Saturday, December 14, 2013

Whispering Waters Cabins: Romantic Getaway Cabins with River View Hot Tubs

Washington state rental vacation cabin with lots of romantic ambience offered in this cozy chalet style cabin.  Soaring cathedral ceiling, gas fireplace, river view from the loft bed and romantic balcony.  Perfect for special occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays, honeymoons, and romantic weekend getaways.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

A Night At The Sorrento

A city as old and diverse as Seattle is bound to have some skeletons. Luckily for you, you don't have to go digging for them. All you need to do is rent a hotel room for the night. It seems as though Seattle's past remains "alive" and well within the walls of some of Seattle's oldest, and most haunted, hotels.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Why World Traveler's Need a Yoga Mindset

In this global culture, we’re beings on the move. Magical vessels propel us through time zones and effortlessly lift us across borders, divides, languages, temperatures, smells and meridians. These same vessels then plop us down in faraway lands and we step out, expecting ourselves to acclimatize in a matter of moments to transformations it took the great ancestors ages to assimilate.

Monday, June 17, 2013

The Sexiest Hotel in Bangkok: This is Shangri La

No secret to the jet set The Shangri La Hotel had long been known as one of the most romantic and upscale hotels in the world

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Visit the Barrios of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is one of the most fascinating cities in South America. Known as the Paris of South Buenos Aires vacation package. As a Buenos Aires native myself, I recommend the following barrios that you can’t miss on your next visit to Buenos Aires:

Monday, June 3, 2013

Why You Should Visit Southern Brazil by Stephen Keeling

Brazil’s booming southern states – ParanĂ¡, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul – are often strangely absent on sudamericanos stick around? Here’s ten reasons I can think of immediately…

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Nude Beaches In Cali

I’m not sure I can pass up the opportunity to run around without any clothes on… I’ve gone topless at Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival before, it was awesome!
Some nude beaches I’ll be passing right by on my big West Coast trip:
North Baker Beach in San Francisco
Golden Gate Bridge Beach
Devil’s Slide (Grey Whale Cove), San Mateo Coast
San Gregario Nude Beach
Private’s Beach, Santa Cruz

Monday, May 27, 2013

Moving To Washington? Why Not Buy Murder Mystery Writer Ann Rules House?

Price Chopper alert! Celebrity Real Estate Alert! Juicy serial killer connection alert? All sorts of unsavory things are going on in relation to Ann Rule's place being put on the market, and eacdh one is similarly interesting. First, it's been price chopped by over $500,000 since it first hit the market. Second, well, Ann Rule owns it. Third, her book The Killer Beside Me is aboutTed Bundy, who worked with her at a suicide-prevention hotline back in the day before he was, you know, flippin' Ted Bundy! All that creepiness aside, Rule's house is pretty and includes a cabin that apparently needs some "TLC," though the main place is pretty nice all on its own. It's a 2-bed with 2,600 sq. ft. to its name and some sweet views, as well as waterfront access. She's even got her own personal listing site (and you know the writing's gotta be better than most brokerspeak listings)! The price tag: $999,750. Go for it, guys.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Return To Atlantis: Dubai's Underwater Hotel

See what lies at the end of the rainbow....

The Haunted Hearthstone Inn Colorado Springs Colorado

The haunted Hearthstone Inn in Colorado Springs, Colorado is a hot spot for paranormal The Sumner House is one part of the establishment, and the Bemis house is another part of the establishment. Together, the homes create an immense structure that contain plenty of space for visitors – those who are physically alive, as well as the wandering souls who seem to be attracted to the area for one reason or another! Here, you will learn about the haunted Hearthstone Inn in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The Haunted History of The Gold Hill Hotel In Nevada

The haunted history of the Gold Hill Hotel in Nevada has been talked about for years. Originally dubbed as “The Riesen House”, it is believed that this structure was completed in full prior to the year of 1862. 

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Zozobra! The Gloom Must Be Burned: A Story And History Of New Mexico's Old Man Gloom

Darkness has fallen over the city of Santa Fe, and the crowd is getting restless.
“Burn him! Burn him!” the revelers shout into the warm September air.
Before the throng –about 23,000 women, men and children – a 49-foot-tall marionette hangs from a pole on a rise above Fort Marcy Park. Soon, Zozobra, named for a Spanish word that roughly translates as “anxiety” or “anguish,” will go up in flames, along with the city’s collective gloom.