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Travel After Tragedy: Why We Keep Traveling

As I write this, fires are ravaging through Sonoma and Napa County, my homeland, and have not even begun to be contained. Last week, I was inundated with horrific stories about friends who witnessed the unthinkable shooting in Las Vegas. Two years later, I still experience pangs of sorrow each morning as I pass the […]

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Two Harbors: The Other Catalina

Most of the one million people who come to Catalina every year visit Avalon, an enchanting yet touristy seaside town on the island’s south end known for its lack of cars, elaborate tile artwork, multitude of shops and restaurants, and the famous architecture of the Catalina Casino hugging Avalon Bay. The city is small but […]

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Top Ten Things for Families to do in Santa Cruz, CA

Photo Courtesy of BigStock/inacioluc On the surface, Santa Cruz looks like a Beach Boys tune come to life. There’s a thriving surf culture, ample space designated for beach volleyball and sandcastle building, and an amusement park sits just feet from the ocean waves. Some might say that an endless summer is enjoyed in these parts. […]

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Where To Take Your Train Enthusiast Kid

Photo By Woman_In_Travel I remember when my eldest was two and grandpa bought him a train table. He spent hours and hours building tracks and going around the table in circles. His favorite train was James (from Thomas and Friends). For all of you moms and dads who have a little one who is a […]

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The Best of Monterey for Families

Located 2 hours south of San Francisco and just north of the infamous Big Sur Mountains of the Central Coast, is beautiful Monterey, California.

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