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Located just outside of Tucson, Arizona and divided into two districts is Saguaro National Park. Featuring over 150 miles of clearly marked hiking trails that take visitors along to enjoy the clear desert vistas and towering majestic saguaros of this national park. While spring time and winter are some of the most beautiful and hospitable […]

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Zurich is very visitor-friendly and easy to navigate on foot. It’s well known as the world’s banking capital, but also a beautiful city on the water with a view of the Alps in the distance. Visitors can spend hours exploring Zurich’s picturesque winding cobblestone streets, window-shopping on Bahnhofstrasse (one of Europe’s most expensive shopping streets), […]

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A Babymoon is a great way for soon-to-be parents to plan a vacation getaway before the arrival of a baby. Like most babymoon planners, we wanted somewhere warm, relaxing, and ready to pamper. A cruise seemed to be the most laid-back and convenient getaway. Admittedly, we don’t consider ourselves as cruising type of travelers. We […]

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Nestled within the Santa Ynez Valley of San Barbara County is the Danish style town of Solvang, California. Translated to mean “Sunny Fields,” Solvang was founded in 1911 by a group of Danes who looked to escape the harsh winters of the Midwest. They settled 9,000 acres of a Mexican Land Grant next to the […]

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Santa Fe may not seem like a perfect choice for a family vacation, but Santa Fe can be equally enjoyable with kids. Passing through on a 6-state road trip, we were pleasantly surprised by the variety of kid-friendly activities in this gallery-hopping town. What To Do: Santa Fe Children’s Museum The museum houses an outdoor […]

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Perched above Los Angeles in Griffith Park with sweeping views from downtown, the westside to the heavens above, is the Griffith Observatory. Built in the early 1930s on part of the 3,000+ acres park given to the City of Los Angeles by Colonel Griffith J. Griffith, the observatory was built with funds from the Griffith […]

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Nested into the foothills above San Bernardino is the historic farming area of Oak Glen, California. Over the last 100 years the farms of Oak Glen have been home to some of the best apple orchards found in California. The area features the scenic, “5 mile loop” that skirts along the base of the mountains […]

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Understanding Exposure with Travel Photography Like other creative mediums, travel photography is about telling a story. You have to have something you want to say or something you want to express. Your camera is the tool that you use to express it. There are three settings on your camera that will affect the exposure. They […]

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