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  • The Thunderbird Inn: The Hippest Hotel in Savannah

    I’ve rekindled my love affair with Savannah! Going to grad school at Georgia Southern University, I spent many a night on River Street or in the historic City Market. It was a blast – thanks to a...

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  • You Can’t Get Any Greener than the Lovely Saranac Lake Inn

    Saranac Lake, nestled in the Adirondack Mountains in far upstate New York, started drawing people in the late 19th century. Interestingly enough, this town is known as a “healing” town as many visitors were looking for more...

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  • Naturopathic Travel Tips for Summer

    Summer is here and we are looking forward to our long awaited vacations. From international travel to a road trip to see Grandma, none of us wants to have a trip ruined by stress, sickness, injury or...

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  • Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn and Spa: A Dream Come True

    Abbington Green B&B Inn and Spa literally is a dream come true on so many different levels. As a guest, it’s a dream to stay there and trust me, you’ll never want to leave. For owners Nick...

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  • The Historically Hip Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale

    Just thirty minutes from downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale is a small desert city known for its spas, outdoor trails, shopping, nightlife, and more than 200 golf courses. Farther north, trails wind through McDowell Sonoran Preserve, a desertscape of...

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  • Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara Combines Historic Beauty with Contemporary Sophistication

    ‘The American Riviera’ of the west coast also known as Santa Barbara is the perfect spot for a beach and adventure filled vacation. From wineries, to botanical gardens, art museums, and outdoor sports Santa Barbara has something...

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  • Eco-Travel: Can We Really ‘Green’ Travel?

    It seems everywhere you look these days the terms ‘Green’ and ‘Eco-Friendly’ are thrown around so loosely it’s hard to determine what, if any, positive environmental impact we can make on the things we do every day....

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  • Is Your Soul Calling for Adventure?

    Since the dawn of humanity, it seems we have had an intrinsic desire to explore that transcends necessity and survival. We, at our core, long to see what lies beyond the next mountain range or seek a...

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  • A Food Lover’s Dream in Trastevere

    Trastevere…one of my most favorite places in Rome…from romantic winding alleyways and cobblestone streets to magestic churches and splendid piazzas, there are wonders to look at with every turn. By night it’s a happening destination full of...

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  • Secrets to Eating Healthy on the Road

    It’s a common story: You wake up before dawn, rush to the airport and arrive with only a few minutes to spare before boarding. Glancing around, you realize many breakfast options aren’t available. You think to yourself,...

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  • Elegant Country Lodging and Delicious Fare at the Vermont Four Columns Inn

    Quintessential New England…old homesteads, and white-steepled churches nestled amidst the village green with fir trees still covered in snow. This is the quaint and peaceful scene you’ll stumble across as you drive into Newfane, VT to the...

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  • Hudson Valley – The Napa of the East Coast

    I’m driving West on Rt. 44 past beautiful rolling hills in Salisbury and Lakeville on my way to Hudson Valley for a two month stay in Rhinebeck and High Falls. As I cross into New York and...

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  • Mouth Watering Food, Delicious Wine and Pure Romance in Sonoma

    Sonoma is a magical place dotted with quaint towns, each with its own unique flavor. I recommend Healdsburg as a home base for 1-2 days and then spend a day further south in Sonoma. Healdsburg has a...

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  • Experience a Fairytale at WildSpring Guest Habit in Southern Oregon

    Imagine you have just entered a fairytale land with a beautiful canopy of 100 foot trees, rustling ferns, an ocean breeze and the only sounds are the leaves softly blowing in the wind and an occasional owl...

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  • Where Water Meets Wine at the Napa River Inn

    Luxury reigns at the Napa River Inn, situated among the bustling renaissance of Downtown Napa’s Riverfront District. Their waterfront location within the Historic Napa Mill grants walkabout access to the neighborhood with specialty shops, gourmet restaurants and...

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  • A New Definition of Intimacy at The Outlook Lodge

    Situated northwest of Colorado Springs at an elevation of 7800 feet, Green Mountain Falls has been a resort destination since the late 1800’s. The village rests along the historic Ute Pass, while Pike’s Peak, the area’s most...

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  • Peaceful, Ecofriendly Retreat at The Colonnade Hotel in Boston

    One of the great things about living in Connecticut is the close proximity to some amazing cities like Boston and Manhattan. You can easily do Boston in a day trip, but if you choose to make it...

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  • Vegas Style Luxury at the Peppermill Resort in Reno

    If it weren’t for this beautiful resort, I would probably never have made it to Reno, Nevada – known as The Biggest Little City in the World, which is displayed in the famous arch over Virginia Street....

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  • Blue Ridge Mountains and Wine at Banner Elk Winery & Villa

    Nestled in the awe inspiring majestic Blue Ridge Mountains stands North Carolina High Country’s original winery. In 2006, the age-old tradition of winemaking made its debut in the region with the establishment of Banner Elk Winery &...

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  • Experience Light, Peace and Beauty at The Jenks House B&B

    In my opinion, Jacksonville, Florida is one of the best kept secrets in this country. It has just about everything you could possibly imagine…without the huge crowds you’ll find at that place with the mouse about a...

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  • Classic Western Elegance at the Snow King Resort Hotel

    Wyoming and Montana are two places that have been on my list for years to visit. The drive into Jackson takes you along the pristine Snake River and we saw many rafters and kayakers enjoying the rapids....

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  • Urban Oasis and Beervana in Portland, Oregon

    If you don’t get enough amazing food and drink in Seattle, then Portland, Oregon is just a short drive away. Our first stop was the Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel which is right on the banks of the river....

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  • The Meritage Resort – the Perfect Blend

    Leaving Lake Tahoe, we traveled west to Napa on I-50 and happened to be driving near an area where they were having many uncontrolled wildfires. In fact, we were so close at one point that we could...

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  • Escape to a Mountainside Retreat in Missoula at Blue Mountain B&B

    After a relaxing two days in Whitefish, we headed back to Missoula for a few days at the Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast. You literally feel like you are heading into the woods as you travel up...

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