What do Ralph Lauren, potato chips and a scale model of an Oceana cruise liner have in common? They are three of the ingredients that make Silver Trident Winery in Napa’s Yountville region pure magic. Allow us to explain.
Author: Alison Bailin Batz
Together, Healdsburg and its sister region of Dry Creek are equal parts quaint town and quintessential Northern California at its best. The region also happens to be among the most important (and biggest) wine-growing regions in the United States
The magical waters of Monterey, which happen to be home to 34 species of marine mammals, will undoubtedly woo those with a love of sharks. During a weekend visit, we were bowled over to learn the region was so much more. So, let’s (metaphorically, of course) dive in.
The idea of Carmel for a weekend away is so utterly enchanting. Its downtown square is full of those magical cottages, with five-star restaurants, quaint inns and wine tasting rooms inside. The walkable waterfront oasis and sister inland region are equal parts charming, elegant and eclectic.
A luxury resort by all accounts, lauded by the likes of Conde Nast Traveler, Kenwood Inn & Spa is sprawled across two-and-a-half acres of lush gardens with views of nearby vineyards in all directions. Yet, it is small by hotel standards, featuring just 29 guestrooms and suites, each tucked away into its own enclave to make its guests feel like they are the only people on earth.
Forget about getting a revenge body; it is all about #revengetravel now. As such, here are six impossibly perfect places down south–all within a short trip from San Diego–tailor-made to get your “revenge” on at this year.
Who knew heaven on earth existed…or that it comes complete with its own private sandy beach, luxurious spa and beachside private pool, to boot! Meet The Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe. This bucket list destination, both the 2019 Preferred Hotels & Resorts Hotel of the Year and the 2018 Travel + […]
One Step Beyond, Inc. (OSBI) provides comprehensive programming and services for adults who have intellectual disabilities. The San Mateo-based organization empowers participants to achieve independence, self-sufficiency and employment through innovative programming and partnerships with local businesses that enable participants to contribute to and achieve greater social participation in their communities.
Just a few months ago, and amid the pandemic, the highly anticipated Puesto Mission Valley + Cervecería opened its doors. Located in Mission Valley, Puesto Cervecería is the third San Diego outpost of locally owned restaurant group–made up as first-generation Mexican Americans–joining locations in Seaport Village and La Jolla.
Indian Springs Resort in Calistoga is a healing haven more than one million years in the making.