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A summertime girl’s getaway to Mackinac Island proved to be the perfect quiet retreat to slow down and disconnect while enjoying a more simple nineteenth-century way of living without cars. After the first automobile drove the roads of Mackinac Island, it didn’t take long for automobiles (or, “horseless carriages” as the locals called them) to be banned completely on the island in 1898. Make the most of...

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With a rating as prestigious as number one in Utah by Zagat, The Mariposa at Deer Valley Resort is a winning selection for dining in Park City. Upon entering, the warm fire instantly thawed the bitter cold I left behind on the other side of the door. We were quickly shown to our table in an intimate room with only a few other tables, alongside another crackling...

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Park City, Utah is made up of a mere 8,128 residents (as of 2015), yet it is also home to the largest ski resort in the United States. Park City even hosted nearly half of the events in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games! I was quickly enamored with this small, colorful town that brought in visitors from all over the world. The snowcapped peaks grew larger as our plane...

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New Orleans is famous for its food, art, and culture. Among that mix is the architecture and history of some of the oldest buildings in the city. The beautiful French style was overpowered by Spanish iron works, which now adorn much of the French Quarter. Some of these buildings are restaurants, bars, and even hotels. Below are 5 historic hotels in New Orleans, and some...

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When the spring snows melt and ski season comes to an end, it makes way for the beautiful warm summer and fall months in colorful Colorado. The open road winding through the towering Rocky Mountains awaits, as the perfect southwestern Colorado road trip beckons. As much as I love Boulder and the greater Denver area, the rest of Colorado is just too wonderful to overlook. The...

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Right along the banks of the St. Croix River in Minnesota lies a small town named Stillwater. Known as the “Birthplace of Minnesota” and having been named one of the prettiest little towns in America, I had a feeling I would be instantly charmed by Stillwater. Upon arriving, I was greeted with rolling hills (yes, in the midwest!) and inviting small streets woven throughout the...

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After the twists and turns through the mountains and the final stretch along the narrow dirt road, we finally saw the hearts and knew we had arrived at the Romantic RiverSong Bed and Breakfast for our much anticipated mountain retreat. This B&B is a Select Registry property tucked away along the edge of Estes Park, Colorado and is cloaked in the kind of serenity that you can imagine...

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A peaceful girlfriends getaway up in the mountains was just what Alyssa and I needed in the middle of a busy week. We drove up to Estes Park along the windy mountain roads as we caught up on the past month of her trip to Australia and my visit to California for the Women in Travel Summit. Perched upon a hill overlooking the Rocky Mountains...

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All year round, we find ways to get outside in Boulder. In the dead of winter we will sometimes have a 60 or 70 degree (Fahrenheit) day where people will head out for a jog, hike, or bike ride. During the snowy days, getting outside for some sort of winter sport is a must. Even after skiing, snowboarding, or any other winter activity, you might find people...

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