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Switzerland with Dad, Remembering Mom

May 7, 2016

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This is the second part to the “Paris with Dad..” article. Dad and I went to Paris and Switzerland in the summer of 2015 to visit places he and mom had loved – favorite sites,  restaurants, and hotels.  I was there for ten days (five days in Paris and five days in Switzerland) and he […]

Paris with Dad remembering Mom

January 17, 2016

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I aspire to be the world traveler my Dad is. Sure, I’ve been lucky enough to travel to exciting destinations like Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, England, and Switzerland, but Dad has been on around the world trips more than 15 times – he lives to travel! Even now well into retirement, Dad is planning a trip […]

Hotel Del Coronado at the Holiday’s

January 1, 2015

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    There’s something magical about the Hotel Del Coronado during the holiday’s, where the beauty of the coastline coexists with luxury holiday spirt. We booked our room at the Del months in advance for New Years Eve and when we heard the weather report we were prepared to stay in all night and listen […]

San Diego’s Adams Ave Street Fair

September 29, 2013

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People watching is my favorite thing to do at street fairs where there are all kinds! This year, while people watching and beer tasting at the Adams Avenue Street Fair, I was in search of colorful things at the vendor booths. Colorful things I found, and after the fourth craft beer things started to get […]

48 Hour Film Project – San Diego Premier

July 30, 2013

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YES you can make a movie in 48 hours! I know that now for sure, having just gone through the process with a cast and crew of 31 people, working very hard, on little to no sleep. The 48 Hour Film Project is an international competition in 120 cities with over 60,000 participants. http://48hourfilm.com/en/about/history.php We […]

Bite San Diego – gourmet walking food tours

July 29, 2013

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Fun way to explore an area either close to home or for visitors. This three hour walking tour priced at $45 each took us to 6 different delightful restaurants and sweet shops. Not too much walking in between each stop, probably a mile or two total walking. My tour had 12 people, most with LivingSocial […]

Fort Collins, CO – It’s all country & beer

July 23, 2013

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A year ago, when my son Jordan said he was going to move to Fort Collins, CO to go to college, I was sad he was moving so far away. A two-hour plane ride from San Diego and then one hour drive north of Denver, Fort Collins is home to one of my favorite breweries […]