A Tranquil Retreat is Where to Stay in Taipei
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A Tranquil Retreat is Where to Stay in Taipei

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and stay in this tranquil retreat in the Beitou district, which is the northernmost district in Taipei. Beitou is known for its green spaces and hot springs. It’s also home to the Gaia Hotel. As soon as I walked into the Gaia Hotel, I melted into its … Continue reading

Time at Talisa
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Time at Talisa

I had been wanting to check out Hotel Talisa, Vail’s newest resort.  The rosé event to kick-off Taste of Vail and celebrating two friends’ birthdays were the perfect excuse! Located on the west end of Vail, Hotel Talisa is a retreat on Gore Creek.  They have shuttles running constantly to take you to Lionshead or … Continue reading

Stay at the Strater
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Stay at the Strater

Southwest Colorado is a place where the Old West and ancient history survive.  From marveling at the Cliff Dwellings in Mesa Verde National Park to taking in the breathtaking views from the historic Durango-Silverton Railroad, Durango fits the bill perfectly for adventure seekers, history buffs, and city slickers wanting to experience the Old West, yet … Continue reading

Sleeping in a Hangar
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Sleeping in a Hangar

Have you ever spent the night in a hangar?  I have!  But this one is not your typical hanger.  It’s the Hangar Hotel in Fredericksburg, Texas.  It’s a unique place to stay to explore this delightful German town. If you’re a history buff, aviation lover, or just looking for a unique boutique hotel, this is … Continue reading

East Tennessee Thanksgiving at Historic Hale Springs Inn
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East Tennessee Thanksgiving at Historic Hale Springs Inn

In the East Tennessee town of Rogersville, you’ll step back in time to an era gone by.  It’s almost like time has stood still for decades in this small town.  My mom and I were retracing some family roots last Thanksgiving and spent a couple of nights in Rogersville where many of the buildings date … Continue reading