Meet Me in Miami

September 1st, 2019By Kim Calvert

Miami and Los Angeles are both famous for their iconic beach city culture, but they’re much further apart than the 2,733 miles that lie between them.

Traveling Alone — Together

August 28th, 2019By Anita Covic

Like to travel but don’t want to go on your own? TripTogether.com connects solo travelers with fellow adventurers who have similar destination interests.

Riding the Rails with the Cumbres & Toltec

August 19th, 2019By Kim Calvert

A coal-powered steam locomotive was once the way to get there fast. It’s not the fastest any longer, but remains one of the best ways to enjoy the journey.

Alaska – A Walk on the Wild Side

August 4th, 2017By Carl Paradise

America’s largest state is brimming with wildlife, breathtaking vistas, ancient glaciers and friendly folk who prefer life untamed.

Get Your Cowboy on at Tanque Verde Ranch

July 6th, 2017By Barbara Bloom

Whether a seasoned equestrian or a novice cowpoke, the Tanque Verde Ranch outside of Tucson Arizona will keep single travelers pampered, entertained and well fed.

Nashville – City of Dreams

July 18th, 2016By Kim Calvert

There are certain cities where creativity seems to flourish and people believe their dreams really can come true — Nashville is one of them.

Utah Road Trip Adventure

April 4th, 2016By Kim Calvert

Discover the joys of a scenic Utah highway adventure that weaves its way through the stunning national parks known as the Mighty Five.

Welcome to the Redneck Riviera

March 1st, 2016By Barbara Bloom

It’s not as stylish as Saint Tropez, but this Alabama Gulf Coast vacation destination offers stunning beaches and a sweet slice of American pie, Southern style.