My guest today is a freelance journalist, photographer, videographer, and editor. Today Mary Charlebois and I discuss What Tourism Boards are Looking for When Working with a Travel Writer.
PUBLISHED BY ByWAYS MAGAZINE 06/18/19
Between Big Sur and Santa Barbara, CA Hwy 1 is open and ready for your visit*. California Central Coast destinations, businesses, lodging, and eateries have crafted the Highway 1 Discovery Route to help you get the most from your trip.
Explore an uncrowded and unspoiled region where wildlife, waves, wilderness, and wine rule the day, and where evenings are spent sipping the sundown from beach or hot tub.
As the sun sets, bird calls, monkey howls, and flamingo chatter diminish. Through the woods, atop wooden decks, canvas tents have an amber glow...
PUBLISHED 06/06/19 BY GoNOMAD
Elephants and giraffes stand about on the plaza.
Fountains, pools, and streams meander their way down the hillside through the middle of an outdoor mall...
PUBLISHED 05/30/19 BY MaryGo
..my first glamp-out on the Sonoma Serengeti
The sun had set. Bird calls, monkey howls, and flamingo chatter grew less frequent. Before closing the tent flaps, I sat on my deck cuddled in a blanket. Through the trees and brush, I could see an amber glow from other tents perched on tall platforms scattered about in the woodlands and beside the lake.
PUBLISHED 05/29/19 BY FORT BRAGG-MENDOCINO COAST PACKET
Mendocino is celebrating Pride Month. Mendocino Pride: Chasing the Rainbow Festival, runs Friday, June 21st through Sunday, June 23rd.
The three-day event includes wine tasting; a beach party and sandcastle contest; a Rainbow Express Train; a dance party in the Redwoods; brunch in Elk; Giraffe kisses, and other coastal adventures.
PUBLISHED 05/27/19 BY SHORT WEEKS-LONG WEEKENDS
Paso Robles is surrounded by undulating foothills. Vineyards, almond orchards, olive groves, oak woodlands, and chaparral quilt the landscape. The Santa Lucia Mountains rise to the west.
Paso is made for a long weekend exploring the historic town square and fertile countryside. Just off Hwy 101, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Paso is waiting for you t...
PUBLISHED 05/16/19 BY OAKLAND MAGAZINE
What is your fantasy staycation? Are you thinking of a vacation you’ll spend as a tourist in your own backyard? What does your no goaway getaway look like?
Would it be a 1500-acre luxury resort? Would it have sixteen food and dining options? How about music, art, history, nature?
PUBLISHED 05/06/19 BY NORTHWEST TRAVEL & LIFE MAGAZINE
You won’t just stumble upon Camassia Natural Area. You need to know the way. Tucked between two neighborhoods, a high school and Interstate 205, are 26 acres of exceptional ecological diversity and geological formations. In 1962, this area was ...
PUBLISHED 05/07/19 BY GoNOMAD
Less than three miles from the heart of the city, the San Francisco Presidio sits on the northern tip of the Peninsula. Today the magnificent property is part of the Golden Gate Recreation Area, a National Park. For over 200 years it was a military base...
PUBLISHED 04/06/19 BY THE TRAVEL 100
The staff at The Rose Hotel greets you like family at this luxurious, elegant, timeless and casual hotel in Pleasanton, California, a suburb of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Guest rooms are spacious, spotless and sublime. Soaking tubs...
PUBLISHED 05/01/19 BY FORT BRAGG-MENDOCINO COAST PACKET
It’s quiet, cool and green. Ducks are nesting in the Estuary. Osprey’s distinctive call announces their presence. A Raven’s caw echoes through the Redwoods. Egrets, herons, geese, hummingbirds, and songbirds add their melodies to the woodland soundtrack.
The creek is high and moving swiftly in places as it heads to...