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Hike the Na Pali Coast, Kauai

Hiking along the Na Pali Coast is the definition of Hawaii: raw beauty. Na Pali translates to ‘The Cliffs.’ Hiking along the Kalalau Trail will make you feel small beside the sheer ridges that drop thousands of feet. No road … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Preserve, Saugerties Hike

Spring is in the air! There is nothing better for the body and soul than to take a hike. A perfectly scenic spot is Falling Waters Preserve [Intersection of Dominican Lane + York St, Glasco NY]. Check out the trail … Continue reading

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Mohawk Landing Nature Preserve, Rexford Hike

I love surprises. I plan a lot, so it’s rare when something pleasantly unexpected pops up. Driving down scenic River Road I was swooning from the view of the Mohawk River. We passed by the entrance to the Mohawk Landing … Continue reading

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Waipi’o Valley, Big Island Hawaii

Similar to the south section of Big Island, the north is remote, rural, peaceful. The big draw of the north is the view of striking Waipi’o Valley [Hwy. 240 west to Kukuihaele – the road comes to a dead end … Continue reading

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Hilo Parks: Liliuokalani Gardens, Coconut Island, & Wailoa River

Want to take an early morning stroll, have some extra time before dinner? There are some lovely little parks right in the city of Hilo for your enjoyment. If you have some extra time between your big events of the … Continue reading

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How to spend a day in Zion National Park

This November I went on an absurd road trip starting in Las Vegas, all the way around Utah, through Arizona and ending at the Grand Canyon. It was exhausting, it was glorious, and it was everything in between. Our first … Continue reading

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Harvard Bridge and The Charles River Esplanade, Best of Boston

When I’m traveling I love getting to some vantage point where I can see the skyline, the heartbeat of the city. The best place to do that in Boston was from the center of Harvard Bridge [Massachusetts Ave and Beacon … Continue reading

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