Category Archives: Lodging

Cameron Trading Post: a must-stop on the way to the Grand Canyon

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Making a stop at the 100+ year old Cameron Trading Post is a must for anyone looking for authentic Native American gifts on their Grand Canyon adventure…

Chicago’s Palmer House is the most extravagant wedding gift of all time

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What did you get your spouse when you wed? We’re betting you didn’t give them the grandest hotel in the world. Potter Palmer did when he gave his bride the Palmer House in Chicago…

Discover Old World Florida in these 10 unique and historic hotels

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Escape the winter blues with a stay at one of these 10 remarkable, historic Florida retreats…

The Old Faithful Inn is America’s favorite treehouse

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Heading to Yellowstone National Park sometime soon? Don’t miss the Old Faithful Inn, arguably the largest log structure in the world.

Beaches, beers, and burgers: How Cape Kiwanda stole our hearts

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Secluded beach… Check. On-site brewery and pub… Check. Cape Kiwanda might just be heaven on earth.

We slept with Michael Jackson at this chic Seattle hotel

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Well, not really, of course. Just a pillow with his face on it. Read more about Seattle’s ultra-cool Palladian Hotel…

Relax and recharge at the Louisville area’s best B&B: Market Street Inn

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Louisville has plenty of great places to stay the night like the ultra-cool first 21C Hotel or the Galt House with its southern elegance, but if you’re looking for the best bed & breakfast in Louisville, you need to jump across the river to Jeffersonville, Indiana and the Market Street Inn.