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Cranbrook, BC: Lonely Planet’s Missed Opportunity

What happens when a travel writer slams a town for having nothing to offer? The town fights back. Rule #1…

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Hotel Arts: Calgary’s Consistently Impressive Boutique Hotel

I travel a lot. I stay in hotels. They get boring. They look like grey blocks…and I like pretty things….

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Christmas in November at Jasper Park Lodge

There is hardly a more postcard-perfect Christmas setting than that of the Fairmont’s Jasper Park Lodge (JPL) framed by a…

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Where to Go and What to Do: A Day in Bratislava, Slovakia

Slovakia’s capital city, Bratislava, borders Austria and Hungary and occupies both the banks of the River Danube and the River…

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Where to Go in Europe: Vienna, Austria

Vienna, the capital city of Austria, is known as the City of Music. More composers called Vienna home than any…

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East Jesus, Slab City, Bombay Beach and More – Roadtripping Beyond Palm Springs, CA

It’s nearing the end of October and the geese are heading south. You know what that means: it’s time to plan…

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12 Acres Barn Bash for Cancer Research Sept. 5, 2015

It’s time to get down on the farm! On September 5, 2015,  there’s a big ol’ barn bash happening at…

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Where to Eat and Drink in Palm Springs

Palm Springs has it all: the perfect climate (if you like hot and dry), perfect golf courses (if you like…

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There’s More to Palm Springs Than Golf…

Initially, you might think of Palm Springs as the mecca for retirees and golfers. You’d be absolutely correct. There are more…

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Austin, Texas: Why You Need to Go

“Topographically, Austin is where east and west fuse. Politically, the blue dot in a blood-red state. Culturally, where barefoot and…

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