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Alana Bush



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I've traveled all over the world, and have lived all over the place before settling in the Pacific northwest so I'm happy to share travel advice.  Hopefully, I'll have enough time this year to need to get some travel advice of my own, too!

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ASantiago: A good restaurant for Dec. 24th dinner

I have to recommend by favorite, Restaurant Republicano​. Great food, wonderful atmosphere. I would think it would be an especially fun place to go for Christmas Eve! See More

ALos Angeles to Seattle: Pacific West Coast (LA to Seattle) or Route 66 road trip in January?

At that time of year I think the Southwest would be your best bet. Salt River Canyon Wilderness​ in Arizona has fantastic white river rafting if you're looking for a starting off point.   Save the Pacific West Coast for the spring, summer, or fall!... See More

AUnited States: Which American Tour Groups do you recommend?

A lot of cities now have "greeters" who are locals that have volunteered to take people around their city. It's a great program and it's free! Here's a link to the Chicago site so you can have a look: See More

APortland: Pet-friendly hotels in Portland?

I would definitely check out the Hotel Monaco Portland​. It’s a really cute, cozy hotel that’s right in the heart of downtown. Not only do they allow dogs but there’s no deposit!!! They’ll give you water bowls, too so you don’t have to lug them... See More

ACrater Lake National Park: Place to stay w/ Kids at Crater Lake?

I agree that Union Creek is great but I actually like Steamboat Inn​ better. It’s not super-high-end, either, and very rustic, too, but it’s just that little bit more refined which I why I like it. We had a beautiful balcony where we spent a lot of... See More

ASan Francisco: Best hotel bars in San Francisco

I've stayed at the Four Seasons San Francisco​ once for a romantic weekend away and I second that bar.  The food and drinks were pricy compared to outside the hotel, but that's to be expected at a nice hotel bar.  Get some dessert while you're... See More

ARome: 4-star hotel in Rome for $175/night

A four-star hotel for $175 a night? I’m not sure how many choices you'll have with those criteria, especially in the summer because honestly, in a city like Rome, that’s more like a three-star rate. That said, I’m happy to give you my faves as someone who loves... See More

QBrussels: What are the creme de la creme places for chocolate?

I'm going to Brussels this summer and as a chocoholic, want to make sure I hit all the great chocolate places even if it means I have to go on a diet when I come back!  I'll also plan on driving to Ghent and Bruges if anyone has suggestions there. Which ones are... See More

QMarina Del Rey: Good waterfront restaurants?

Seeing how cold where I live right now, I'd like to experience water that's not falling on me from the sky and warmth when I visit Southern California this winter!  I'll be coming to town with a friend and would really like some names of good waterfront restaurants.... See More

APortland: Best coffee shops in Portland

As others have mentioned, you have to get some Stumptown coffee.  They're actually pretty big in Washington where I live and I have Stumptown coffee all the time.  Here's a secret, though... when I used to live in Portland, I pretty much called Coffeehouse... See More

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