Destination: Santa Barbara • The American Riviera

The American Riviera Santa Barbara has been considered “The American Riviera” for over a century. A self-contained paradise surrounded by undeveloped coastline, the city’s signature red-tile roofs, white-washed buildings and lush gardens evoke the topography and architectural aesthetic of the European Riviera—with a distinctly Californian twist. Simultaneously sophisticated and bohemian, … Read More

Destination: Palm Springs

Always a fun place for a few days to get away from LA in the winter. Palm Springs was hit hard after the last recession, but has come back 10 times better. It’s fun and really hard to get super serious in Palm Springs. But in the summer, lordy… you … Read More

Destination: California • The Golden State

The Golden State California offers the most diverse choices than any other state, even more than most countires. City breaks, coastal trips, desert escapes, epic road trips, and mountain adventures… you can easily mix and match a variety of experiences in one incredible itinerary. Santa Barbara Information Page Los Angeles … Read More

SLC Salt Lake City International

The Salt Lake City (Utah) Department of Airports and Delta Air Lines forged ahead this week with the opening of a revamped Salt Lake City International (SLC) despite the COVID-19 pandemic, touting the first phase of a $4.1 billion project aimed at allowing the airport to comfortably handle 26 million … Read More

Destination: Los Angeles • the East Side and DTLA

I guess I have become a true LA “East-Sider”. The thought of having drive to the “West Side” and cross La Cienega is becoming more and more painful as the traffic continues to make a simple trip 45 minutes each way or more. But the good news for me is, … Read More

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