La Dolce Vita: A Hidden Gem in Beverly Hills

February 9th, 2016

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La Dolce Vita is a hidden gem in Beverly Hills. Frank Sinatra’s name is on his regular booth and so is the Reagans! With no windows, this is a place that celebrities can enjoy a night out without being on display. My favorite thing on the special Valentine’s menu was the ravioli. Enjoy all the tempting treats … Continued

  Alabama Hills, Movie Road. Mt Whitney in background. A Don Graham photo. By Pete Vanlaw For any of you who frequently drive Highway 395 to reach the ski slopes at Mammoth Mountain, or the fishing at June Lake, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the little town of Lone Pine, where you probably slowed down to avoid … Continued

As avid travelers, we all know the importance of setting a realistic budget for our trips before they begin and trying our best to stick to that budget.  After a budget is set, revisions can be made to help us reach our travel goals.  By setting a good budget, we have a better idea of … Continued

Celebrate Capri at Casa Del Mar February 2016 Chef Stefano Mazzone from Grand Hotel Quisisana, Capri, Italy and Chef Alberico Nunziata from Casa Del Mar, Santa Monica, California cook together and share the flavors of the sun and sand in collaboration between Capri and Santa Monica Feb 4-11, 2016 at Casa Del Mar. The new cabanas … Continued

For travel-writers looking to make it in the digital age, Travel Writing 2.0 is a must-have. So much has changed in the last few decades that professional travelers need to think just as much about their brand as they do about discovering new destinations. Author Tim Leffel offers an accompanying blog to assist writers in the industry with up-to-date … Continued

Goodbye Utah! Hello South Dakota! For a blast to the past, Lisa and the Zipkick bloggers continued on to South Dakota and made a stop in legendary Sturgis, including the Knuckle Salon and Trading Post where the annual Harley Davidson festival is held! The Wild West really comes to life here, especially in the “Badlands” and … Continued

Thanks to the increasing ease of travel more people are doing it! What with new cultures, languages and landscapes to explore, it’s hard to sit still; but often the best things are in our very own backyards. We Said Go Travel’s, Lisa Niver, went on an American roadtrip during Summer 2015 and had some unique experiences, … Continued