Archive for the ‘North America’ Category

Best Golf Courses for Women: Naples, Florida

Best Golf Courses for Women: Naples, Florida
When it comes to playing golf, the Lost Girls are total pros! Of course, that’s only the case when we’re teeing up on our boyfriend’s Nintendo Wii. Otherwise, well, we’d need a little bit lot of practice before you’d want us anywhere near a bag of clubs. Good thing we...
January 3rd, 2012 | Featured, Florida, Sports & Games | Read More

Lost in Canada: Sisters Take Quebec City

Lost in Canada: Sisters Take Quebec City
By Noella Schink Special to Lost Girls World My sister and I are renowned for two things: our blue eyes and our healthy appetites. We’ve been partaking in the charms of Quebec City for seven years now, and have never been able to exhaust the list of great bistros, pubs, crêperies and chocolatiers...
December 17th, 2011 | Canada | Read More

Exploring San Diego’s Beach Communities

By Gina Douglas Special to Lost Girls San Diego has no shortage of beaches, however for a Lost Girl looking for some fun and a taste of the laid-back San Diego beach-town lifestyle, head north of downtown San Diego and its surrounding harbor to a beach mecca – a trio of beach communities that epitomizes...
December 15th, 2011 | California, Extras | Read More

Weekend Getaways in Portland

By Jessica Spiegel  Special to Lost Girls  Portland has long been one of those cities that seems to percolate in the mind of a certain kind of traveler, and since it’s a relatively small city it never quite bursts onto the national scene to a degree that people get bored of hearing about it....
December 15th, 2011 | Adventure Travel, United States | Read More

Ringing in the New Year in Central California

By Gina Douglas Special to Lost Girls  Central California is home to a stretch of coastline that mixes rural farmland with cosmopolitan ambiance. The blend of beaches, vineyards, scenic drives, warm weather, and hip bars and restaurants makes it an ideal place to spend a long weekend and with the New...
December 8th, 2011 | California, Parties, Festivals & Events | Read More

4 Best Outdoor Activities In Jamaica

4 Best Outdoor Activities In Jamaica
When you’re filled up with the offerings from the buffet at your all-inclusive resort in Jamaica, start looking for a way to burn those calories off. Whatever type of outdoor recreation you fancy, you’ll find it near Montego Bay and Negril. And it’s hardly surprising, considering the inviting...
November 29th, 2011 | Adventure Travel, Featured, Jamaica | Read More

A Bit of Brazil in South Florida

By Megan Hubbell Samba, Capirinhas, microscopic bikinis and not to mention the biggest party in the world: Carnival! With all of this, what’s not to love about Brazil? Well, perhaps the fact that it’s thousands of miles away and the plane tickets and visa fees can be astronomical. Fortunately, there...
November 18th, 2011 | Brazil, Florida | Read More

Getting Married…and Other Fun Things to Do in St. Augustine

Getting Married…and Other Fun Things to Do in St. Augustine
Happy Thursday LGs! Hope everyone is gearing up for the upcoming holiday travel season—today I’m heading out to California for Flavor! Napa Valley before heading home to Florida for a big turkey feast with my family. Keeping my fingers crossed that the weather is good, and the delays are minimal! I...
November 17th, 2011 | Featured, Florida, Planning | Read More

Lost Girls’ Guide to Greenville, SC

By Kristen Putch LG Acquisitions Editor Big city visits can be great fun, with countless dining and entertainment options right outside your door. But, if you want to get away from the metropolis hustle, a small town getaway can be just the ticket. The city of Greenville, SC offers a number of fun eateries...
November 9th, 2011 | City Guides, Extras, South Carolina | Read More

Forget Gold and Black, Pittsburgh is all about Green

Forget Gold and Black, Pittsburgh is all about Green
By Kristen Putch LG Acquisitions Editor When it comes to the green movement, Pittsburgh is probably not the first city that comes to mind.  Images of steel mills and black smoke coating the city are hard to erase, but it no longer is the smoky city it once was. Green initiatives are a vital and growing...
October 26th, 2011 | Pittsburgh | Read More