From history, to dining, to shopping and cruisin’ Route 66, this travel snapshot offers the best of what to eat, see & do in Flagstaff.
The wild west of the gold rush days lives in Williams, Arizona. The small town is just outside the Grand Canyon, mixed with the 1950s kitsch of the glory days of Route 66 and the days of the old west. I discovered Williams by searching […]
Nothing like a cozy fire in a 300-year-old tavern to make Sunday brunch perfect at America’s oldest Inn, The Beekman Arms (6387 Mill Street, Rhinebeck). This upstate eatery has been standing, proudly and historically at the center of action in this artsy village for centuries. […]
Etched in the Mother Road are the stories of the fascinating women of Route 66 who paved their own path along the 2400 mile stretch of road during its broken history. Women of the past and the present, each of them blazing their own trail […]
There’s a magical place in the middle of Arizona that boasts a colorful painted desert. The Petrified Forest is part of the National Park Service and just may be my favorite park outside of the Grand Canyon. After all, where else can you truly walk […]