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Awesome hotels that are affordably priced can be amazingly hard to come by. Especially in big cities like Portland, Oregon. Luckily, the Ace Hotel Portland fits the bill on both notes. Located in the old Clyde Hotel building in downtown...
The folks behind Whole Larder Love know the importance of eating and using what the land naturally provides. The blog itself discusses one family's attempts at better using the things around them. It follows their adventures hunting, fishing, harvesting fruit and...
It’s not hard to find a quality hotel in the City of Angles but it can be hard to find one with all of the charm and quirk of a high-class country cottage. That is exactly where the Farmer’s Daughter Hotel comes in.
The best thing about The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is its absolutely perfect location – steps away from Lake Louise, one of the most beautiful lakes in Canada, and in the middle of Banff National Park (also part of a larger UNESCO World Heritage Site). If the beauty of the natural surroundings isn’t enough, then the hotel itself certainly will be.
The absolute best hotel in San Francisco for the environmentally-minded traveler, the Good Hotel is designed to put as small of an impact on the environment as possible.
Looking for a totally awesome hotel in Midtown Manhattan that has its own completely unique brand of style and comfort? Then look no farther than the Ace Hotel.
While it’s nothing like the world-renowned Whistler Blackcomb ski resort only a few hours’ drive to the north, Washington State’s Mount Baker and Mt. Baker Ski Area provide some of the best snowboarding in the Pacific Northwest.
The best ski resort for snowboarding is the one you happen to be carving lines in on any given day. A day of snowboarding is 100 percent better than a day of sitting on your couch pondering or reading about the best resort. Outside of that simple rule, however, there are a few resorts that excel beyond all others. Since riders differ as to their tastes, we’ve kept things loose, focusing on resorts that are good for freeriding, park and pipe, or both. While we’re a bit biased to our North American base, we’ve tried to cover all corners of the world, including the winter-in-summer Southern Hemisphere. Bottom line: You’re unlikely to have a bad day at any of these worldly hot spots.
Pow Mow, as it’s called by locals and loyals, is a huge mass of rolling bowls, plummeting valleys and perfectly spaced trees tucked away in the small, sleepy town of Eden. It comprises close to 5,000 acres of terrain accessible to day skiers, making it one of the largest resorts in North America.
Like every mountain, Whistler Blackcomb conceals its fair share of secrets, maintained albeit, by its fierce army of local loyalists, and Whistler veterans. But do not despair. Unlocking these hidden gems isn't so much about joining forces as it is about taking chances and pushing the boundaries
Nestled in the shadow of Mt Blanc (Europe’s highest mountain), Chamonix has been attracting thrill seekers for nearly two centuries. The peaks around here are like nowhere else on Earth: sheer faces, tumbling glaciers and pinnacles of rock dominate the view on either side of the famous valley. Not for nothing is this place hailed as the capital of the Alps, and indeed ‘Cham’ (as it’s known to the locals) is as cosmopolitan as most capital cities, the adopted home to climbers and wintersports lovers from across the world.