An absolutely fabulous and memorable breakfast started our day off right at Jax on the Tracks, a 1940′s diner with delicious and gourmet style comfort food. Featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, the amazing little eatery has fun ambiance, superb service and a homey, “local yocal” feeling.
The cute and stylish Screenster is popular with all ages and it hangs out in your purse, back pack or carryon ready to keep your digital products clean and shiny. Best of all when flying, they are formulated to work without any messy liquids or sprays.
You can’t help but leave your cares and stress behind at Sorensen’s All Season Resort in Hope Valley, California where faxes, cell service, and TV’s are not missed and where reservations are still marked by hand in pencil.
Nestled in an alpine forest since 1926, this magical and romantic mountain haven makes it impossible to do anything but relax and savor each moment together in such a beautiful locale.
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We took a long weekend and went to some of the terrific places to learn and play in the Fort Worth area. We loved staying at the Hyatt Place Hotel in the Historic Stockyards so we could watch the famous live cattle drive right in front of the hotel twice daily.