Category Archives: USA

Culture, Community and Culinary Finds in Ann Arbor

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Share it now!International travel is wonderful, and can truly change your life. It can get pricey, not to mention the long travel time to your destination. This can certainly be difficult with children. Before you head on over to an … Continue reading

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Into the wild : Yogi who camped and hiked

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Share it now!There exist several well documented examples demonstrating that one week of camping sans electronics, not only resets our biological body clock but also synchronizes melatonin (hormone) production with sunrise and sunset. Armed with the knowledge of these studies, … Continue reading

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Budget friendly romantic vacation to Amicalola Falls, GA

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Share it now!Traveling to far off places to experience fun, happiness and peace is a passé.We don’t have to rush through life to book that ticket for Europe or to save money for a luxurious trip to the oceans. Lately, I … Continue reading

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Go Eat Give hosts Destination Nepal in Atlanta

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Share it now!As a part of its focus on raising cultural awareness, Go Eat Give hosted its monthly Destination Dinner on Saturday, June 14 at Himalayan Spice Restaurant and Bar in Atlanta, GA, showcasing the country of Nepal. The first … Continue reading

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60s Iconic Revolving Atlanta Bar ReOpens June 10

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Share it now! Having opened in 1967, this high-perched, rotating Polaris restaurant has been an Atlanta landmark for more than four decades. Sitting above the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the dome- shaped establishment completes one full rotation every 45 minutes, providing … Continue reading

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A Day Trip to Muir Woods

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Share it now!Located 45 minutes north of San Francisco over the Golden Gate Bridge is a place where you can find trees older than the USA itself. It’s called Muir Woods and it happens to be the home of thousands … Continue reading

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San Diego Dining Guide

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Share it now!San Diego is one of those cities where buzz words like “farm to table, organic, locally sourced” are norms, not novelties. Southern California chefs use mostly seasonal ingredients, unless they source the very best (such as New England … Continue reading

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Some Like It Hot at The Del Coronado

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Share it now!Regarded by critics as one of the finest American movies ever made, Some Like It Hot continues to delight audiences 50 years after it debuted in 1959; in fact, the American Film Institute named it No. 1 on … Continue reading

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San Diego’s Obsession With The Beet Salad

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Share it now!During my recent visit to San Diego for the Travel and Adventure Show, I dined at some of the most reputable restaurants in the city. I was delighted to find that many of the places cooked with fresh, … Continue reading

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Driving Into Mexico, by Accident!

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Share it now!The beautiful city of San Diego, California is located only a few miles north of the Mexico border. In fact, I was driving on Interstate 5 and noticed highway signs that read “Mexico exit is coming up.” My … Continue reading

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