San Francisco’s Presidio, steeped in American history, was named a National Historic Landmark in 1962. The military complex, housing more than 700 buildings, 433 of which are designated historic, closed in 1989 and, in 1994, the National Park Service took over its operation.
Being the owner of a small business is tough. It’s challenging. It can be grueling. It also can be exciting, invigorating and chaotic. And if you combine the mind and soul of an entrepreneur with the practical sense to run a small business, you may just find success beyond your dreams.
You don’t need to be young or athletic or a daredevil to fly across the country and explore California for a week or 10 days. In April of 2023, we’ve booked two female cousins in their 70’s on an incredible adventure they’ll never forget. Meeting in Chicago, they’ll fly to Los Angeles and, 10 days […]
So you’re a senior citizen, even if you don’t feel like one. And if you’re like a lot of baby boomers, you’re thinking, “If not now, when?” When are you going to travel and experience the luxury you deserve and have worked so hard to earn? There isn’t one right way to enjoy the wondrous […]
It started with news reports of a virus in Wuhan, China, that was causing great concern around the world. As days passed, the danger got closer and closer to home. It almost felt like it was creeping up on us. Before we knew it, the virus, eventually labeled COVID-19, was spreading to country after country […]
Are you visiting San Francisco this December and want to see the real Northern California, whether you are looking for a Napa wine tour, private San Francisco tour or a unique Yosemite experience? The first two are easy and the weather is usually calm and pleasant (save for some rain), but in Yosemite, especially in […]
Yosemite Destination Weddings and Honeymoons The traditions of old, although memorable and valuable, are changing. The next big thing is always around the corner, and it only takes one person with an idea to make it happen, to do something different.
Privately Escape to Yosemite’s Wilderness Due to circumstances beyond your control, that trip to Disneyland, to the NCAA Final Four, or to visit the Pope in Rome this year might be off the table, and it’s certainly a good time to diligently wash your hands and avoid large crowds, but does that mean you’re condemned […]
Is New Year’s Eve in Yosemite Worth It? Where do you want to spend New Year’s this year—New York City, San Francisco, Miami? Why not plan something different and ring in the New Year at Yosemite?
Yosemite Valentine’s Day Ideas for a Couple It’s happened to most everyone, including the wealthy—a Valentine’s Day which is all too typical: You arrive with reservations at a fine-dining restaurant, the crowds are in full force and the kitchen is under pressure to perform on the busiest day of the year.