By Linnea Covington, Forbes Travel Guide — The holiday season is upon us, which means that it’s time to start thinking about where you can go to soak in some Christmas cheer. Whether you’re looking for a grand vacation packed with fun or a cozy cottage escape perfect for silent night snuggles, these delightful destinations have got just the thing
Posts from November 2017
By Allison Entrekin, USA Today — It’s no secret that family ski trips take a lot of work. There are lift tickets to purchase and poles to carry, chair lifts to navigate and trail maps to argue over. And if you’ve ever tried to help a bundled-up child rush to the bathroom, you know skiing with kids has its challenges. So why do families do it?
By Joe Baur, Room5 — Thanks to their unforgettable hospitality, exquisite breakfast and memorable service, these hotels are being celebrated by the guests who have stayed there and felt compelled to share their positive experience with the world. Exceptional ratings form past guests have crowned these hotels as winners of the trivago Awards 2018.
By Jill K. Robinson, San Francisco Chronicle — At the end of a day of skiing at Brighton Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon, I’m worried that my husband and I might be late to pick up our 8-year-old daughter from her ski-school lesson. Despite her eagerness to take a daylong class, there’s a little bit of guilt that comes from dropping her off and
WEST JORDAN, Utah – November 14, 2017 – Salt Lake County announced a new 10-year partnership with Mountain America Credit Union. As part of the naming rights agreement, as negotiated by Salt Lake County contractor, Superlative, South Towne Expo Center will be marketed as Mountain America Expo Center starting January 1, 2018. The venue will remain