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Re: Visit San Francisco, Learn to Cook.

DrFumblefinger ·
Yumm!!!! Thanks for the heads up. That could be a fun way to spend a day by the Bay.
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Planning Your Next Trip to SoCal

pitter beraton ·
A singer/songwriter named Bethany Cosentino, the vocalist half of the duo Best Coast, writes in a song called The Only Place: “Why would you live anywhere else / We’ve got the ocean, got the babes / Got the sun, we’ve got the waves / This is the only place for me.” It’s a catchy song, and she echoes the sentiments of the Beach Boys and many other musicians and writers who sang and wrote about The Golden State. While your reasons for why you’d actually live anywhere else might vary, we would...
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The Best Livable Nature Cities In The U.S.

Knishida ·
Best U.S. Cities For Nature Lovers By Kirstin Chock Science has proven that the elements of nature improve our mental and physical health. Research studies found that nature has many benefits like improving your mood, improving your breathing, and improving your cardiovascular system. The unfortunate thing is that there are hardly any nature locations that are not in the middle of nowhere or that are not on the outskirts of civilization. However, there are a few places in the U.S. that are...
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Visit San Francisco, Learn to Cook.

PortMoresby ·
I've heard of taking a cooking class as part of a stay in Thailand or Italy, but now San Francisco Cooking School is offering day-long classes, in addition to their very serious professional career curriculum.  From wine to steak to pastry...
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New Mexico: It ain't new, and it ain't Mexico!

Inn on the Alameda ·
January 6 th , 2014 is the 102nd anniversary of New Mexican Statehood , which makes this a good time to take a look at the exciting and unique history of our town dating back much further than our statehood. The story of Santa Fe is a multicultural tapestry that dates to the 16th century and defines it as one of the most unique, amazing capital cities in the entire United States. Eighty years after Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztecs and established New Spain, the Conquistador Don Juan de...
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