Hot dogs with fresh relishes are made in the Hawaiian style.
Photo By: Boyte Creative
Key West Fixer-Upper
One of the charms of Key West is that a multi-million-dollar home may be on the same block, or even next door, to a ramshackle cottage in need of repair. This home displays Key West's distinctive "sawtooth" style: additions are added to the back of a home as a family grows. It also has scuttles, or hatches, on the front part of the roof that can be opened for ventilation -- a feature adapted by carpenters from ships
Horse-drawn carriage rides and Christmas-themed walking tours are offered throughout the holiday season, providing the perfect way to admire Bethlehem's historic architecture and twinkling lights.
Dog-Friendly Atlanta, Piedmont Park Pool
At the end of the summer, our four-legged best friends take over the Piedmont Park pool for the afternoon. Then the caddies have their swim and it is drained.
Photo By: Tripp Crosby
Traditional Styles: Stapleton Attractions and Housing
Stapleton was inspired by Denver's historic neighborhoods, resulting in an eclectic mix of architectural styles throughout the community. Like many new urban towns, Stapleton's homes are reminiscent of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with welcoming front porches facing tree-lined streets and garages hidden in the back, accessible via alleyways.
Desk: Climb Real Estate Group's Airstream Office in San Francisco
Inspired by the growing popularity of food trucks, San Francisco-based Climb Real Estate Group converted a 1964 Airstream trailer into a stylish mobile office. Stop in and learn about the process of buying property in San Francisco at this stylish desk. Don't forget to grab your free coffee and muffins.
Photo By: Climb Real Estate
Phillip Sikes and Todd Smith look on as Jolie Sikes teaches young Cash Baker how to sling pizza dough, as seen on Great American Country's Junk Gypsies.