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Getaway to a Gateway City ~ Tel Aviv

Dan Panorama Tel AvivIf Tel Aviv isn’t on your radar as a destination you need to visit, think again. The city is buzzing. It’s vibrant and artsy. It also has great shopping and a growing culinary scene.  As a gateway city, it's an easy city to access and explore ...

Las Vegas Day Trip - Lake Mead and the Valley of Fire

an oasis in the desert near Las VegasIf you’re from the north, trees, grasses, lakes and rivers are in vibrant abundance. Not so much in the desertscape of the Mojave Desert – but the mesa’s, washes, canyons, valleys and sand - lots of sand and scrub - offer epic sightlines ...

A Solo Visit to St. Pete’s Sirata Beach Resort

St. Pete's Sirata Beach Resort overlooking the Gulf CoastSirata Beach Resort in St. Pete’s Beach, Florida, sits central along Florida's Gulf Coast. It turned out to be the ideal solo getaway for me being right on the gulf coast, with onsite resort dining and St. Petersburg’s cultural influence ... 

12 Washington, DC Highlights For An Impactful Experience

inspiration from President LincolnWashington, DC is easily the epicenter of the nation’s attention. Cultivated through it’s political, historic and educational opportunities, sight-seeing in Washington piques the imagination and inspires ...

Traveling with older parents

joy in family travelsWe’ve had the great pleasure to travel with my parents twice in the past year on adventures they probably would not have comfortably undertaken themselves. Some unique ...

Florida Beaches Guide - Jensen Beach

Jensen beach is relaxed and walkableJensen Beach has the wonderful benefit that it is not one of those uber-popular beaches crowded and lined with partying boisterousness. It’s a grand stretch of 20 miles of walkable sandy beachfront ... 

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