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Skip Vasquez

Maximize the San Antonio Riverwalk Experience!

Cultural significance, riverboats, and some of the best restaurants in Texas all ad to the allure of the world famous San Antonio Riverwalk. Take advice from an expert in the city and the area and maximize the full experience!

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Abel Trevino

Cabo “Sun” Lucas

Cabo San Lucas, on the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, is a destination that has been on my bucket list for years, but I just never made the time to go. As I get older, traveling gets harder. It’s not like I have familial obligations to prevent me – well, we do have pets and finding the

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Kathleen Walls

Two Casitas Offer an Old Sante Fe Welcome

Nothing is more welcoming on a cold night than a warm fire flickering in an old fashioned cast iron stove. It’s really a gas heater but it looks and feels like a real old fashioned wood one. Naturally, there is back up heat and air conditioning if you visit in summer. When I visited Two

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Corey Dembeck

Mountain, City, Sea, and Save in the Tacoma Area

“It’s weird. I thought it was supposed to always rain in the Pacific Northwest? But it hasn’t really rained since I moved to Tacoma,” I asked an acquaintance a few weeks after moving to the city thirteen-years ago. “Shhhhhh, don’t tell anyone,” he responded. “It’s our secret.” I was captivated by Tacoma. It was really

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Kristen Damazio

Three Days Underground in Southern Arizona

Most times when we are traveling we see and think about the sights that are above ground, the ones that are right before our eyes. But, after our three days underground, we now wonder what’s below the ground that we are missing or has yet to be discovered.

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Heather Dembeck

Western Washington Day Hike and Camping Near Porter Creek Falls

Earlier this spring, my son won a book from the Wet Science Center. He entered a photo of a massive earthworm that he found in our driveway and received the book Urban Trails Olympia by Craig Romano. Romano’s book details more than 155 miles of trails in the Olympia and surrounding areas. He provides GPS coordinates

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Julie Gant

The Stilly

The Stillaguamish River, near Mount Pilchuck in northern Washington, is my soul river.

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Philly Smooth Traveler

Experience St. Lucia

            Saint Lucia was possibly inhabited 3,000 years ago by the Ciboney and based on archaeological research and artifacts it has been proven that “Iouanalao” island, “land of the iguanas”, was settled by the Arawaks around 2,000 years ago. They were invaded around 1,000 A.D. by the South American Carib Indians whose hostility extended to the first

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