5 Tips for a Perfect Leaf Peeping Road Trip
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5 Tips for a Perfect Leaf Peeping Road Trip

Recently I shared my 5 tips for a perfect leaf peeping road trip with multiple television stations from Denver to San Antonio. The fall foliage is peaking in the Rockies and New England, From Maine to Colorado to Texas, there’s plenty of leaf peeping season left. My favorite fall foliage map to check for partial … Continue reading

Wowed By Philadelphia in 45 Hours: What to Do and Where to Eat in the City of Brotherly Love
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Wowed By Philadelphia in 45 Hours: What to Do and Where to Eat in the City of Brotherly Love

I had 45 hours in Philadelphia and was wow’ed by the “City of Brotherly Love.” I was excited to explore the historical place (WAY more than you can possibly visit in 45 hours). As I quickly found out, Philly is a lot more than history. I was surprised by its walkability, the friendliness of folks, … Continue reading

A Regional Plane With Premium Experience For Everyone: United Airlines New Bombardier CRJ-550
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A Regional Plane With Premium Experience For Everyone: United Airlines New Bombardier CRJ-550

The trend has been pack ‘em like sardines when it comes to air travel, until now. United Airlines is bucking the trend with an industry first. In their new aircraft, the Bombardier CRJ-550 joining the fleet this weekend, you have room in every seat. They cut the number of seats from 70 to 50. Whether … Continue reading

Travel Purse You Can Wear 4 Ways
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Travel Purse You Can Wear 4 Ways

My travel gear, whether functional or fashionable, has to be versatile. On my recent trip to Switzerland and Paris I carried a purse that can be worn four ways. You can wear it as a crossbody, wristlet, shoulder bag or waist bag. I like to always have a smaller purse when I travel for just … Continue reading

Fabulous Few Days in Flagstaff
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Fabulous Few Days in Flagstaff

In the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest is a town at the crossroads of outdoor adventure, culinary innovation and space exploration. This historic logging, cattle and railroad city has the Mother Road running through downtown. Sitting at 7,000 feet, Flagstaff is not blazing hot like most of Arizona in the summertime. Instead temperatures average in … Continue reading