The Willows – Palm Springs Paradise

November 15th, 2015By Kim Calvert

Palm Springs is known for its mid-century modern architecture, celebrities, golf tournaments and trendy venues, but one of its greatest assets is a historic hotel.

Seventeen Singulars in Cambria

November 1st, 2015By Kim Calvert

SingularCity gets together for a weekend in a charming village on California’s Central Coast and what happened in Cambria should definitely not stay in Cambria.

Costa Rica – The Edible Landscape Tour

October 12th, 2015By Jim Cornfield

Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge in Costa Rica offers an elegant, earthy and unique experience for single travelers who are adventurous foodies.

Amsterdam – The Capital of Cool

September 27th, 2015By Kim Calvert

Progressive, peaceful, rich in cultural history and a flair for the wildly creative makes Amsterdam a travel adventure must.

Single in Seattle

August 31st, 2015By Amy Bender

I have vacation time, extra cash, but no travel partner. What’s a single girl to do? Wait for someone to show up with roses and airline tickets? Never!

Cambria – A California Classic

August 10th, 2015By Kim Calvert

Beautiful coastline, forested hills, acres of wildflowers, delicious cuisine, artisan boutiques and wine tasting galore. Cambria is California − country style.

Cuba – Oh So Close But Still Forbidden

August 1st, 2015By

Cuba has been off limits to American travelers since Kennedy clashed with Castro. But with Cuba’s new embassy in Washington, D.C. it won’t be long until borders open.

Discovering America in North Korea

June 15th, 2015By

My trip to North Korea taught me that the best way to learn about another country (and more about my own) was to go there and see it for myself.