New Mexico: J. Lang Wood takes a quick trip to Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico that includes a lot of fine dining and sightseeing.
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California’s idyllic coastline getaway Santa Barbara has plenty to offer travelers in 2018, despite what mother nature has thrown its way. New hotels and restaurants add to the charm and the Funk Zone is where the action is.
Santa Fe, New Mexico, where we find a picturesque downtown of low-slung adobe buildings full of hip galleries, trendy boutiques and amazing museums.
Santa Barbara Wines Michael Cervin writes a guide to the Central Coast of California, home to a thriving wine industry to rival the Napa and Sonoma Valleys.
Santa Rosa de Copán offers an agreeable change from tourist traps and scorching cities.
Santa Fe’s International Folk Arts Market brings hundreds of artists and craftspeople to New Mexico every July. It’s a great way to see the world!
Santa Fe New Mexico is an art lover’s paradise: more than 250 art galleries, the famous Indian Market, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, and the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi.
Santa Fe: It’s for more than chile lovers. A tour of some of the up-and-coming restaurants, food purveyors, cafes and museums that make the city so popular.
Ecuador: Visiting an eco-lodge in the jungles of Ecuador.
Guadalupe Calif was once the location for a Hollywood blockbuster. This sleepy town in Santa Maria Valley has a Hollywood connection buried for 60 years.
In sleepy Santa Teresa, on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, there are two things that people do most…surfing and yoga. The laid-back lifestyle is tempting.
Ron Ellege takes us to Rome, the Basilica of Santa Maggiore where priceless artifacts and centuries of history allow us to soak in timeless beauty.