travel – sampling your way around the globe. Let's begin with some practical tips to make your wine loving experience as robust and fruitful as it can be ...

Explore Colorado’s Colorful Fall Getaways

Colorado's Vistas (via scenicusa)As the heat of the summer cools to fall, it’s time to plan a trip to Colorado to explore it’s rich colors of vibrant peak season of vibrant reds, browns and oranges. Edged by the Rockies, the treeline vistas

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  • On 5 Nudist Resorts that Will Blow Your Mind, John Ruze said "Hi Julia, There is a brand new, very popular nudist resort you should think about reporting on in your next article about naturism. It is the New Terra Cotta Clothing Optional Resort and Spa in sunny Palm Springs, California.. The original Terra Cotta Inn was a fantastic nude resort. Repeat guests from around the world stayed there. TCI was sold in Nov 2015 and greatly missed. Well, this July 2017, it was revived at a new location in Palm Springs. The site is HotelTerraCotta.com. Guests are super happy. It's perfect for couples and girlfriend getaways. And Tom and Mary Clare from the original Terra Cotta Inn work with us, so it has the same relaxing, fun feel. "
  • On The Best Naturist Resorts in Ontario, Dennis Wilson said "Love the freedom feeling going nude . 1st time ever was at freedom fields ranch near Tamworth On,Hector & Eyvon are super hosts ,hope to visit this summer but want to learn of more places to visit."
  • On An Open Letter to Hotels Everywhere, Lynn said "I agree on the night light thing. Since hotels have none, I end up keeping the bathroom light on all night with the door ajar. Windows. I understand in the litigious US of A, hotels need to prevent folks from throwing themselves out the windows (or else the hotel could be sued?!!). Ok, fine. But for those of us who dislike A/C and only use it when absolutely necessary, can't we still have the option for some FRESH AIR? There ARE ways to allow windows to open up only so much, while at the same time preventing an entire body from throwing itself out the window. Bedskirts. Am I the only one who gets the skeevies when I see hotel beds with bedskirts that hit the floor? I always had images of food crumbs, bugs, and god only knows what...as being hidden behind that bedskirt. I'd much rather a bedskirt that's at least 2" above the (usually carpetted) floor. Towels. Can't we get nicer towels that don't feel like cardboard? Carpetting. Am I the only one who never walks barefoot in a hotel room ...esp when there's carpet? Blech. I'm sure those things are very rarely cleaned. "
  • On How to Choose a Cruise Ship Cabin on Your Next Cruise, Tinu said "Thank you for this post! I was dragging my feet about going on a cruise. Now that I know there's such a thing as a balcony cabin, I can't wait to book a trip!"
  • On Travel Advice for Visiting a New Country, NJB said "Hi Stacy, great article! Just wanted to say, you can get an international SIM card that works in multiple countries and on cruise ships. They're not quite as cheap as a SIM card from the country you're visiting, but they're cheaper than a roaming plan on your domestic SIM and will save you a lot of time if you're visiting several countries. I got mine from Telestial, which also offers a range of cheap travel phones and other useful products (adapters, etc)."


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