Tag Archives: California

7 Classic Boardwalks to Visit This Summer

It could be the thrill that comes as the wooden roller coaster climbs to crazy heights, or the sugar high compliments of funnel cakes and salt water taffy. Whatever the reason, boardwalks have a magnetic effect, attracting visitors of all ages looking for a taste of seaside Americana.

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June 25, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Save 10% in California

Bay Area golden gate bridge

This deal has expired, but you can still check out all of our great things to do in California! From now until June 11th, spend at least $350 USD* on tours in California, you will save 10% on your shopping cart. Visit popular attractions with our top California tours and sightseeing options. You can see the sights in a day […]

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May 28, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Festivals Happening Around the World in July

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The summery (at least for the Northern Hemisphere) month of July is host to a number of exciting festivals around the globe. From America’s Independence Day to the Darwin Beer Can Regatta, here are some of the month’s most fascinating festivals.

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July 2, 2013 by | 4 Comments

7 Ways to Enjoy Santa Barbara Aside from the Beach

Santa Barbara Courthouse

With many exciting outdoor activities, Santa Barbara is perfectly poised to be your beach destination of choice. But there’s a lot more happening in this big little town than first meets the eye. With a population of around 100,000, a mean annual temperature of 72, and miles of beautiful coastline, Santa Barbara is a playground for the wealthy, and there is a lot to do here. If you’re hanging out in Santa Barbara and want more to do than just see the beach, here are 7 great ways to spend your time.

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July 1, 2013 by | 2 Comments

Meet Alberto Nosenzo, a Private Tour Guide in San Francisco

Meet Alberto!

As the name suggests, Alberto Nosenzo was born and raised in Italy but moved to San Francisco over 9 years ago after falling in love with the city. Because of his upbringing, Alberto is able to share his city highlights with visitors in either English, Italian or Spanish – the perfect tour guide for foreigners and Americans alike. The region beyond the city walls are a specialty for Alberto, who also offers extended trips to Muir Woods, Napa Valley and Yosemite National Park to name a few.

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May 28, 2013 by | 0 Comments

10 Things You Probably Don’t Know About San Diego

San Diego Beach

With sapphire waves, warm beaches and famous tourist sites, San Diego’s reputation as an iconic surf and sun destination is justified.  Yet, visitors exploring beyond beaches and the Zoo can take these roads less traveled, enhancing a visit to this popular SoCal enclave. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about San Diego:

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April 29, 2013 by | 1 Comment

Cycling on the San Andreas Fault

One of the best ways to see the canyon is to cycle, which is why I’m wearing a helmet and straddling a bike for the first time in, ooh, more years than I care to remember and readying myself for The Earthquake Canyon Bike Express.

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April 24, 2013 by | 0 Comments

10 Best Places to Hike in the World

Mount Cook in New Zealand

Whether climbing Everest is at the top of your bucket list or you’d prefer a gentle hike through the British countryside, the world is full of jaw-dropping natural landscapes that beg to be discovered on foot. From Iceland’s otherworldly topography to unveiling the real Middle Earth in New Zealand, here are 10 of the best places to hike in the world.

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April 22, 2013 by | 3 Comments

The World’s Strangest Beaches

Giant's Causeway, Dublin, Ireland.

While white sand beaches with azure waters and billowing palms are nice, they’re far from unusual. For those looking for a truly unique coastal experience, the following beaches provide just that. Barking sand, star-shaped fossils and natural underground hot springs are just a few of the strange experiences you can have on the following weird beaches.

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April 12, 2013 by | 2 Comments

Joshua Tree National Park Jeep Adventure

Joshua Tree

“You got air back there?” Dori asked from the front of the Jeep. Bouncing around in the back seats (although fortunately strapped down), we replied in the affirmative: yes, we had gotten airborne for just a moment.

“Good,” she yelled happily, “it ain’t a Jeep Tour until you’ve got air”.

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March 21, 2013 by | 0 Comments

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