Already visited crooked Lombard Street, Chinatown and hoity-toity Nob Hill in San Francisco? Why not climb the Filbert Street steps, past pretty Victorian houses, to Coit Tower, then stop for coffee in North Beach?
Prosecco by the fireplace? Named “Best in America” by Andrew Harper’s Hideaway, the Ritz-Carlton San Francisco Club Level doesn’t disappoint.
Don’t plan to spend all your days wine tasting in Sonoma’s Valley of the Moon if staying at Kenwood Inn and Spa. It’s one of those places you don’t want to leave.
After biking in Sonoma’s wine country, we loved cooling off in the pool at Madrona Manor. Built in 1881, the romantic inn is perhaps the best B&B in the area.
Sip, swirl, savor. Sonoma’s 400+ wineries pack an intoxicating punch. Exploring the Sonoma wine country by bike, we taste bold fruity Zinfadels and more.
San Francisco highlights? Its food and wine counts. Biking the Golden Gate bridge is a blast. As is sailing past Alcatraz – no granny cruise this!
Happy Birthday America! These blog posts list the best fireworks displays in the U.S. and offer great tips for how to celebrate July 4.
We explored Alaska’s “untamed wild and woolly wilderness” with Un-Cruise Adventures Alaska. No discos, no gift shop. But hiking, kayaking, even snorkeling!