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City Guide

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Napa is world renowned for it’s wine selection, and for good reason.  The Valley and surrounding areas boast more than 600 wineries, each with …

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Since we moved to the San Francisco Bay Area just over a year and a half ago, we’ve eaten at our fair share of …

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Belfast is fast becoming the UK’s go to city (see what I did there 😉 ), full of great bars and restaurants, surrounded by …

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San Francisco may be small (at less than 50 square miles) compared to the monstrosity that is New York City (over 300!), but it …

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Scottsdale’s restaurant scene is literally booming. So much so that local residents who’ve lived in the area for years and years are still discovering …

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First time to New York City? Don’t fret – yes the city is large, intense, and intimidating at times, but it’s also exhilarating, surprising, …

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When you think of Australia, what place comes to mind? The Great Barrier Reef? Sydney? Melbourne? Brisbane?… Most people tend to focus on the …

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After visiting Guatemala this summer, I’m yearning for a return trip – sooner than later.  The colors, the nature, and surely the plantains and …

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I hadn’t even heard about Mendocino until we moved to California about a year ago.  I have a tendency to look on a map, …

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After recently visiting Seattle in May, I quickly discovered what a bright and vibrant city it is.  You always hear about the gloominess and rain, …

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