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Enjoying Wine and cheese overlooking the Temecula Valley wine country

Temecula Valley – SoCal’s hidden gem

by Jeff and Stephanie Sylva   California wine country – often described as “casual… picturesque,” with rolling hills punctuated by lush vineyards and scenic wineries, enjoying a Mediterranean-like climate of warm, dry summers and cool winters. Napa Valley? Sonoma? Actually, this describes Southern California’s burgeoning wine country – Temecula Valley.   In the spirit of …

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One of Frank Loyd Wrights most famous homes.

Nine Reasons to Visit Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands in 2019

Photos and information provided by Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Edited and experienced by Will Davis   From architectural wonders and exotic animals to unforgettable events and remarkable historic sites, the Laurel Highlands is an ideal place to get away, enjoy the great outdoors and find your adventure. With brand new places to stay, events to …

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Fall View of the Conservatory and walled gardens. A visit in itself at Biltmore.!

Visiting the Biltmore: More than a one time event.

By Mary Gallagher Photos provided by Biltmore Anytime is a good time to visit the Biltmore and Asheville, NC, I’ve been there when it was freezing cold, pouring rain and on a beautiful spring day. We’ve stayed at the Biltmore Hotel as well as other hotels and AirBandB’s in Asheville.  The Biltmore is the largest …

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Gullah-Geechee Corridor: The Penn Center

Story and Photos by Will A. Davis There are hidden treasures in and around Beaufort, South Carolina and finding a gem or two perhaps not in the well-trod areas, like the beaches, shopping and museums is a treat. Visiting Beaufort recently, I found one such gem while at the historic Penn Center. In 1862 in a …

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