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Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa a Splendid Respite

Courtesy Marriott International, Inc

South Florida, or “SoFla” for the enlightened, is home to more than five million residents, which is understandable given the region encompasses gorgeous coastal cities like Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach. The area has remained a tourist hub for decades, even now attracting over 12 million visitors annually. A quick look at the weather […]

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The Ambrose Hotel Santa Monica Mastering Boutique Hospitality

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There’s just something about a boutique hotel. Maybe it’s the quaint locales or the stylish upscale accommodations. Perhaps it’s the extraordinarily personalized level of service or the charming and unexpected touches that make it abundantly clear you’re not at a cookie-cutter chain operation.  It’s these things and more that draw me to boutique properties time […]

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Via Veneto Santa Monica Dishing Star-Caliber Italian Cuisine

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Los Angeles is a city known as much for its distinctive award-winning eateries as it is for its celebrity residents. In fact, many of the city’s restaurants—particularly those frequented by Hollywood’s elite—often become as revered as the star clientele, themselves. One such establishment is Via Veneto in Santa Monica, which enjoys its fair share of […]

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I.D. Theft Protection Perfection with ‘Pagalli’ Fine Leather Wallets

Courtesy of The Pagalli Project

As recently as January 2016 the FTC announced the escalating incidence of identity theft, revealing that it had received nearly 500,000 consumer complaints about identity theft, “representing a 47 percent increase over the prior year.” The report also cited the ominous  Department of Justice estimate that “17.6 million Americans were victims of identity theft in […]

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Entertainment Aplenty at V Theater in Las Vegas

Courtesy David Saxe Productions

Las Vegas, NV. Whether it’s your first or 25th time visiting Las Vegas, you’ll surely want to take in a show or two amidst the time you spend eating, gaming, clubbing, sunning and otherwise funning in Sin City. Thankfully, there are no shortage of shows suited for nearly all interests and inclinations—an impressively large number […]

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Seven Reasons to Love Fleming’s La Jolla

Courtesy Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

San Diego, CA. Having lived in San Diego for well over a decade I’ve had the pleasure of eating at Fleming’s La Jolla location on numerous occasions. With each, the award-winning restaurant exhibited why it’s remained a North County staple for classic steakhouse fare since opening in 1999. Fleming’s La Jolla was, in fact, the […]

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Vetting Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Las Vegas

Courtesy Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, Inc

If you’ve dined at any of the Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak Houses throughout the U.S., you’ve certainly reveled in the sophisticated chophouse chain’s take on prime steak and seafood. While there are expected synergies among all of the locations, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Las Vegas breaks the “if you’ve seen one, you’ve […]

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Enhancements Abound at the Plaza Hotel Las Vegas

Courtesy The Plaza Hotel

If you haven’t been to the Plaza Hotel Las Vegas lately and can make your way to the property, you’re in for a surprise. The hotel has undergone a litany of physical renovations and operational changes to keep guests more comfortable and entertained than ever. Situated in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, the Plaza […]

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