Page, Arizona: a central location for popular desert destinations like Antelope Canyon and more

Recently, I traveled to the small desert town of Page, Arizona, located at the border of Arizona and Utah. I was fortunate to get a writing assignment (for three blogs) for the opening of a new and glamping site called The Canyons RV Resort and Cabins. While I was there, I had the opportunity to learn about the area and the many attractions in town and within a few hours’ driving time range. If you’ve ever wanted to visit Antelope Canyons and Horseshoe Bend, Page is the place to go. Take a look at what I’ve discovered and “bookmark” your future adventure.

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Spain 2016: Barcelona—Gaudi with a side of Flamenco

Gaudi’s architectural creations are an awe-inspiring mix of technical skill and artistic flair. I was beyond delighted to share my visit to Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló, and Casa Milà with my husband and my parents. Our senses got overwhelmed quickly—but in a good way!

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Spain 2016: Toledo

Whenever I hear “Toledo,” I think of the world-renown swords whose superior strength and craftmanship ensured many victories in the hands of medieval warriors. The Toledo we visited was a peaceful town with plenty of old-world charm, a citadel city perched on the hill overlooking Tagus river, the longest river in the Iberian Peninsula.

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