A Perfect Storm in the Sea of Cortez

The kayak in front of us climbed up the face of a steep six foot swell and disappeared down the other side. My heart pounded, my stomach churned, and I couldn’t help but think of the movie, The Perfect Storm. Remember that fateful scene with the fishing boat, the Andrea Gail, trying to make it … Continued

Las Vegas: The Secrets Behind the Curtains

By Richard Bangs There is no place on the planet with such a nimiety of magic. Every stage, every song, every bite and brew, every light is so sufficiently perfected as to be indistinguishable from sorcery. So, what goes on behind the curtains here? How do they do it? I decided to find out, and … Continued

Escape LA: Loreto, Mexico’s Hidden Oasis

Off the Sea of Cortez lies a very special place, one that is quite hard to find in a world where once such spots of natural beauty are discovered they quickly become tourist meccas with little peace in site. But Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto just south of Loreto, Mexico along with … Continued

Falafels and foodie culture: Dining out in Jerusalem

You may not know, but Israel is a wonderland when it comes to casual and fine dining. Jerusalem, the cultural capital of the country, offers an array of tastes to suit even the most selective of eaters. Step into a blend of innovative and contemporary with Armenian, Kurdish, Arabic and Jewish influences. If dining out … Continued

Gathering for Valentine’s Day: #SinglesInAmerica

The Saturday of Valentine’s Weekend, I gathered some of my best girlfriends to listen to the match.com livestream that happened at “The Rickey at Dream Midtown” with Carole Radziwill and Dr. Helen Fisher. I had watched Dr. Fisher’s TED Talk  and was excited to hear her speak about dating.  She is a Biological Anthropologist, a Senior … Continued

Baklava by the beach: Israel’s seaside

There’s so much to see, taste and experience in Israel but one of the definite highlights is the country’s abundant beaches and seaside towns; it is blessed to be surrounded by three different bodies of water: The Mediterranean, Dead sea and Red sea. During her 2015 journey, Lisa Niver discovered some of the best places to stay … Continued

American road trip: Helicopters and food hacks

Lisa and the gang left South Dakota with a bang… and a helicopter ride! The Badlands of South Dakota are a designated national park and close to 65,000 acres act as a wilderness area for the re-introduction of endangered species. After hopping onto a tour with Black Hills Aerial Adventures, Lisa was on her way to … Continued

Stockholm

STOCKHOLM GETAWAY: A 3-DAY ITINERARY FOR ROMANCE

As originally featured on the website Hilton Mom Voyage By Lisa Grabelle Move over Paris and Venice — Stockholm, Sweden redefines European romance! While we love traveling with our kids, my husband and I relish an occasional couples-only getaway! After spending a few glorious days “kids-free” in wonderful Copenhagen, for Part Two of our romantic … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel