Traveling


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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This post was originally published on IHG’s blog. The Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, One World Trade Center…all of offer exceptional views of NYC, but only with some major trade-offs. You could wait hours in line just to reach the top, and the cost of admission is as sky-high as the observation deck. Plus, you’ll find the same exact views in every tour guide...

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There is no doubt that Croatia is a beautiful destination, packed with an interesting history and culture waiting to be explored. Luckily, it’s not too difficult to pack light for a trip to Croatia. I managed to pack for a month of backpacking through Croatia in my trusty 48L REI carry-on backpack. I made a lot of stops during the journey through Croatia but a...

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You may have heard of the popular Plitvice Lakes National Park in central Croatia, but if you are visiting the Dalmatia region along the coast it can be quite the lengthy day trip to get there. The alternative? Visit Krka National Park, Croatia’s lesser known but no less beautiful gem of a park. It’s an easy day trip from Split, only about an hour drive away...

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Along the coast in the Dalmatia region of Croatia sits a town called Šibenik (pronounced shi-beh-nick). With 42,000 inhabitants, it’s about the same size as Dubrovnik but much less popular. Being the big city that it is and the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, you would think it would be more well-known. It was even the first city in Croatia to have electricity! We stopped...

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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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