On summer solstice, Anchorage clocks 22 hours of daylight. Make good use of all that light on a road trip that starts in the state’s biggest city, Anchorage, and heads down the Kenai Peninsula to coastal towns Seward and Homer.
For places designed to help travelers get some much-needed rest, hotel rooms and vacation rentals can be surprisingly difficult places to sleep. The good news is that you don’t have to sacrifice your z’s every time you hit the road. Here are a few ways to sleep better in your home away from home.
It might seem like complicated, mechanical wizardry, but starting to build your smart home can be as unassuming as adding a single light bulb to your abode. So what exactly is a connected home and what are the best smart home devices? We have you covered.
Laid-back vibes and outdoor fun await you in Kalispell, a town frozen in time, tucked between Montana’s Swan and Salish mountain ranges. Here, you can feel at home spending a morning casting your line for rainbow trout, then relaxing with a burger after a tour of a perfectly preserved historic mansion or art gallery.
Synonymous with old-fashioned summer fun, the stretch of Sonoma County’s Russian River from the towns of Rio Nido to Jenner offers prime recreation opportunities. Explore the region’s small hamlets and roadhouses, each with its own beach-town vibe and plot of umbrella-studded sandy beach.