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Africa Travel Do’s & Don’ts Amid COVID-19

As COVID-19 wreaks havoc across the globe, tourism-dependent regions are suffering exponentially. The continent of Africa is one glaring example, with South Africa propelled into the global top 10 for coronavirus infections, reportedly now surpassing the United Kingdom in cases. For its part, the tourism and industrial sectors in North Africa will likely be hardest […]

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5 Reasons the BMW Performance Center West is a Travel Itinerary Imperative

With the travel and tourism sector having taken a gut punch this year amid coronavirus concerns, many are seeking new and innovative ways to enjoy memorable vacation activities—particularly those that allow for individualized experiences that inherently facilitate crowd avoidance. With that, I’ve found a fabulous option in the BMW Performance Center West. This permanent performance […]

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Nation’s Largest Ghost Tour ‘Nightly Spirits’ Helps Local Restaurant Scenes

::: Haunted tour operator welcomes back guests for nightly thrills :::   After months of “going dark” on hiatus amid the COVID-19 health crisis that brought America to a veritable standstill over the first and second quarter of 2020, many restaurants and bars are reopening—or are poised to do so in short order. This as […]

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Alcatraz East Crime Museum Teams up with Natalee Holloway Resource Center to Offer Travel Safety Tips

  It was 15 years ago on May 30, 2005 that Beth Holloway’s nightmare began. Her daughter, Natalee Holloway, went missing in Aruba while on a high school senior trip. While the details of her daughter’s disappearance remain a mystery, Beth has turned her grief into a mission of helping others, not only does she […]

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5 Dynamite San Diego Destinations for Spring & Summer

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably started your Spring Break and even summer vacation planning to ensure availability for the desired away dates. It’s certainly never too soon to get yourself booked somewhere spectacular, which also feeds the excitement and anticipation of the excursion to come. No matter the occasion, reason or season, you’d […]

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6 Southwest Destinations Delivering Holiday Cheer

Whether you’re planning to get you and yours out and about this holiday season, or are considering travel-oriented experiential gifts for another, I strongly suggest you turn attentions to America’s Southwest. With an abundance of blue skies, refreshing breezes and every kind of terrain—from sandy beaches to snow-capped mountains to desert dunes…and much in between—the […]

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Fall-Focused Excursions in SoCal

If you’re looking forward to a fun-filled October, fall season or holiday getaway but haven’t decided on a destination, you should definitely consider a trip to Buena Park, California. It’s home to five of the seven major attractions in Orange County, which is why the area has long been considered the entertainment capital of Southern […]

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‘5th & Sky’ Rooftop Gardens & Lounge Delights Atop Downtown San Diego

Often when I’m out-and-about in downtown San Diego’s famed Gaslamp Quarter, I’m indelibly drawn to Theatre Box—a 73,000-square-foot luxury theatre, dining and entertainment complex encompassing one full city block. This collab between TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, and the Sugar Factory (with locations nationwide) has been epic. It not only launched TCL Chinese Theatre’s […]

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