A plate of ahi poke.

The Best of O‘ahu in 7 Days

The average stay on O‘ahu is about seven days. With sights and activities on all sides of the island, planning your days will help you take full advantage of your holiday. Let this suggested itinerary to the must-see locales and establishments be a jumping-off point for your travels.

Open-air dining at Nick's Fishmarket in Wailea.

The Best Places to Eat in Wailea

Prices in Wailea are much higher than in other parts of the island, but often what you’re paying for are master chefs, exceptional service, and unparalleled ambience in world-class resorts. which oftentimes make it worth the experience.

The curving two-lane Road to Hana flanked by lush vegetation.

Best of Where to Eat in Hana, Maui

In the last few years, Hana has seen a huge proliferation of food options. However, too many visitors continue to drive to Hana Bay thinking it’s the end of the road, and don’t take the time to look around. Spend the day in Hana and you’ll be rewarded with a tasty cornucopia.

squeaky bean colorado

Farm-to-Table Dining in Colorado’s Front Range Cities

Colorado’s Front Range cities—Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins—have experienced dramatic growth, drawing adventurous souls from all over the country to see what Colorado is all about. One delicious effect of this recent growth is the elevated dining opportunities available—namely, farm-to-table restaurants.

Route 66 in Needles, CA. Photo © Visions of America LLC/123rf.

Route 66 Through Needles, California

Learn the history of Needles, California, gateway to Route 66, along with notable sights, tips on following the old road through town, and where to grab a classic Route 66 ’70s meal.

Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco. Photo © jejim/123rf.

Spend a Day in San Francisco Like a Local

Dedicate a day to living like a true San Franciscan by jumping on a bike, pedaling through the hippest neighborhoods, shopping for local designs, and—most importantly—eating and drinking your way through the city.

Neah Bay. Photo © Tim Gohrke/123rf.

One-Week Itinerary: Best of the Olympic Peninsula

One of the best parts about the Olympic Peninsula is that you don’t need to stray far from its main thoroughfare, Highway 101, to experience a good number of area highlights. Highway 101 travels around the perimeter of the peninsula and Olympic National Park, making it possible to see the best the area has to offer in a limited amount of time.