You can hardly toss a tortilla in Tucson, Ariz., without hitting a really terrific Mexican restaurant. One of the best is El Charro Café, owned and operated by three generations of the Flores family since 1922.
Brush Lake, the only state park in all of Northeast Montana, sits in some of the emptiest land this side of Mongolia. Even locals would agree that it’s a long drive past nowhere, and a good place to visit for peace and quiet.
The official baseball season runs from April to October, but stadium tours operate year-round. That means you can take yourself out to the ballpark, even when the Giants aren’t in town, on a daily public tour.
By the time you pay for tickets, parking, and popcorn at AT&T Park, you might not have much left for a hot dog and a soda, let alone a good square meal. Fortunately, the neighborhoods around the stadium are home to some very fine, reasonably priced restaurants.