Valerie Wilson Travel

Where We Would Stay

Featured destinations of the month, and where we would stay when we’re visiting.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

It’s safe to say Jackson Hole has earned its title “Last of the Old West.” The...

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Cairo & the Nile

“He who has not seen Cairo has not seen the world. Its dust is gold;...

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San Francisco

California’s “Golden City” by the bay was founded in 1776 by a Spanish friar and...

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Singapore

Singapore was a British colony for 144 years and is now a melting pot of...

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Chicago

There is a reason Chicago was voted ‘Best Big City in the US’ by Condé...

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Amsterdam

In the Dutch capital, bikes are the king of the road, narrow homes tell the...

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Maui

Somewhere over the rainbow, Humpback whales can be seen frolicking in water, the sweetest pineapples...

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Rome

“Yes, I have finally arrived to this Capital of the World! I now see all...

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Barcelona

Barcelona is a city of fun contrasts – a hipster in a medieval church, dense...

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Tokyo

Tokyo is the world’s most populous metropolis with over thirty-seven million residents calling Japan’s capital...

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Marrakech

“This city taught me color.” Yves Saint Laurent A three-hour flight from London, Paris, and...

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Napa Valley

A mere fifty miles north of San Francisco sits a thirty-five-mile long, five-mile-wide stretch of...

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Sicily

You know Italy by its boot shape on a map, but what about the tri-cornered...

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Boston

Boston is a shining gem in the U.S. – more intimate than New York, and...

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Paris

Where to begin in a city like Paris. Coined the romance, luxury, and fashion capital...

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Palm Beach

Two hours from Miami, Palm Beach is one of America’s most storied and glamorous resort...

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Mykonos

Of the 220 islands making up the Cyclades, Mykonos remains one of the most popular...

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Miami

Life’s a beach in Miami. As one of the most colorful cities in the U.S....

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Punta Mita

Punta Mita is a 1,500-acre private peninsula coined the ultimate luxury travel destination. Surrounded by...

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Florence

Florence. The capital of Italy’s Tuscany region, the birthplace of the Renaissance movement, and a...

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