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Escape to Ventura Harbor Village
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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 what I loved about my recent visit to Ventura Harbor Village, where restaurants, shops, and beach-front adventures are located in one charming spot, within a…

Cruising, Climbing and Crawling in a new 2018 Jeep Wrangler
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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, hard-to-reach destinations. In the process it became a legend. So when I got a chance to test drive a new, 2018 Wrangler JL Sport for…

Best Tours In / From Tel Aviv (One Day Or Less)
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Best Tours In / From Tel Aviv (One Day Or Less)

By Jennifer Schlueter Tel Aviv is also called the city that never sleeps and there’s certainly enough reasons why: There are so many things to do! Therefore, I tested a few tours in and from Tel Aviv for you: One was a pub crawl through Tel Aviv’s Rothschild area, one a day tour from Tel…

Panama City Melds Old World Splendor with Modern Influence
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Panama City Melds Old World Splendor with Modern Influence

By Donna Polizzi Panama City was beyond expectations. If you’re looking for a luxurious boutique hotel in Panama City, book the La Concordia, in Casco Viejo. The architecture is stunning. It is triangular in shape and situated at the helm of a busy intersection.  Montecito Village Travel recommended it for being placed in the midst…

Wandering Dog in Solvang, California
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Wandering Dog in Solvang, California

By Donna Polizzi It’s not what you’re thinking. The Wandering Dog Wine Bar opened its doors in 2007 and at the time was one of the only places open past 5 p.m. in Solvang. This was especially true on the west-side of town. The proprietors, Jody and Charles Williams, both worked on the winery side before opening…

Exploring Montana’s Yellowstone Country
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Exploring Montana’s Yellowstone Country

By Greg Aragon A couple hours after landing at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport in Montana, we were sitting in The Cowboy Bar and Supper Club in the tiny town of Fishtail enjoying a big, juicy steak and reviewing our itinerary for the next week in Montana’s Yellowstone Country. My friend and I had come to…

Summer Cruise Season is Here and Alaska is Calling
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Summer Cruise Season is Here and Alaska is Calling

By Greg Aragon Summer is coming and the great white north is calling. In fact, if you listen closely you can almost hear roaring grizzly bears, splashing killer whales, rustling moose, and squawking bald eagles – all doing their best to attract tourists to share in the splendor of Alaska. So for those who have never…

Waterfront Paradise in Marina del Rey
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Waterfront Paradise in Marina del Rey

By Greg Aragon It’s hard to call a town with the world’s largest man-made marina a hidden gem, but in a way Marina Del Rey is just that. Located near the larger, more famous areas of Venice Beach and Santa Monica, the tiny city can easily be overlooked. But for savvy travelers from around the…

Pirates Cove
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Pirates Cove

By Donna Polizzi The California Central Coast offers some of the best views and hiking trails on the Pacific coastline and Pirate’s Cove is one of those places. More and more visitors are becoming aware of this nature lover’s paradise, in San Luis Obispo County. Wedged between Pismo Beach and Avila Beach, Pirate’s Cove is…

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