By Cathy Hempstead After reading the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt (affectionately referred to as simply THE BOOK in Savannah), I was intrigued to learn more about Savannah, Georgia. I arrived in a torrential downpour and immediately immersed myself in the historical downtown area and southern living by checking into the Savannah Bed & … [Read more...] about Single, Woman, Traveler: A “Novel” 4-Day Trip to Savannah
Volume 10, Issue #10 - October 2017
By Angela Ross Photographs by Joe Ross Ten minutes west of Temecula Valley’s majestic wineries, gourmet restaurants, and luxury spas, a Western-era town provides the backdrop for a bustling, pedestrian-friendly lifestyle center. While the stagecoaches and cattle ranches of Temecula’s storied past have given way to tasting rooms and alfresco dining, Old Town Temecula embraces … [Read more...] about Five Things to Do in Old Town Temecula
By Jeannine Haffner When spring has sprung in Texas, one fun way to enjoy all the glory of the season (and explore a bit more of this big state) is to take a day trip away from the hustle and bustle of the Austin area and visit the lovely and relaxing Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. It’s about a two hour and 45 minute drive from Austin. If you plan ahead, you can leave … [Read more...] about Take a Day Trip to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden!
By Susan Brauer “This is the exit,” I said, my mouth watering, anticipating delicious pies we’d seen touted on numerous billboards along Interstate 94 as we drove through Wisconsin. My husband Mark and I were on a weekend road trip from our home in Minnesota through rural Wisconsin in search of vacation spots that each of us remembered from our childhood. Our first stop … [Read more...] about Weekend in Wisconsin — A Road Trip Back in Time
By Jene Cates As the train rolled out of Vienna, I accidentally took a seat in a first class compartment. Two women were sharing a split of champagne en route to a yoga vacation in Croatia. Within four minutes, the ticket master shooed me to tourist class, but I tucked the details of their little piece of paradise into my pocket. It was time for me to stop, unplug, and get … [Read more...] about A Serendipitous Yoga Vacation in Hvar, Croatia