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Riding the Rails: relics of the railroad offer a glimpse into regional heritage

A well-groomed, peaceful pathway leads ‘over the river and through the wood,’ quietly beckoning us to follow. Into the distance we’ll peddle through scenic meadows and canopied forest, leaving the urban landscape behind. Like countless trains that once chugged along … Continue reading

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Highland Lakes: a gem of the Texas Hill Country

During the second week of April, the town of Burnet, officially designated bluebonnet capital of Texas, hosts an annual bluebonnet festival. But besides the spring festivities and a highly anticipated extravaganza of blooming fields of blue (red poppies and Indian … Continue reading

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A Grand Event and Great Stays in the Grand Canyon State

Grand Canyon National Park celebrates its centennial with events throughout 2019 and a birthday party on February 26—its opening date a hundred years ago. L’Auberge de Sedona is marking the anniversary year with a three-night package that includes aerial and … Continue reading

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Driver development: Fast Track to the Fast Lane

  Want a taste of the pulse-pounding speed and adrenaline rush that race-car drivers relish? That’s what three members of my family enjoyed during a recent session at Porsche’s Experience Center. Read more in Business Jet Traveler.

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Heart of Switzerland: Alpine Hiking and Adventure

The cheery green and yellow Wengernalp Railway climbs its steep alpine route, and our sense of adventure heightens as the cogwheels hug an increasingly vertical slope. It’s a blue-sky autumn day, perfect for our travel to the car-free village of … Continue reading

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