Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge has been a landmark on Lake Tahoe since the 1950’s because they’re the ultimate lakefront place to eat or stay. They are located right on the shores of Lake Tahoe’s west side. This summer marks their 35th anniversary. As a young girl, my aunt owned a cabin at North Shore […]
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When I was a young girl my aunt had a cabin in Alpine Meadows and I have fond memories of floating down the Truckee River in inner tubes. My mom and aunt would wait for us on the outside deck of the River Ranch Lodge. I was very happy to have a chance to return […]
Carnival Cruise Lines remains one of the lesser expensive cruise lines, and perfect for a road trip. But before you embark, there are a few things you should know. We recently sailed on the Carnival Splendor, on a 7-Day Mexican Riviera sailing out of the Port of Long Beach, California. Our road trip started at […]
Looking for something fun and creative to do with your honey? Take the Capitol Corridor Train from Sacramento to Berkeley and Emeryville for a quickie—overnight getaway of fun, that is.
Sportsmen’s Lodge is not your average city hotel. The resort is set back from the busy boulevard and the beautifully landscaped grounds and large parking area create an isolated space within one of the busiest cities of the world.
The Historian Inn was an exceptionally pleasant, immaculately clean and a very comfortable, relaxed, and rugged lodging experience within the heart of the Carson Valley.
Perhaps nothing makes the exquisite city of Quebec City come alive with all its glory like Les Fetes De La Nouvelle France where visitors can experience a period of rich history and immersion into culture like none other.
Sioux Falls is a wonderful stop off on the way to the Black Hills or Mount Rushmore. Take a little time to discover the beauty of Sioux Falls.
Before going aloft, stay Aloft next time your travels take you in or out of SFO.
The next road trip you find yourself anywhere near Missoula, Montana, stop in for a treat and the ultimate road trip refreshment.
Owners Mac and Tulsa Dean are not only exceptionally friendly and educated on the Red Lodge area and all the excellent outdoor activities it has to offer but they are a unique breed of innkeepers who truly value their patrons and strive to provide true and genuine customer service rather than a corporate style motel model.
Camp Richardson, a historic all inclusive resort in Lake Tahoe has been the scene of memories and out door fun and adventure for decades.