Monthly Archives: July 2012

Hilton Hotel Waikaloa, Big Island, Hawaii

On yet another one-day business trip to the Big Island of Hawaii, I stayed at the Hilton Waikaloa. The Waikaloa spans 62 beautiful acres and is a short, scenic ride from the airport. Although I’m used to dealing with smaller … Continue reading

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Heart of Sedona Coffee, Sedona, Arizona

Few places in the world can compare to Sedona, Arizona. The first time I visited this magical place was in 2004, and I’ve been back about sixteen times since. I fell in love with Sedona from the first moment I … Continue reading

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Cool Cat Cafe, Maui, Hawaii

Picking up a scent by word of mouth, I followed a lead for “the best burger ever eaten” in Maui to the Cool Cat Café in Lahaina. A longstanding, if not somewhat “unofficial,” aficionado, I am one of the millions … Continue reading

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Cannery Row, Monterey, California

The Monterey Peninsula in California is one of my favorite places in the world. Upon arriving at the Monterey Airport, I rented a Ford Mustang convertible. What a great way to see the area! Although it was winter and 42 … Continue reading

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Cosentino’s, Malibu, California

If you have spent any time in Malibu, California, there’s a good chance you have heard of the native plant and flower experts at Cosentino’s. A second generation, family-owned business, Joe Cosentino first opened its doors in 1973. At the … Continue reading

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Westin Ka’anapali, Maui, Hawaii

On a one-day business trip to Maui (yes, you read that right, a one-day business trip) I stayed at the Westin Ka’anapali. I chose this hotel because 1) it was close to the first meeting I had upon arrival, and … Continue reading

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