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E M B R A C E  T H E  E L E M E N T S

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Southwest: The Magazine
Nov. 2018

Earth, air, water, fire—this winter travel guide explores the four elements and how they can define your experiences as you discover new destinations.

HIBERNATE IN STYLE:

7 HOT HOTELS FOR YOUR NEXT WINTER VACATION

Southwest: The Magazine 
Nov. 2017

From an over-water oasis to a plush treehouse in the forest, these escapes offer the perfect home base for a winter getaway.

E L E V A T E  Y O U R  W I N T E R 

T R A  V E L  P L A N S

Southwest: The Magazine
Nov. 2017

This season, explore dramatic depths and reach new heights, from 190' below sea level to 12,998' into the clouds.

93  D A Y S  O F   S U M M E R

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Southwest: The Magazine
May 2017

We’ll help you soak up every second of the season: Wake up with the solstice, stop and smell 500 types of roses, and check out 12,000 classic cars. (And that’s just the first three days.)

ADVENTURE IN PASADENA

Southwest: The Magazine
Nov. 2016

​ Set against California’s beautiful San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena serves as a real-world reminder to stop and smell the roses. The SoCal city blends laid-back vibes with a quiet sophistication, creating an epicenter for exotic landscapes, educational fun, and a dynamic culinary scene that changes with the seasons. So, what are you waiting for? Tell us how you’d like to take on the City of Roses. 

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ADVENTURE IN TULSA

Southwest: The Magazine
Oct. 2016

It’s been more than 150 years since oil was discovered on the plains of Oklahoma, but the Sooner State’s second largest city is, once again, booming. From a revitalized downtown and growing maker movement to world-class museums and fine dining, Tulsa offers something for everyone. Before you go, tell us more about you.

A TASTE OF TWO CITIES

San Antonio Magazine | March 2016

Pack a big appetite and head south to Peru where chefs are surprising even the most adventurous eaters.

HOMETOWN HOSPITALITY

San Antonio Magazine | Dec. 2015

Two San Antonio hotels—one old, one new—draw on their storied pasts to re-define Southern hospitality and provide authentic experiences that appeal to visitors and
locals alike.

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