10 Things to Do in Fall in San Diego

10 Things to Do in Fall in San Diego

With a year-round average temperature of 70 degrees, we can still enjoy the outdoors in San Diego in fall. The beaches are less crowded and the sun is still out. Tide pooling is a popular activity in fall and winter whenever there...
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Las Vegas in December: Sightseeing, Events and Things to Do

Las Vegas in December: Sightseeing, Events and Things to Do

December in Las Vegas bring mild temperatures and generally sunny skies, making it one of the best times of the year to get out and explore the desert. December is also filled with the signs of the approaching holiday, from...
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Too Much for One Trip: Best Attractions in San Francisco

Too Much for One Trip: Best Attractions in San Francisco

Meet Tom Molanphy The only thing that Tom Molanphy loves more than the food, art, music, and culture of San Francisco is sharing it with others. San Francisco never gets old for Tom. Tom has lived in the San…  More About...
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10 Best Hotels and Inns in the Lake Tahoe Area

10 Best Hotels and Inns in the Lake Tahoe Area

There are a wide range of hotels in the Lake Tahoe area: ski resorts that offer condos and suites, spa resorts, hotels with views of the lake and the mountains or a casino right in the middle of concert central....
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Andale! Samba on Over to L.A.'s Best Mexican Eateries

Andale! Samba on Over to L.A.'s Best Mexican Eateries

Meet Jenny Peters Jenny Peters – aka Jet Set Jen – is a Los Angeles-based freelance journalist, editor and party columnist specializing in travel, entertainment, film, food, wine, fashion and the other good…  More About Jenny Source link
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Family-Friendly Eats Near the Parks: Safe Havens, Adventurous Options

Family-Friendly Eats Near the Parks: Safe Havens, Adventurous Options

Family-Friendly Eats Near the Parks: Safe Havens, Adventurous Options In a city like Orlando, families on vacation have myriad options. Many are in town to visit the theme parks and while those looking to uber-capitalize on the Disney, SeaWorld or...
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From Hip to Hog, Cooper-Young Rocks the Memphis Dining Scene

From Hip to Hog, Cooper-Young Rocks the Memphis Dining Scene

When it comes to dining, Memphis has  come a long way recently, thanks in no small part to a few innovative chefs who put down roots in the city’s artsy Midtown neighborhood called Cooper Young. Located the the blocks around...
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Seafood in San Antonio is a Delight at These Scintillating Restaurants

Seafood in San Antonio is a Delight at These Scintillating Restaurants

San Antonio may not be known for its seafood, but lest you forget, they’re only a few hours from the coast. The best chefs source the freshest, most delicious Gulf seafood. For starters, The Cookhouse works directly with fisherman to source...
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New Restaurants and New Menus Worth Sampling in Dallas This Fall

New Restaurants and New Menus Worth Sampling in Dallas This Fall

The weather in Dallas may be cooling off, but the food scene seems to be getting hotter. Between new openings and new menus, local restaurants are set to welcome in a tasty season this autumn. Perhaps the most anticipated opening...
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Sing Along Or Get Serenaded At NYC's 10 Best Piano Bars

Sing Along Or Get Serenaded At NYC's 10 Best Piano Bars

“Play me a song, Mr. Piano Man,” Billy Joel croons in his aptly named hit, “Piano Man.” Piano bars in New York run the gamut from all out performances to quiet crooners sitting in the corner, but perhaps theater historian...
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