Elizabeth R. Rose

Member Since:
Mar 2016

Elizabeth Rose, based in the Portland, Oregon area, travels throughout the West and beyond writing about destinations, farm to table cuisine, accommodations and events. As an expert in cultural tourism, her writing reflects that passion. She has won awards for her photography and accompanies her articles with her own images. She also provides photos for magazine covers, web sites and magazine articles (both print and Internet). Examples can be seen on Fine Art America. She is the Senior Editor for WanderWithWonder.com and writes frequently for that publication and RealFoodTraveler.com. Elizabeth also contributes to GettingOnTravel.com. She is active on social media. When not out exploring, she can be seen at Vancouver, Washington dog parks with Cinnamon and Francesca, the Blogging Coonhounds. 

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Published Articles (6)

Experience Culinary Magic at the Herbfarm in Woodinville, WA

Dinner at The Herbfarm in Woodinville, Washington is something you hear about from food and wine enthusiasts. The Herbfarm is a AAA Five Diamond award-winning restaurant, critically-acclaimed by almost every […]

Amtrak Cascades: A Business Class Experience with a First Class View

They say leave the traffic behind and take the train. On a recent visit to explore the scenic northwestern Washington towns of Bellingham and Lynden, my friend and I did […]

Utah’s Mighty 5: Discovering Arches National Park

This is the second of a 5 part series on the Mighty 5 National Parks of Utah. Arches National Park is one of the highlights of touring Utah’s The Mighty […]

Peaceful Retreat at Casa Natalia in Mexico’s San José del Cabo

Casa Natalia is described on their website as “a peaceful retreat that embodies the area’s vibrant art scene, culture, history and dining.” It was my first exploration of Baja California […]

Wandering Oregon Wine Country in The Columbia Gorge

Many people who arrive in the Portland, Oregon area plan a trip to Wine Country to experience the amazing Oregon wine. For many, that means the popular Willamette Valley but […]

Arizona’s Fresh Foodie Trail: 3 Surprising Finds

Wine, urban farms, craft breweries, local olive oil, and farm-to-table restaurants dot the landscape of Arizona’s Valley of the Sun. There is so much foodie goodness sprouting from the once-parched […]