Madrid, like most of Spain, comes alive at night. It’s when the locals come out to play, and it’s not uncommon to see a family with young children headed to dinner at 10p.m. With full stomachs we made our way to Puerto del Sol. Madrid’s central square, Puerto del Sol provides the young and old with hours of entertainment. Read about it all HERE.Continue reading “Throw Back Thursday – Madrid with Kids”
For centuries, Augustinian sisters have called the historic site home, but facing declining numbers, the monastery was restored and adapted to offer hotel accommodations, opening its doors to guests in August 2015.
See the full review HERE.Continue reading “Unforgettable Hotels – Le Monastere des Augustines – Quebec”
We’re eating breakfast at a table topped with white linen, overlooking 3,200 acres of Ecuador’s Choco-Andean cloud forest. A colorful Choco toucan chirps in a nearby tree. “Nothing is impossible,” says our guide, Anderson, and I am inclined to believe him. Read more HERE.Continue reading “Travel Tuesday – Ecuadorian Rainforest”
Google Android Lawn Statues 1981 Landings Dr, Mountain View, CA 94043 The NASA Gift Shop in Silicon Valley Moffett Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043 Camino Brewing 718 S 1st St, San Jose, CA 9511 . The Camino Brewing Story HERE. Continue reading Photo Trip to San Francisco Bay Area – Silicon Valley
This remarkable hotel – explora Valle Sagrado with unending views is located in the Sacred Valley of Peru. Unlike other hotels, the goal is getting guests off of the property, and exploring the area. See the full review HERE.
Australia is one of my favorite places to travel. It’s one of those places that I could actually see myself living. I’ve been lucky enough to visit three times, and during my last trip I found yet another city to love – Melbourne.
More often than not, travelers get introduced to Alaska when traveling on a cruise ship. There’s plenty of great reasons to explore Alaska on a cruise, but it’s not the only way. Being on the road offers its own advantages.
Mexico City is all the buzz these days, but for folks who are used to Mexico’s beach scene, it might as well be a whole new world.
Wine, beaches, hiking, good eats like fresh Dungeness crab.
Now, that I’ve got your attention.. let’s dig into Oregon’s Central Coast…
The hop to Portland is an easy one for Bay Area folks. Most folks will fly into Portland. From there it takes about two hours to get to the Central Coast.
Wine country is open for business and welcoming visitors. Along with those 800-plus wineries in Napa and Sonoma counties, a number of extras are coming together to give visitors even more reasons to come.
Earlier this week it was The Grateful Table.