Category Archives: Hotels & Destinations

Northern Lights (Edmonton)

Near the center of Alberta, Edmonton is the provincial capital and, with nearly 1 million residents, the sixth largest city in Canada. Edmonton sits in a river valley on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.

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A Package Deal (Tempe)

As the home of Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe is a young town with a vibrant nightlife in its Mill Avenue District of over 100 restaurants and shops within six blocks.

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Allure Of Aloha: Kauai

Blanketed in brilliant shades of green, Hawaii’s “Island of Discovery” lures visitors with lush mountains, cascading waterfalls, secluded beaches and verdant grottos.

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Snapshot: Utah Valley

Utah Valley is defined by the nature that surrounds it. To the north and east are the giant snow-capped Wasatch Mountains—a looming backdrop that dwarfs the communities lying at their base.

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Your Next “Must Do” Meeting Destination

At the divide between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains, Denver’s geography sets it apart from most convention destinations. The snow-capped mountains paint a different backdrop for the city each season, but their towering majesty is humbling.

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Perfect Timing (Puerto Vallarta)

A burgeoning resort of international standard, the most popular cruise port on the Mexican Riviera, and one of Mexico’s top culinary destinations, Puerto Vallarta still maintains the beauty and romance of a traditional Mexican village.

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Beach Beauties (Dana Point)

Named for 19th-century runaway sailor and Harvard-educated author Richard Henry Dana—who wrote Two Years Before the Mast in 1840, chronicling his youthful adventures along the California coast—Dana Point has a long maritime tradition. Dana called it “the only romantic spot in California.”

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