First-timers to Napa Valley are often overwhelmed by the number of wineries that are open to visitors, not to mention the many wines available to sample. But don’t be embarrassed – Napa veterans and industry insiders are often equally overwhelmed by the many wine choices that Napa has to offer! [...]
Since moving to the Bay Area in 2001, I’ve been fortunate to visit many California coastal destinations, from Bodega Bay and Sonoma in the north to San Diego in the south. However my favorite stretch of coastline runs from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
With autumn fast-approaching, it seems a good time to highlight a popular fall foliage destination in the Northeast – Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is one of the United States’ oldest cities and is the unofficial capital of New England.
Many people who visit Los Angeles discover first-hand the high price tag that comes with some of LA’s more popular tourist attractions. But for those not interested in amusement parks or shopping on Rodeo Drive, there are plenty of things to do and see that won’t break the bank.
While the world gets ready to focus on London for the upcoming summer Olympics, the birthplace of today’s modern games are just a few marathon runs away. No, I’m not talking about Athens, Greece — the English Midlands, and more specifically, the small Shropshire town of Much Wenlock are where [...]
San Francisco is truly a magical and welcoming place, with almost a European feel — no doubt influenced by the fabulous architecture that the city has to offer. So, for those of you who have yet to experience the delights of this wonderful city, here is a list of things [...]
Alaska ranks as one of the most beautiful places in the world. But what many folks don’t realize is that — in addition to wonderful vistas and once-in-a-lifetime glacier experiences — Alaska offers incredible opportunities to observe the natural habitats of the type of wildlife that is typically seen only [...]
Just an hour from Belgium’s bustling capital Brussels, Bruges and its calm canals and ancient alleyways provide an amazing glimpse into a simpler time. It’s a nice departure from more heavily traveled European cities — which often provide an experience catered to tourists. Train from Brussels to Bruges Getting to [...]
Once upon a time – a long, long time ago – I used to live in Tokyo, Japan. And each day I would commute, by train, to my high school in the (relatively) nearby city of Yokohama. In the early days, it was this rail commute that first gave me [...]
Spring Training in Florida officially opened its 2012 schedule on March 3, with 15 Major League Baseball teams set to play a total of 236 games in the Grapefruit League through April 4. (The other 15 teams prepare for the regular season in the Cactus League in Arizona.) Major League [...]
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