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Four Great San Francisco Walks

A local San Franciscan shares four of his favorite city jaunts.

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Featured Destination: Monterey for Families

Is it possible to spend a family-friendly day in this Central Coast tourist hotspot if you don’t go to the very cool Monterey Bay Aquarium? This blogger says yes.

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Kayaking on Monterey Bay: Creatures Featured

While not cheaper than the aquarium, a guided kayak tour allows you to explore the ocean from a whole new vantage point.

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Monterey Mirror Maze Laser Challenge

After kayaking on the bay, my boyfriend and I explored the Monterey Mirror Maze on Cannery Row.

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Monterey’s Candy Store Bonanza: Gimme Sugar

Monterey definitely doesn’t lack for candy shops.

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Dennis the Menace Park: Kicks for Kids

After I recovered from hitting the candy stores in Monterey, we drove ten minutes to Dennis the Menace Park, a children’s playground designed by Hank Ketchum, the creator of the comic strip.

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Dry Creek Valley: Last of the Red Hot Peaches

Surveying the endless acres of vineyards around Healdsburg these days, it’s hard to imagine that the area used to be known as the “buckle on the prune belt.”

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Walking the Narrows in Zion National Park

Stepping out of our tent into the predawn of southern Utah, I could still see millions of stars.

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Featured Destination: Albuquerque, a New Mexico Surprise

Before my recent trip to Albuquerque, I knew absolutely nothing about the city or the area. But after I experienced rattlesnakes, scenic drives, restaurants, Pueblo culture, and an international flamenco festival, I wished I could stay longer.

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American International Rattlesnake Museum in Albuquerque

The American International Rattlesnake Museum in Old Town Albuquerque claims to have the largest collection of different species of live rattlesnakes in the world, beating out some top-notch zoos.

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