If you love horses, or travel with someone who does, you might want to know about Rock Creek Pack Station.
I took off last May to drive their herd of 200 pack mules and horses from the lower pastures in the valley to the high corral in the Sierras where you can meet them, all summer long, for a guided, supported, and concierge-d pack trip into the deep wilderness of Yosemite National Park! Continue reading →
Mallorca – that tiny island 1 hour off of Barcelona – is home to Nadal’s tennis camp, seaside cliffs perfect for coasteering, crystal clear waters for kayaking, a marine preserve for snorkeling, and a colonial town full of charm.
Explore it all on a scooter with Vintage Tours Mallorca! Continue reading →
Fresh back from Monhegan Island in Maine, I find myself ruminating about OTHER places to unplug. Below is a short list – just a start really – but more importantly, maybe, here’s what I figured out makes for a good unplugging spot. On Monhegan, for example… Continue reading →
Only 3 hours south of Portland, tucked into one of Oregon’s most picturesque bays, sits the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Sleep overnight, enjoy their famous 7-course breakfasts, and maybe even meet the resident spook.
When you’re ready for YOUR one-of-a-kind adventure,
let Melanie at Rare Finds Travel handle all the details!
The sprawling Rua das Flores was originally the largest street in town – big enough to herd cattle down the middle and still allow pedestrians to walk alongside. This was Porto in its early Moorish days.
Today the flowers on this thoroughfare are mostly seen on the building facades in the varied and textured and colorful tile mosaics for which this city is famous. Continue reading →