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Business Travel: 5 Reasons Why Motif Seattle Is a Business Classy Hotel

October 15, 2015

Getting ready for a business trip is a project of its own.  Between planning for presentations, meetings, and packing your luggage, finding the right hotel in the right location is another task that no one has time for.  Which is important for most of us to locate a hotel that provides all our needs.  As I prepared for a trip in downtown Seattle, I came across a boutique hotel that met my business needs in many ways.  I usually stay at big…

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Foodie Getaways Trip Ideas Weekend Getaways Wine & Cocktails

La Ruta Del Vino in Valle de Guadalupe: Top 10 Wineries To Visit

October 6, 2015

A weekend in Valle de Guadalupe wine country will have you coming back for more delicious Mexican cuisine, wine, and warm culture filled with many other adventures.  Wait, WHAT, they make wine in Mexico? They sure do and have for centuries.  If you make your way to northern Baja California, along Route 3 in the Valle de Guadalupe region, the quality of wine has grown tremendously in the past two decades. In fact, certain wineries here have teamed up with chefs and hoteliers…

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Collecting School Supplies For Casa Hogar Estrella – All Girls Orphanage in Rosarito, Baja

August 9, 2015

Last year, The Orphaned Earring non-profit organization introduced me to twenty young orphan girls in Rosarito, Baja California for my fortieth birthday.  After spending a day with them, the girls reminded me that I shouldn’t take the simple pleasures in life for granted, including education.  As soon as I arrived to their school and home, the girls welcomed me with sincere grateful hugs and smiles.  A stranger they’ve never met could make them happy with a simple donation of pencils and binders.  That…

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Central America: Exploring The Top 5 Things To Do in Belize

July 6, 2015

Where is Belize? For the most part, Belize goes unnoticed by majority of the world, and over the years the little country has turned into an attractive asset.  Located in Central America, Belize is situated below Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, West of Guatemala and North of Honduras.  Unlike it’s surrounded Spanish speaking countries, everyone does speak English since it was once a British colony.  But just like the rest of Central America, Belize is very diverse and there’s lots to explore. Now what…

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Business Travel California Hotels and Resorts Trip Ideas

The SLS Beverly Hills Room Service Experience

June 17, 2015

SLS Beverly Hills Hotel, where everybody is treated like royalty.  I don’t think I’ve ever had a bad experience at this hotel.  It’s swanky decor, friendly staff, it’s beautiful rooftop bar and let’s not forget it’s culinary art, home of the famous The Bazaar by José Andrés.  All fabulous! I have been to the upscale hotel many times, but never actually stayed there, until recently.  Finally, the opportunity to experience their beds and room service has come.  Is their room service…

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California Culture Hotels and Resorts Sports and Sporting Events

A “Must-Play” Golf Course: The Links at Terranea Resort

May 21, 2015

The Links at Terranea Resort offers a gorgeous ocean view as you enjoy a 9-hole par 3 golf course located in Southern California. I recently had the pleasure of playing The Links at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, a gem and well kept secret by locals.  The golf course is surrounded by stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island. As soon as you arrive, you will notice that this is not your typical ordinary 9-hole par 3 course;…

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Foodie Getaways New Orleans, Louisiana Trip Ideas Weekend Getaways

Weekend Getaway: 10 Things To Do During My New Orleans Visit

February 25, 2015

If you could only spend four days in New Orleans, what would be the top things to do during your visit?  Well, I’ve been doing a little research of the beautiful city and there’s obviously no way I can do everything it has to offer.  So how do I decide between the historic French Quarter art, dining, shopping, entertainment and architectural treasures?  Without a doubt, I do plan to experience a few New Orleans traditions by stopping at Café Du Monde, and the Gumbo Shop.  No night…

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