Sarah Robertson

The Home Of The King

Nestled in 14 acres of secluded Tennessee grounds, the Memphis Graceland Mansion was bought by The King of Rock ‘n Roll when he was just 22 and remained his home for the rest of his life. A tour of the estate, which offers in-depth insight into his life, attracts around half a million Elvis Presley …

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Santa Monica Sea, Surf & Sand

While cruising down the palm fringed Beverley Hills Drive in a flashy cabriolet may spring to mind when one thinks of getting around Greater Los Angeles, the area is less well known for its extensive and efficient public transport system, which is an inexpensive way for a tourist to explore the area. Skipping the notorious …

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Five Foods To Try In New Orleans

The city of New Orleans in Louisiana is famous not only as the birthplace of jazz but as the home of Cajun and Creole cuisine, whose unique flavors are built on traditions stretching from Paris to Port au Prince and from Cadiz to the Congo. With over 1 400 restaurants in the city, and dozens …

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Capital of Spring

While Japan springs to mind when one thinks of cherry blossoms and one can never sever the association between tulips and The Netherlands, there is a much closer to home destination that holds its own as an international flower viewing destination… Washington D.C., whose wintery landscapes transform into a sea of pink and white blossoms …

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Uncovering Secrets Of Espionage

Not only is Washington the seat of US government but it is also the home to the FBI and CIA. When visiting the “Capital of Espionage” we highly recommend that you set aside some time to visit the International Spy Museum, which pulls back the curtain on the world of secrets. The museum was expanded …

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If You Like Pina Coladas…

If you like Pina Coladas, the vibrant Caribbean island of Puerto Rico, where the famous cocktail was invented, is the place for you. As a US Territory is also easy to visit, as passports are not required for US citizens. The Pina Colada is believed to have been born in the mid 1900s in the …

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Escaping LA On A Harley

After a week of intense client meetings in Los Angeles I needed a break from both work and the rat race. Wanting to feel the wind in my hair and see the countryside outside The Big Orange, I made a plan to explore by bike – but not just any bike – it had to …

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A Wild Horse Encounter

I woke up early, excited to explore the area that we were staying in for the weekend, but everyone was, as usual, still asleep. Slipping on a rain jacket and walking shoes I slipped out of the guest house and walked into the village. It was a cold, misty morning and most of the shops …

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Alluring Aruba

Aruba is situated about 12 miles off the Venezuelan peninsula. A small island, it is only twenty miles long and six miles in width. With its dry and sunny climate all year round it is also a popular stopover for Caribbean cruises. Joining the guys on their weekend golfing trip to the Island, we flew …

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Super Bowl Weekend In Tijuana

It was Super Bowl weekend in America so a group of us decided to escape the football madness and drive to nearby Mexican border town, Tijuana, for two days. While many destinations are still off limits due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Mexico is still “open for fun”. We left Los Angeles and two hours later …

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