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Alaska: Braving the Arctic cold at Mendenhall Glacier 

The state of Alaska truly is “The Last Frontier” due to its geographical location from the U.S. mainland.  Accessible only by airplane or boat, Alaska fits the typical statement for being “off the grid”[…]

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A Weekend in Miami

BY Robert Fayette on June 9, 2017

Miami is like New York. It is full of culture and history.  Miami is like Pattaya, Thailand.  Beautiful beaches lining its coasts.  Miami is like Denver.  There are bars and restaurants on nearly every block.[…]

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New York: An Empire State of Mind

BY Robert Fayette on April 23, 2017

There is no question that New York City is the center of the world.  It is a place unlike any other.  The “Big Apple” tops many personal travel bucket lists continually drawing millions of tourists across the globe annually[…]

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Welcome to The Rock

BY Robert Fayette on April 22, 2017

Sean Connery penned the legendary line, “Welcome to The Rock” in the 1996 action film The Rock.  Filmed on Alcatraz Island off the coast San Francisco, CA, the former maximum high-security prison […]

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Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop – The oldest bar in the U.S.

BY Robert Fayette on April 19, 2017

The New Orleans nightlife bar scene is commonly associated by the hundreds of tourists that flock to Bourbon Street on a nightly base.  The search for cheap liquor, jazz music and inhibitions […]

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The Bright Lights of Los Angeles

BY Robert Fayette on April 15, 2017

High above the bustling streets of downtown Los Angeles, Sky Space offers its guests an opportunity to experience the city 69-stories from above.  Panoramic views of nearby Hollywood and legendary Dodgers Stadium, this is the must-see attraction that is gaining popularity among locals and tourists on vacation. […]

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How To Plan A Weekend Adventure To New Mexico 

BY Robert Fayette on April 10, 2017

There’s no question, I love to travel and quite often.  Traveling every month, whether it’s a day trip or the neighboring state is a natural high.  Born and raised in Southern California has provided me the opportunity to […]

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Quick Bite:  Karl Strauss Brewery in Anaheim

BY Robert Fayette on April 9, 2017

The 2017 MLB season has arrived in 30 cities in the U.S. and Canada.  Over the next 6-months, the die hard fans and those new to the game will experience what makes baseball what it is, the greatest game ever played. […]

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The Beauty of Anacapa Island

BY Robert Fayette on April 5, 2017

When I first learned of Anacapa Island earlier this year, the only thing I knew about it was that it was part of the Channel Islands National Park.  […]

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Exploring Carlsbad Caverns National Park

BY Robert Fayette on March 27, 2017

Carlsbad Caverns National Park in Carlsbad, New Mexico has always been a must-see location ever since I began traveling. I remember when I was a teenager how I always thought Carlsbad Caverns was located in Carlsbad, CA a little over a 1-hour drive from where I live. […]

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Horseshoe Bend

BY Robert Fayette on March 27, 2017

Arizona is primarily known for it’s vast desert, professional sports teams and the Grand Canyon National Park.  Horseshoe Bend is a natural wonder carved out over a million years by the Colorado River as it’s way down the Grand Canyon. […]

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Oak Alley Plantation, New Orleans Best Kept Secret

BY Robert Fayette on March 27, 2017

New Orleans is well-known for it’s culture and legendary traditions most notably, Mardi Gras.  The nightly strolls up and back down Bourbon Street for cheap alcoholic beverages. […]