There are plenty of hotels in California, but resorts feel more special — places with such fun, awesome and indulgent accommodation and activities that you don’t ever really need to leave.
Summiting a peak higher than 14,000 feet (a 14er, if you will), is a bucket list accomplishment for any savvy hiker.
It’s off to well-appointed yurts and restored caravans you go!
Northern California has a lot on offer — and travelers in SF are well-placed to reach most of it.
Los Angeles and San Francisco – California’s two primary metropolitan jewels – couldn’t be more different.
Living in Los Angeles can feel like a road trip in and of itself — friends live on the East Side but you’re based in Venice? Expect a two-hour drive, and don’t forget to hit the road with plenty of snacks and water.