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Lions, Tigers, and Gondolas at Two California Zoos

Lions, Tigers, and Gondolas at Two California Zoos

By Greg Aragon I love zoos. I love the awareness they bring to the plight of animals and the joy and intrigue they bring to kids of all ages. So…

It’s Time for Tantalizing Ticino, Switzerland

It’s Time for Tantalizing Ticino, Switzerland

By Greg Aragon I’ve been to the German and French speaking regions of Switzerland, but I have yet to visit the southern part of the country, near the Alps and…

Fish and Chips and Battleships in San Pedro

Fish and Chips and Battleships in San Pedro

By Greg Aragon I drove to San Pedro last week for the renowned fresh seafood at San Pedro Fish Market. But when I got off the freeway and saw the…

Scotland’s St. Andrews is More Than a Picturesque Coastal Town

Scotland’s St. Andrews is More Than a Picturesque Coastal Town

By May S. Ruiz Mention St. Andrews, Scotland, and most people would automatically think of golf. It is, after all, popularly known as the birthplace of this sport where it…

Pageant of the Masters Takes Guests ‘Under the Sun’

Pageant of the Masters Takes Guests ‘Under the Sun’

By Greg Aragon Southern California is full of beauty and magic, and one the region’s most unique and mesmerizing spectacles is the Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach. Held…

Summer in San Diego Paradise

Summer in San Diego Paradise

By Greg Aragon To some, paradise is a romantic dinner on a moonlit bay. To others it’s a secluded bungalow on the beach, or a soothing massage in a tropical setting. To…

Escape to Ventura Harbor Village

Escape to Ventura Harbor Village

By Greg Aragon I love a compact getaway where everything is within walking distance and I don’t have to worry about driving for dining, shopping, sightseeing, or activities. This is…

Cruising, Climbing and Crawling in a new 2018 Jeep Wrangler

Cruising, Climbing and Crawling in a new 2018 Jeep Wrangler

By Greg Aragon Few words inspire adventure and travel like Jeep. From its inception in the early 1940s, this first-of-its-kind off-road vehicle took soldiers to battle and civilians to thrilling,…

Drakesbad Guest Ranch Welcomes Visitors for 118th Year of Rustic Charm

Drakesbad Guest Ranch Welcomes Visitors for 118th Year of Rustic Charm

By Greg Aragon Summer is upon us and that means that one of my favorite Northern California hideaways is ready for yet another season of rustic charm and excitement. On…

Summer Fun and Food in Avila Beach

Summer Fun and Food in Avila Beach

By Greg Aragon If I close my eyes I can almost see the old wooden pier standing in the sea and hear the rocks rolling in the waves outside my…

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