Soaking in the San Fran Sunshine

While this title may confuse my local San Francisco readers, compared to New York, the California weather felt refreshingly warm. My last trip to the Bay Area was just last August when I explored scenic San Mateo County and Silicon Valley but I haven’t been to the downtown San Francisco in almost three years. My

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Sweet and Savory Sarasota

To say that I ate well in Sarasota would be a major understatement. Designed for serious foodies, our itinerary primarily focused on the agritourism aspects of Sarasota. We visited local farms, picked fresh berries and sampled delicious cuisine from around the world during their annual Forks and Corks festival. While including every meal would have

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Boho-Luxe Sightings in Sarasota

Sarasota is perhaps best known for its famous beaches but there is so much culture to be found here. From decorative art museums and glamorous hotels to impressive mansions and unique local cuisine, Sarasota really starts where the sandy shore ends. The Ritz Carlton It’s not every day that one gets to stay at a

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The Colorful Faces Of Sarasota

As if proving the point that sometimes the most cultural destinations are right under your nose, Sarasota surprised me. I had been here once before but my time mainly consisted of hitting the beach and working on my non-existant tan. Yet, this time around I saw a whole different side of Sarasota: One bursting with

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5 Free Ways to Experience NYC Culture

As a New York resident for nearly four years, I’m more than well aware that this city is expensive. Despite the absurdly high rents and general costs of daily life, I’ve managed to live here as a freelancer without any real problems. Of course I’m not eating out every night or bar hopping my way

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5 Underrated New York Neighborhoods

Every once in awhile I feel especially inspired to write about my home away from travel. That would be New York City, where I’ve been based for just over three years now. I’ve lived in a few different neighborhoods but some of my favorite NYC spots are rather underrated, even among locals. Here are 5

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Gardens, Goats and Great Views

California is almost synonymous with scenic viewpoints, perfect weather and lots of recreational activities. Here are a few photo highlights of my trip through San Mateo County/Silicon Valley. A walk through Filoli Mansion & Gardens An outdoor garden view of Thomas Fogarty Winery & Vineyard Making new friends at Harley Farms Time for a close-up

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Highlights from Scenic Silicon Valley

It’s been awhile since I last traveled through the West Coast but after my recent California trip courtesy of the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley CVB, my memory is refreshed. Combining both adventure and cuisine, my days in San Mateo County were short but very sweet. From kayaking along Half Moon Bay to petting goats at a

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Hawaii for the Newby Islander

This is a guest post from Heather M.  Hawaii has always been on my “must-visit” list. While the tropical state is part of the US, the exotic elements of the island make it seem much farther away. I’ve come up with a list of things to do for the first time traveler to Hawaii (myself

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Boho Guide to Galveston Island

Galveston Island was so much more than I anticipated, and what impressed me the most was the different forms of Vintage that bring the island to life. Ships If you are curious to how a real pirate ship was designed, a visit on the Elissa is an ideal way to envision life as a bootlegger.

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