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Janice Sakata-Schultze

Golden, CO


About Me

I'm a freelance travel copywriter, writer and photographer.  I'm also a crazy Bay Area sports fan, plodding runner, raging chocoholic and pasta/Mexican food/bread advocate who never turns down a good red wine or margarita.

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ADenver: Traveling in April

Hi Pamela - You are absolutely right about the the Denver weather.  We just had warm and sunny days in the 70s here, and tomorrow we're going to get several inches of snow.  It can definitely be like that in April too. I would absolutely include layers.  Bring both... See More

AMaui: Best type of rental car for the Road to Hana?

Hi Erica - I also say invest in a convertible, if you can.  It's the best way to see all of the scenery that you'll just be astounded by.  Having a more cumbersome vehicle like a Jeep will make it difficult to maneuver the endless curves you will encounter on... See More

AColorado: Must see and do things in Denver and Colorado vicinity?

Hi Erin - I agree with Mark.  Downtown Denver has some great live music venues and excellent restaurants.  I'd definitely make an effort to go to red rocks ampitheater​, if not for a concert, then to just take in the incredible views.  It's... See More

ADenver: multicultural, multi-ethnic, cosmopolitan spots?

Hi Omar! I don't know if you're still here for the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) ​, but Denver does have some diversity, mostly around ethnic restaurants.  It's not quite on the level of a New York, Los Angeles... See More

AKaua'i: Best day hikes on the Garden Isle?

Elizabeth - There was one other thing I wanted to add.  Near Kapaa​, there is a bike trail that goes northward along the shore.  It's not a hiking trail per se, but it does provide some great access to the beach. See More

AKaua'i: Best day hikes on the Garden Isle?

Hi Elizabeth!  Just as everyone here has said, the most worthwhile trail is the one going along the Na Pali​coast.  Now, I haven't been there myself, but about everyone I know who has said it's totally deserving of the time and effort because... See More

AO'ahu: Suggestions for things to do for a first-timer

Hi Nalin - One thing that is a "must-do" in O'ahu​ is Pearl Harbor ​.  Get there as early as you can, because the crowds get massive, and the tickets run out quickly.  Another great place to go is Diamond Head​... See More

ASan Francisco: Great beer bars in San Francisco?

Trevor, if you were here in Denver, I could point you to about half a dozen places that have the some of the best microbrews in the country.  Alas, it's been a while since I've been to a really good brewpub in the City.  If you're looking for a decent beer... See More

ASan Francisco: Best Chinese food in San Francisco?

If you're wanting dim sum, the best (and most renown) is Yank Sing Restaurant ​.  There's two locations in the financial district - one at Rincon Center, the other just off Market Street ​.  I've... See More

AHawaii: Suggestions for a not-too-touristy Hawaiian vacation?

Hi Jason - we've had great luck avoiding the tourist hoard when going to Kauai ​ especially in the off-season.  The north shore near Hanalei ​ tends to be less crowded than the south shore near ... See More

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