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Weekend Getaway: Napa Wine Country

May 18, 2011 by  
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Plan your Napa Valley escape
$499 2-Night Stay For 2 At The Napa Valley Marriott With The Napa Valley Wine Train

It’s no secret that Napa is the land of wine. Vineyards stretch on for miles and every town boasts exciting cuisine and local shops. Whether you’re a first time taster or a veteran oenophile, there always seems to be too much to do and too little time in which to do it. Here are some tips to get you started. Read more

Pelican Hill :: Newport Beach, California

August 30, 2010 by  
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A vacation to the sapphire blue waters of the Mediterranean is often out of reach for the majority of wannabe travelers. Luckily the good ol’ US of A offers a getaway retreat in beautiful southern California that will instantly bring your mind to the gorgeous stretches of the classic European holiday destination. Part of the region known as America’s Riviera, the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Coast, California is designed to reflect the grand Renaissance style Mediterranean sea side towns and delivers the same relaxed air with a hefty dose of luxury. With your choice of over 200 Bungalow suites and 128 villas, a world class golf course, and a westerly ocean view that is simply unrivaled; Pelican Hill will pamper and indulge your every need. Read more

Mission Inn Hotel and Spa :: Riverside, California

August 2, 2010 by  
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Opened in 1876 as Glenwood Cottage, a twelve room adobe boarding house, continuous renovations and additions have left the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa a glorious masterpiece of Mission Revival architecture. Today the Mission Inn boasts 239 rooms along with a well appointed spa, several restaurants, a museum, a chapel, and even a fantastic boutique. Lying over an entire city block, it is the grande dame of Riverside, California. It is among the premier hotels on California, attracting the biggest of celebrities, the rich, famous, and even ten different United States presidents! Read more

Mono Lake :: Mono County, California

July 29, 2010 by  
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There has been a lot of talk recently about then end of the NASA space exploration program and the introduction of Virgin Galactic to soon take non-astronauts into outer space. All of these dreams of exploring distant stars have been around for generations; but few know that there is an otherworldly experience right here on planet Earth. Mono Lake (pronounced mō′- nō, like the Spanish for “monkey”) in Mono County, California is an ethereal wonderland of beauty surrounded by majestic mountains and amazing flora and fauna. Read more

Balboa Park :: San Diego, California

July 24, 2010 by  
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When most people think of urban parks their minds drift to the sanctuary of Central Park in New York. What most people don’t know is that Balboa Park in San Diego, California is the largest urban park in the United States. Also one of the oldest public recreation sites in the US, Balboa Park’s 1400 acres were set aside in 1868 as citizens declared they wanted a piece of this beautiful land preserved for future generations. Not particularly urban at the time (there were just over 900 homes in the city) the park was quite uncultivated and was overflowing with gorgeous natural flora, fauna, canyons, and hilltops. Throughout the years, conservators and entrepreneurs have poured lots of elbow grease and plenty of hard earned money into transforming Balboa Park into a park that is one of the top visitor destinations in San Diego. Read more

Hearst Castle :: San Simeon, California

May 25, 2010 by  
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Although the United States has never been a monarchy, there have been some truly royal residents. Among the most renowned was the media tycoon, William Randolph Hearst. Although he died nearly six decades ago, the impact he left is still being felt today. One of his biggest and most beautiful imprints is on the central coast of California. The amazingly ornate Hearst Castle was constructed over a period of nearly 30 years (from 1919 to 1947) and was the pinnacle of social invitations even before it was finished. Also known as La Cuesta Encantada (The Enchanted Slope) and San Simeon (after the area in California it’s located in) Hearst Castle easily rivals the grandest palaces of Europe. Among its many attributes, some of the original features Read more

Hotel Del Coronado :: Coronado, California

May 7, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado

Southern California is famous for the rich and famous and of course all of the fabulous places they eat, sleep, and play. One of the oldest and most glamorous of these is the Hotel Del Coronado in Coronado, California (just across the bay from San Diego). A National Historic Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is truly a historical treasure. Built over a year and opened in 1888, The Del (as it is often called) has played host to a who’s who of American royalty in its century plus of life. Just a smattering of the numerous high profile guests over the years include Marilyn Monroe, Thomas Edison, King Edward VIII of England, Babe Ruth, and modern celebrities like Madonna, Barack Obama, and Brad Pitt. The attraction to The Del is Read more

Post Ranch Inn :: Big Sur, California

April 8, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California

Sitting on the beautiful mountains of Big Sur, California is an amazing luxurious getaway, the Post Ranch Inn. It is the perfect place for a honeymoon, anniversary or just a relaxing vacation away from the hustle and bustle of life. Designed to embrace its natural surroundings, the Post Ranch Inn is the perfect place to discover all that nature has to offer. Guests can relax in this amazing sanctuary while enjoying magnificent views of the Ventana mountains and pamper themselves with an in-room massage. You can even take a short drive to spend the day in the charming towns of Monterey or Carmel. The Post Ranch Inn offers a variety of rustic yet comfortable and luxurious accommodations to choose from. With forty guest rooms as well as three unique private houses available, there is sure to be something to suite your needs. Read more

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