Let me tell you about Mount Tamalpais State Park in Marin County, California.
Ithaca puts two bastions of radical, anti-establishment, and progressive thought on Cayuga Lake, the middle finger of the Finger Lakes.
Oaxaca, Mexico is a full eight-hour drive from the nearest coast. What the hell, right?
Not every vacation we plan is to an exotic destination. Sometimes, we just want to go someplace close and quiet.
Seattle is famous for its horrible weather, so it’s no surprise that I don’t live there and never will.
The Napa Valley is full of beautiful places to get stinking drunk.
NorCal is nothing like SoCal, despite what Hollywood movies would have you believe.
Though Quito was merely the second capital of the Inca Empire, it was, and still is, first in “cities surrounded on all sides by active volcanoes.”
Famed nature photographer Ansel Adams first gazed upon Yosemite and said, “I’m gonna need a bigger format camera.”
It’s the name of a famous movie, and there’s a riverwalk here, and…oh, never mind.
We picked Mazatlán for all the things you don’t do here. Namely, wear shoes or pants.
Cancun has fascinating archeological sites and a rich history that you can explore in between Margaritas.