Chamberlin Inn is Where to Stay in Cody, Wyoming
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Chamberlin Inn is Where to Stay in Cody, Wyoming

This historic hotel started as a boarding house when Agnes Chamberlin opened a boarding house in 1904. She sold the Chamberlin in 1937. In 1941, the name was changed to Pawnee Hotel. In 2005, new owners changed the name to Chamberlin Inn as a tribute to the matriarch of Cody society. Renovations were done on … Continue reading

Banff’s Newest “Peak” is the Perfect Downtown Basecamp – Peaks Hotel and Suites
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Banff’s Newest “Peak” is the Perfect Downtown Basecamp – Peaks Hotel and Suites

On my recent ski trip to Ski Big 3 in Banff National Park, I stayed downtown at Peaks Hotel and Suites. Banff’s newest “peak” has garnered rave reviews from guest and is currently ranked #1 hotel in Banff on Trip Advisor. The staff was super friendly as I checked in and I was really happy … Continue reading

Moab Springs Ranch:  Best Bungalows in Moab, Utah
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Moab Springs Ranch: Best Bungalows in Moab, Utah

I took one of my bestie’s 18-year-old son to Moab so he could start checking off the national parks he wants to hike in.  When looking for a place to stay I found Moab Springs Ranch.  Having been to Moab multiple times, I can tell you its location on the north side of town is … Continue reading

Rustic Bungalow by the Beach at Bananarama Dive and Beach Resort
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Rustic Bungalow by the Beach at Bananarama Dive and Beach Resort

If you’re looking for a rustic bungalow with no frills, but in a fabulous location, book one of the villas at Bananarama Dive and Beach Resort. I stayed two nights in Villa #25. It was a little big for one person, but I wanted an ocean view in a great location and this fit the … Continue reading

Puerta Azul – The Blue Door to Paradise in Roatan, Honduras
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Puerta Azul – The Blue Door to Paradise in Roatan, Honduras

After a couple of nights in bustling West Bay, I was craving solitude. I stumbled upon Puerta Azul and was lucky to get one night at this boutique bed and breakfast. As soon as I arrived, I knew one night was never going to be enough. Since I only had one night, Talia, the owner … Continue reading