Enchantment Resort & Spa in Sedona wakes your senses upon entering the gated grounds. One can easily see why in-the-know organizations pick this site for small meetings, incentives, or corporate retreats. It is an ideal secluded destination, self-contained, that offers everything you want and need in amenities for meetings and […]
Articles written by: Norman E. Hill
The Phillip Island side tour started off our Australian excursion. Over a brief two days, I experienced several enjoyable tour attractions. Teamed with a variety of meeting planners, our goal was to discover why Phillip Island is an ideal destination for a pre- or post-trip. Our guide was a dynamic young woman, Sara Bell.
On the outside, Hof Weissbad features the traditional, majestic gabled roof commonly found in Swiss architecture. But the inside of the hotel is decorated with a dazzling, modern decor, with attractive glass-enclosed elevators. When our group from the IFWTWA arrived, we were pleasantly surprised…
Recently I took a trip to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona. Partly from observation and partly through an excellent guide, I enjoyed the trip beyond my expectations.
For some years, as lobster fishing stabilized and other industries deteriorated, Portland’s fortunes deteriorated along with them. The area along its downtown coastal streets was considered quite unsafe after dark. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, a son of Portland, may have turned over in his proverbial grave.
Even with 300+million population, the USA is so vast a country there are still fascinating areas that are relatively unknown to most other regions. One of these sites is the Temecula Valley and the town of Temecula in southwest Riverside County, California. “Temecula” means “sunshine…
Let’s face it—the Copper Canyon (Barranca del Cobre) is not listed as one of the seven (or whatever number) wonders of the world—but it should be. Actually composed of six canyons, it’s at least four times the size of the world-famous Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, and, at many points, is about 1000 feet deeper than Arizona’s Grand Canyon.
During my very pleasant experience in visiting the fascinating Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock, Vermont, I somehow felt that I was on a mini-tour of the entire state.