Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur Coast, California. This state park is named after Julia Pfeiffer Burns, a well respected pioneer woman in the Big Sur country. The park stretches from the Big Sur coastline into nearby 3,000-foot ridges. It features an 80-foot waterfall that drops from granite cliffs into the ocean from the Overlook Trail. A panoramic view of the ocean and miles of rugged coastline is available from the higher elevations along the trails. Big Sur California, Beaches, Favorite Places, States Parks, The Ocean, Beautiful Places, Roads Trips, Bigsur, Roadtrip
O.co Coliseum, Oakland, CA.
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The black hole
Oakland Raiders Stadium... one day i will go to a football game here
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Oakland Coliseum -- Oakland Raiders football
Kauaihawaii, Sea Cave
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The Buttes - Phoenix, AZ
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The Buttes Resort pool Phoenix, Arizona
If you ever get tired of the bitter cold, come to the Southwest for the best weather. The Buttes, a Marriott Resort -- The Buttes' pool is one of the Southwest’s largest free-form swimming pools (the length of a football field) built on a natural mountainside.
The Butte’s pool -Tempe, A Paul Family Fave.
The Buttes - Phoenix, AZ #hotels #phoenix #travel
Top 10 North American Wine Destinations - Yakima Valley, Washington Yakima Valley Good life and great wines are what this area is all about. Yakima Valley is the oldest wine making area in Washington State. Over 50 vintners call this valley home and with so many wine makers in the area there is a large variety of wines to choose from. The Yakima Valley wine region primarily produces red wines. Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-u-s-wine-destinations.php#ixzz2Ow437gCd
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I Love Napa Wine Country!
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On my bucket list of places to visit...
napa valley california- want to go on a wine tasting tour in Napa Valley
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New Orleans- on the vacation bucket list :)
French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana...my favorite place to visit!!!
I've actually stayed there for Mardi Gras - 2nd Story Balcony to the left. Best Mardi Gras in New Orleans EVER.
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur Coast, California. This state park is named after Julia Pfeiffer Burns, a well respected pioneer woman in the Big Sur country. The park stretches from the Big Sur coastline into nearby 3,000-foot ridges. It features an 80-foot waterfall that drops from granite cliffs into the ocean from the Overlook Trail. A panoramic view of the ocean and miles of rugged coastline is available from the higher elevations along the trails.
Big Sur, California
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One of my favorite places - Burns State Park, Big Sur, California
I will see you very soon! #2013travellist #bigsur
Big Sur, California - beautiful place!
Julia P Burns State Park, Big Sur, California. Beautiful! Next roadtrip please.
Cliff's and beach at Burns State Park ~ Big Sur, California USA
Big Sur, California. Next road trip!
Burns State Park, Big Sur, California Love. The. Ocean.
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Ride horses off into the sunset at these great family-friendly dude ranches.It’s a little past dawn as you and your family lead horses through a still-damp Colorado meadow, the awakening sun turning distant mountains a gorgeous shade of purple. The Continental Divide appears, and soon you arrive at a dramatic overlook, the Western wilderness stretched out before you. You dismount to find breakfast sizzling over a charcoal fire, and chow down in awestruck wonder. Riding horses at a dude ranch is one of the West’s iconic experiences, and the Latigo Ranch in Kremmling, CO, has been saddling up families for the past 82 years. But Latigo’s hardly the only one. Dude ranches exist all over America, offering the opportunity to combine a trip into the great outdoors with some quality family time. Dude, of course, is the original slang for “city slicker,” and dude ranches’ collective history dates back to the 1880s, when families who’d recently moved out west would invite friends to visit their cattle ranches. Once the practice spread, thanks to the expansion of the railroad (and the enthusiasm of visitors), ranch owners realized they’d better start charging for room and board. The business model proved so successful that many converted their cattle operations into guest ranches in the early 1900s—a tradition that continues today. “It’s one of the last vacations out there where you get to relax and not be so plugged in,” says Colleen Hodson, executive director of the Dude Ranchers’ Association (DRA). And indeed, a number of ranches, including Wyoming’s premier A Bar A, purposely leave TVs and phones out of their guests’ otherwise well-outfitted rooms. “We are all about riding and getting to know the outdoors,” says longtime manager Justin Howe. By definition, a dude ranch is a family-friendly guest ranch offering horseback riding, though only DRA members—those that have undergone the DRA’s rigorous three-year horse-safety program—are certified as such. Historically, their emphasis has been squarely on horses, and that’s still true of most on our list, including the exceptionalHideout at Flitner Ranch, in Shell, WY, which offers all the riding you could want, plus the rare opportunity to do actual cattle work, such as herding cows to new pastures. But according to Hodson, the newest trend is ranch resorts, among them Montana’s spectacular Ranch at Rock Creek, where getting away no longer means roughing it—in any way. Instead, the focus is on pure relaxation, whether it’s fly-fishing, spa treatments, or riding. All ranches are, like any business, driven by the bottom line. Still, there’s something grand and ineffable about what the best of them offer: a quintessential experience of the American frontier, whose reality and myths have obsessed Americans—and a great portion of the world’s citizens—for centuries. One look at the relaxed, tuned-in faces of your kids after a week in the wild and you realize how very important these places are.
America's Best Dude Ranches - Love to take my girls on a Dude Ranch vacation
America's Best Dude Ranches - Articles | Travel + Leisure. I'm putting all 13 on my bucket list.
Dream vacation would definitely be a dude ranch. One where they let you work, not the new resort dude ranches. :) Not my comment, but I totally agree.
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Hotel Caruso, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Pool at Hotel Caruso provides visitors with spectacular rocky cliffs overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. The pool is situated on a clifftop 1,000 feet above sea level.... Bucket list
This could go under Dream Home too : )
Hotel Caruso, Ravello, Italy - Pool at Hotel Caruso provides visitors with spectacular rocky cliffs overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. The pool is situated on a clifftop 1,000 feet above sea level
One of dream places to go.... One day!!
...my dream vacation