In Living Color: B&Bs with Spectacular Foliage Views and Great Fall Specials
After August comes Autumn, and although some travelers may be sad to see summer go, others are excited to enter the most colorful season of the year. When fall foliage is in full swing, social media sites become overloaded with images of picture-perfect landscapes, and there are plenty of B&B’s where photography buffs and nature lovers alike can find their bliss. Here are a handful to get you started.
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to raft underneath one of the highest suspension bridges in the world? Have you and your friends been planning on taking a vacation and want something more exciting than just laying on the same old beach? Well, in terms of raw entertainment, rafting the Arkansas River in Colorado through Royal Gorge is the best distraction from the typical daily grind you and your friends may every experience.
When temperatures reach 90 degrees and above (as they have all across the counntry this week) it’s time to escape to the cool breezes of a dreamy mountain and lakeside B&B to beat the summer heat!
As the heat index rises so too does travelers’ intolerance for uncomfortable travel and steamy summer locals. The search for cooler destinations in magnificent locations becomes top priority during peak summer, and there are plenty of B&B’s situated in mountainous and lakeside regions that definitely fit the bill. Here are a few great properties to check out and check into when planning your next great summer escape.
Moab Trail Reviews: Best Biking Trails in Utah for Beginners and Pros Alike
Any serious mountain biker will always have the Utah city of Moab on their list of must-visit destinations. Moab features some of the most impressive mountain biking trails, with many awe-inspiring vantage points and spectacular panoramic views. Before you pack up your bike rack, here are some top picks of the best biking trails for your first Moab trip.
Winter 2015 has to be one for the record books with huge snow storms and frigid temperatures whipping across the country. But it’s not all bad news. Remember the thrill you had as a kid when you could run out in the snow and play? Now with winter school vacation just days away, there’s a new attraction that is sure to light up smiles on every face, old and young!
Ice Castles have sprung up across America thanks to a very imaginative Utah-based visionary.
Now that fall temperatures have started to cool and Colorado landscapes are turning to gold, it’s a wonderful time for some high-altitude hiking to hot springs in Colorado. Colorado is blessed with an abundance of scenic hiking trails to tease you into the mountains, but none so compelling as hikes that lead to soothing hot springs. What could be a better prize at the end of an energetic hike than to throw off your hiking boots and splash your way into the relaxing waters of a bubbling hot spring? Here for your daydreams then are 5 Colorado hikes that lead to wonderful hot springs pools.
This year why not let someone else do the driving while you sit back and relax with nothing to disturb your leaf-peeping revelry. We’ve pulled together a guide to America’s favorite rail journeys that travel past the country’s most stunning fall foliage vistas. Whether you have one day to spare or a week, here are the best train routes for doing some serious leaf peeping.
From New England, to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the narrow gauge rails of the west, there’s spectacular foliage scenery all along the way.
Spectacular Fireworks in Unexpected Cities That Make A Great 4th of July Getaway.
The Fourth of July is celebrated annually by enjoying some of America’s favorite pastimes, like barbeques, baseball games, and fireworks. While major cities are famous for illuminating their skylines, BnBFinder has sought out the nation’s best small town pyrotechnic celebrations. So this Independence Day, beat the crowds and enjoy the relaxed charm of these all-American destinations.
Like most people, you’re probably trying to save money – especially if a getaway to a place like beautiful Vail, Colorado, is on your radar. But that doesn’t mean you can’t pamper yourself when you get off the mountain side. Vail can be an expensive town, but if you know where to look, its resorts are filled with spas that do offer great deals. Vail is filled with luxury spas that are within financial reach of the average person. Here are some of our favorites:
It’s not too late to plan a sensational Valentines Day! Whether you’re celebrating as a couple, as a family, or even on your own, we’ve got inspirational suggestions for making this year’s Valentine’s Day one you will remember for years to come.
Here are exciting and imaginative – unique ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year:
Insider Tips on Yellowstone National Park from a Montana Native:Part Two At the Lodge Welcome back to the Park! I’m sure you’ve been enjoying yourselves so far, but there’s a lot more to see and do at Yellowstone National Park—including at the lodge itself. After a long first day of sight seeing and hiking, you’re […]
Yellowstone is Unbelievable, Even if You’ve Seen It More Than Once – A Local’s Insider Tips for Visiting Yellowstone National Park, From a Montana Native– Part One 2012 is the 140th anniversary of Yellowstone National Park, the place we Montanans call “Colter’s Hell.” This name was given to it in honor of the adventurer who […]
The world’s great high-country drives offer unparalleled scenery through the windshield. From the bear-prowled highlands of America’s Northern Rockies to the glacier-thick buttresses of New Zealand’s backbone, mountain roads are rich in scenery—and, with sheer drop-offs, avalanche delays, and tempestuous weather often the norm, a fair sprinkle of danger. Here are five glorious high-elevation routes—but […]
Some concert aficionados appreciate more than just whatever band or artist is on stage at the moment. Sometimes it is about the venue itself. It’s not strictly about acoustics either. An argument can be made that a true concert experience is the atmosphere of the venue and the surroundings. No matter how far technology has […]
Not all of us want to escape the cold, now do we? Wicked Good Travel Tips has already touched on Quebec City, but for those who are looking to linger in the winter, here are a few can’t miss travel suggestions :
Sure, east coast skiing gets you sliding over snow, but when you get tired of the ice and slop, follow the words of Horatio Alger and go west! Western mountains and ski areas have a variety of snow conditions, terrain and apres-ski activities. When you are ready to get some snow and slope-side action this […]
Here’s our list of fantastic restaurant week celebrations across the country for 2012. Just when the winter doldrums have set in, cities across the country want to entice you to get off the couch and experience some memorable meals with friends. Restaurant weeks typically offer 3 course lunches and dinners at a fraction of the […]
The best bachelor parties are fueled by friendship and charged with a heavy dose of the unexpected. With that said, there are a few logistics to consider. The best bachelor party weekend getaways — what some refer to as stag weekends — should be held in a place where the guest of honor feels completely free to relax. That means somewhere that has plenty of amenities and no transportation hassles.
College towns are some of the most interesting and unique destinations around. There are many quirky college towns in the U.S. that go sadly overlooked as vacationing destinations. These three college towns offer drastically different sights and attractions and can each make for a wonderful family vacation or a personal retreat.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to have a fun skiing vacation. HostelBookers.com has lodges and hostels well located near some of the big USA ski runs. Some of our ski vacation lodges even have Jacuzzis, hot tubs and shared kitchens so you can have even more fun in your accommodation without the need […]