Looking for some quient moments and flyfishing in a remote mountain valley? Tucked away in Montana is the Ranch at Rock Creek, a 25 room and riverside tent ranch offering a variety of activities that will unleash your inner pioneer. Plus, hearty food and drink at their Silver Dollar Saloon.
What would summer be without a stay at dude ranch? Brush Creek Ranch is a 13,000 acre working cattle ranch in Wyoming with 37 rooms, equestrian center and 50 miles of groomed trails. Yee-ha!
Western wedding and honeymoon? For a romantic dude ranch experience, the Ranch at Paws Up is a perfect option. The resort sits on 37,000 acres in Montana north of Missoula. Along with it’s family oriented cabins, Paws Up opened Camp Moonlight, a secluded group of luxury tents reserved just for couples.
Ready to live out your cowboy fantasies? Since opening in 1911, the HF Bar Ranch is one of the country’s oldest dude ranches. Meals and many activties are included in the price. This ranch offers a more authentic rustic getaway, no butlers or a spa here. Not to be missed is the nightly running of the horses.
For a luxurious out-of-this-world dude ranch experience, visit the Amangiri Resort and Spa in Utah, For from the rustic retreat associated with western ranch vacations, the Amangiri offer 34 contemporary suites and a 2,300 square-foot spa and amazing outdoor pool. Here, the focus is simple, one just allows the natural landscape transform them.
A restaurant floating over the rooftops of Paris? Yes. For an elegant evening that includes sophisticated meals, trance inducing views and cultural installations and performances - have yourself an experience at Maison Blanche. I’m pretty sure this lady was swept of her feet.
More amazing dining at Cafe Baci, the italian eatery in Marais district of Paris. With intimate tables downstairs and a party corner upstairs, Café Baci hosts both cozy evenings and romantic parties.
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Want to come back from Paris with some art for your walls? Check out the contemporary photography at Polka Galerie.
Tea time…in Paris? For the tea lover, a pilgrimage to Dammann Frères is a necessary stop. Long known only to specialists, Dammann Frères sold teas to kings since 1692. In 2005, the company launched its own line of teas and opened a tea shop in a former luxury hotel near the Place des Vosges.
Indulge in an amazingly fresh seafood lunch at the sleek cafe Comptoir des Mers, just walking distance from Place des Vosges in the Marais neighborhood of Paris. With it’s market, Comptoir des Mers offers catering, delivery and take away. Even your parents will enjoy it’s delights.