The Coolest Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel
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The Coolest Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel

It’s my first time to Milwaukee and honestly this Midwest city has completely surprised me starting with my hotel, the Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel. It’s in a great location and on the Riverwalk. It’s easy an easy walk to Milwaukee’s Public Market and other tourist hotspots and city attractions. Continue reading

Northern Virginia’s Wine Region:  Three Days in the Napa Valley of the East Coast
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Northern Virginia’s Wine Region: Three Days in the Napa Valley of the East Coast

I knew Virginia had wineries, but what I didn’t know is Northern Virginia’s wineries rival the picturesque ones in Napa Valley. Guess I should have expected the over-the-top wineries being so close to Washington, DC and Virginia was the first place in the United States to grow grapes and make wine, dating back over 400 … Continue reading

Leaf Peeping in Breckenridge and on Loveland Pass
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Leaf Peeping in Breckenridge and on Loveland Pass

The aspens are starting to show off their colors from golden to tangerine to light garnet in Colorado. Based on what I saw Sunday, September 19th, they should be on their fall glory September 25-26 weekend through October 1st along I-70 and north. Early October is looking prime time for southern Colorado. I drove up … Continue reading

There Really is a South Park in Colorado
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There Really is a South Park in Colorado

Yes, there really is a South Park.  Matt Stone and Trey Parker, creators of the television series “South Park,” used Fairplay, Colorado as the visual basis for the town South Park in their animated series. In Fairplay, there is a walkable museum called South Park City.  You literally step back in time in this South … Continue reading

How to Spend an Afternoon at Snow Canyon State Park in Greater Zion, Utah
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How to Spend an Afternoon at Snow Canyon State Park in Greater Zion, Utah

This 4,700-acre park might be southwestern Utah’s best kept secret.  I’ve heard people say if there weren’t so many national parks in Utah already, Snow Canyon would be one.  One afternoon in Snow Canyon State Park near St. George in Greater Zion, the southwest corner of Utah, and I could easily see why many would … Continue reading