Most people think of the Big Apple, but Saratoga Springs is New York’s hidden gem.
Sunny, beautiful, Santa Fe! It’s often voted one of the best cities in the US for weather, so it’s a great place to visit any time of the year.
Enjoy the programs put on by the Santa Fe School of Cooking, where you can take cooking classes, and cultural cuisine tours. Combine your love of cooking and history for the Half Day Santa Fe Food and History Walking Tour!
Canyon Road is famed for its’ art, and there’s even a walking tour to guide you to all the best artisan hotspots. For something a little more immersive, check out Meow Wolf, “House of Eternal Return,” the permanent interactive walk-through art installation created by a collaborative of young artists. It’s a must-see!
Culturally, there is just so much to explore in this Southwestern City. Don’t miss the International Museum of Folk Art, where you can learn all about the indigenous cultures of the Southwest, and others around the world. Listen to the sweet sounds of the Santa Fe Opera under the stars – their Opera house is one of a kind!
So whether you’re strolling down Canyon Road, or attending a gala event at an art exhibition, remember, it’s all about style!
I love this desert city in the sun – here are some of my favorite things to do in Tucson, Arizona!
The first thing you’ll want to do is explore the beautiful desert landscape. Start at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum! It’s almost 100 acres featuring an aquarium, a zoo, a botanical garden and more. Be sure to take a hike in the Sabino Canyon, and enjoy the many trails through the beautiful arid scenery.
Tucson has been called a “mini-mecca for the arts,” so you don’t want to miss our on the vibrant art scene. The Philabaum Glass Gallery Studio will be open all summer long, Don’t miss the Tucson Museum of Art, and there is even a guide to all the murals in the city, which you can view by clicking here.
Escape the heat with a visit to Tucson’s most beloved Gaslight Theatre! Fabulous, entertaining shows in a historic venue. My friend Susan Claassen started The Invisible Theatre, and it’s now highly respected – don’t miss it! If you want some more history, consider the Historic Biking Tour! There are so many ways to enjoy this beautiful Southwest city – what are you waiting for?
Whether you’re hiking the top of a Southwest mountain, or attending a theatre show, remember, it’s all about style!
From the beautiful Sawtooth Mountains to the winding canyons, Idaho is a beautiful state to explore if you love the outdoors. Sun Valley, Idaho is a great town to vacation in during the summer.
The hot summer days and cool nights are a great escape from the humidity of the East Coast and the South. You’ll have easy access to recreation, and activities such as horseback riding and camping. You can even rent a paddle-boat to explore Sun Valley Lake!