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Organic Wine Tours Just Outside of Portland, Oregon

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Posted in Culinary, Destinations, Oregon, United States of America, Wine Tours

Sokol Blosser Organic Cellar What comes to mind when you hear the words organic wine? A dollar sign? A better quality product? Something exclusive? A new trend? More please? In my case I thought of the adjectives ‘sustainable’ and then quickly ‘expensive’, because many times organic is more pricey. Paying
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The Central Oregon Coast: Lincoln City to Newport

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Posted in Beach Vacations, United States of America

Waves crash on the beach at Lincoln City. The Central Oregon coast is without a doubt home to some of the most stunning scenery you’ll see on the Pacific Coast. Long sandy beaches just made for beachcombing. Salt-water taffy stores by the dozens. Seals splashing in inlets as the tide
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It’s a Great Location, But Does it Have a Free Breakfast?

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Posted in Accommodations, Food Tours

I took a bite of the delicious, hot quiche I was enjoying in our fabulous Carson Ridge Luxury Cabin in Carson, Oregon and just about swooned with pleasure. Not only was the breakfast delicious in every conceivable way, but it was even packed in a large basket and hand-delivered with
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Five Fabulous Bed and Breakfast Locations to Visit for Mother’s Day

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Posted in Accommodations, Beach Vacations, Culinary, Family Travel, Florida, Food Tours, Garden Tours, Hiking, Lodging, North America, Style, United States of America, Wild Life

Mother’s Day will be here before we know it and I can guarantee that most mothers would adore a getaway with you more than any other present you can imagine. Hotels and resorts are perfectly lovely, but there is nothing as comfortable, charming, and unique as a stay at a
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10 Destinations for 2012: Where Do You Want to Go?

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          –Five Destinations from the Author– 1. Mayan World: This year it’s all about the “Mundo Maya” or “Mayan World,” which is mostly centered in Guatemala, Belize, southern Mexico’s Yucatan region and Honduras. As the Maya calendar comes to a close at the end of 2012,
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National Parks: Essentially American for Essentially Every Budget

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Posted in Destinations, North America

In honor of the recent celebration of Earth Day, the government not shutting down in the midst of budget crisis, and the blossoming of spring and summer in general, it seems fitting to bring to attention a travel destination often overshadowed by international escapes and beach resorts:  Our national parks. 
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Sightseeing on the Cheap in Barcelona, Spain

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Posted in Europe, Spain

Visit Historic Barcelona Using Podcasts Barcelona is an expensive city where museum tickets, meals, tours, and taxi rides add up fast. Here are some local tips for saving big time on sightseeing in one of Europe’s most dazzling destinations. 1-Free Runner Bean Tours: This is a new tour concept in
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