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San Francisco – The Mission District

  The Mission. It’s a fragrant place. The air is filled with wafts of burritos and fresh graffiti paint. Everything is vibrant – the hibiscus, the houses, the alley walls, people’s innovation. The history is present and the freshness is rife. Of course, my agenda was food driven. I inhaled the bread pudding, drank the […]

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Florida Keys

It was the Fourth of July weekend and we had decided to head down to the Florida keys. Quite the known death trap. We were camping. It was summer. We were most likely going to die of heat exhaustion… Very rarely do I play the role of negative Nancy towards the idea or places of travel. However this time, […]

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Big Sur

We had been driving for 6 hours with little fuel left in our car and our tummies. But we didn’t care. Or at least I didn’t. Over the next mountain, would be the mother of all places to find myself on our West Coast road trip. A place that I had heard about via Kerouac and once […]

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Road Trip

Summer road trips tend to ignite such a sense of adventure and wanderlust, don’t they? Think state hopping, vista seeing, piled into the car, windows rolled down, radio turned up, not sure where we are sleeping tonight kind of road trips. The kind of road trip where pulling over to take a photo only ten […]

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Inside Universal Studios’ Diagon Alley

It’s official: Universal Studios’ new Harry Potter-themed area, Diagon Alley, will open on July 8! On May 8 and 9, I was lucky enough to be invited to one of the first—if not the first—media events to check out the new additions to Universal Studios, including a preview of Diagon Alley. I know everyone wants […]

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The Mindfield – Brownsville, TN

A recent trip to Tennessee brought one of the most fascinating pieces of public art that I’ve ever seen. The Mindfield, located in Brownsville, is the life work of Billy Tripp and is worth a detour from Memphis if you are in the area. Billy began the steel artwork in 1989 and has plans to […]

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8 Creative Ideas for Souvenirs

We’ve all had that moment. The trip is over, the bags are packed, and the only thing that will remain of the trip is a Facebook album and fond memories. Even the most vivid and amazing trip can fade without a meaningful memento, some incredible curio found after a wonderful day of sightseeing. Here’s a […]

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