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Sunday Funday Bar Hopping via the San Diego Trolley Tour

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Sometimes it’s fun to be a tourist in your own town. That was how the idea of taking the San Diego Trolley tour started. It would be a fun day to explore the city I live in with some friends, but I had another idea. What if we bar hopped using the trolley as our mode of transportation! Learn a little more about America’s finest city and check out some… Read More

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Savoring the Southern Oregon Coast

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Take a break from Portland’s rainy season and get away from the crowds by trekking down to the Southern Oregon Coast. Set out along a scenic 5-hour drive down Highway 101 passing along some of the state’s ragged and unspoiled coastline. During fall foliage season, consider heading down Highway 38 if you want a drive amidst nature’s rainbow of fall colors. After your drive, stop for lunch at Redfish, a… Read More

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4 Best Burgers in San Diego

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The quest for San Diego’s perfect burger has begun! From the casual to the upscale experience, I have rounded up four of my favorite burgers in America’s Finest City.  Hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed eating them. Texas Burger at The Waterfront For the back to basics all-American hamburger with a whole lot of flavor and those oh-so-wonderful grilled onions, head to the oldest tavern in town, The… Read More

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Bikes N’ Beers in Fort Liquordale

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It started as a simple “hey let’s go for a bike ride and have a beer somewhere”.  From there the idea grew into “hey let’s see if we can ride to 6 different bars in one day and write a Perfect Day article on the experience”, so here we go… The format for this perfect day will be a Chronological List of the locations we visited along with the beers/drinks… Read More

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A Splash of Wine in North Park

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“In water one sees one’s own face; but in wine, one beholds the heart of another.” -An Old French Proverb If you find yourself tooling around North Park looking for a place to get your wine on, then you’ll want to visit one of San Diego’s newer concepts in the age of the wine-bar. What is it? It’s a groovy little place called Splash and if you will excuse the… Read More

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Texas Hospitality: Massages, BBQ, Wine Tasting and the Kimber Modern

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The next time you find yourself in Austin, Texas consider taking a day off from sightseeing or business and unwind courtesy of some Texas style Southern hospitality. Start your day off by driving outside of central Austin and heading toward the hills dotted with Texas wildflowers that comprise the Hill Country. milk + honey spa Your first stop is Bee Cave, Texas where you can treat your body at the… Read More

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Mountain Biking Excursion in Miami’s Key Biscayne

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Key Biscayne is a narrow strip of small islands connected to the lower-downtown area of Miami via a large bridge known as the Rickenbacker.  The Rickenbacker causeway has become a Mecca for road biking enthusiasts due to it’s wide bike lanes and amazing views, and today I’m going to take you on a journey through both space and time as we uncover some hidden history that may soon be gone,… Read More

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