Monthly Archives: December 2014

Where to Shop for Art in Santa Fe

Santa Fe, the capital city of New Mexico and one of the oldest and most architecturally-interesting cities in America, is home to a vibrant art community. It’s the third largest art market in the United States with more than 200 individual galleries. Galleries are clustered in three main areas: Canyon Road, downtown, and the Railyard

What to Do in the Aquatic Capital of the USA

Home to one of the world’s largest shipping ports, Long Beach has a temperate, year-round climate that makes it the ideal destination for vacationers with a fervor for nautical activities. The city lies on the outskirts of the Greater Los Angeles Area. This “maritime center of the world” offers the perfect escape for travelers on

Unfamiliar and Different Landmarks in Napa, Calif.

McDonald Mansion (Mableton) Just a short drive from Napa, Calif. is the charming city of Santa Rosa. One of the most opulent mansions, the McDonald Mansion, also known as Mableton, stands here. Staying in Santa Rosa in an inexpensive hotel, and learning of Mableton’s history, will give you more time to explore and get a

Traveling to San Jose: Tips and Tricks to Visit on the Cheap

A city break in San Jose, while undoubtedly enjoyable, can often see your budget rocketing skyward. This kind of trip does not have to stay the stuff of dreams, however. Whether choosing a low-cost hotel, making use of local transportation, or scaling back the cost of entertainment and dining, there are plenty of ways to