Destinations

Explore Sedona: Land of Enchantment

An eight-hour drive from Calabasas or short plane flight from L.A., Sedona offers a feast for the senses. Located just two hours from the Grand Canyon to the north and Phoenix to the south, this land of enchantment is a world away from ordinary. The first things you’ll notice are the majestic, red rock formations […]

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Welcome to Moab

Utah’s Gateway to Adventure For spectacular red-rock adventures, visit Moab. Utah’s gateway city features two breathtaking national parks, Canyonlands and Arches. It’s about a 13-hour drive from Los Angeles, so plan to stop along the way. After arriving in eastern Utah, travel south from Highway 70 towards Highway 191. You’ll pass exits to various dinosaur […]

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Experiencing the Grandeur or Zion

Utah’s First National Park There’s no time like the present to experience one of Mother Earth’s most splendid creations, Zion National Park in Southwest Utah. Stunning red rock towers dotted by fragrant pines beckon outdoor lovers of all ages. Whether you rent an RV, overnight at the comfy Zion National Park Lodge, camp beneath a […]

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Exploring Downtown San Diego

From the glistening waterfront to the historic Gaslamp Quarter, downtown San Diego sparkles 24 hours a day. This dynamic city offers a variety of stellar hotels, restaurants, and attractions to keep visitors returning for more. Stroll through the enchanting Gaslamp Quarter, 16 blocks of lively shops, restaurants, bars, and Victorian charm. Tour the town in […]

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Feel Like Royalty at Monarch Beach Resort

Monarch Bay’s rolling hills, fragrant with sagebrush and Manzanita, were once a breeding ground for the regal monarch butterfly. Today, one of the area’s most prominent playgrounds, Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point makes guests feel like royalty. Overlooking the spectacular Pacific Ocean, this AAA Five-Diamond award-winning resort boasts a range of sensational activities from […]

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Kona Kai

A Slice of Heaven on San Diego’s Sunny Shelter Island Since 1959, Kona Kai Resort & Spa has catered to celebrities, families, spa-goers, and sun worshippers alike on San Diego’s tropically inspired Shelter Island. The resort lies away from the hustle and bustle, yet close to the area’s major attractions, including Sea World, Balboa Park’s […]

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A Touch of Tranquility in San Diego: Rancho Bernardo Inn

If rejuvenating spa treatments and exquisite meals made from ingredients sustainably sourced from private gardens sounds like nirvana, send body and soul to the Rancho Bernardo Inn located in northeast San Diego County. This little slice of heaven lies less than four hours by car from Calabasas and just an hour from San Diego International […]

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Rancho Valencia Resort

Where Ahh Meets Spa From the moment you enter the lush grounds surrounding the posh Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa, minutes from La Jolla and Del Mar, you naturally begin to unwind. Feeling worlds away from it all, you uncover the well-kept secret of this Mediterranean-inspired, allsuite, pet-friendly property boasting 45 acres of verdant gardens […]

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Escape to Catalina Island

Escape to Catalina IslandTwenty-six miles across the sea from Southern California sits magical, sun-drenched Catalina Island. Playground to stars of today and yesteryear—from Barbra Streisand, Taylor Swift, and Nicolas Cage to Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, and Judy Garland—it even served as home base for Norma Jean before she became Marilyn Monroe. The young newlywed once […]

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Cinque Terre

Journey to the Hear of the Italian Riviera A visit to Italy’s charming, jewel-colored Cinque Terre region will capture your heart and revitalize your spirit. Dotting the rugged Northwest Ligurian coast, this remote portion of the Italian Riviera contains five-centuries-old fishing villages stretching languidly between Genoa and Pisa. Its name, in Ligurian, means “Five Lands.” […]

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La Dolce Vita in Florence

Florence, Italy, is one of Europe’s most enchanting cities to experience the sweet life, la dolce vita. Capital of Italy’s sun-blessed Tuscany region, Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. From exquisite art and architecture to enticing food and enchanting sunsets, this colorful city has it all. See it all from on high Climb […]

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Walking Tour of Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles has so much history, and many of us never venture over there. You can do a historic walking tour to learn about the city and its growth told through architecture. There are so many iconic buildings to explore, all within walking distance from each other or a short Uber ride away. While […]

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