2-days in Valle de Guadalupe: Mexico’s Wine Country

Just two hours south of San Diego in Baja California, Mexico, you will find a lesser known Pacific coast wine region; Valle de Guadalupe (Valle). Valle rivals California’s Napa Valley. This region marked by arid weather, moderate temperatures rugged mountains and tranquil valleys is a prime location for growing grapes …

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A 3-day, 2 Nations Road Trip: San Diego California and Northern Baja

San Diego, Tijuana and Rosarito, Mexico If you have a passport, theoretically, you can hop the line between San Diego and northern Baja Mexico in just a matter of minutes or hours (depending on the lines at the border crossing). So, traveling to both is not a huge deal once …

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Affordable Cape May

At the southern-most tip of New Jersey sits Cape May, the Nation’s Oldest Seashore Resort, which bears the distinction of being a National Historic Landmark. Shaded streets lined with Victorian homes and functioning gaslights, are the hallmark of this seaside retreat. Twenty-five years ago, Cape May was a sleepy little …

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State Fair or County Fair? You Be the Judge.

There are certain things that you can expect at any agricultural-based county or state fair: the smell of carney food, livestock, 4-H exhibits and the thrill of the Midway. This month (July) you have your pick between the Cecil County (Maryland) Fair and the Delaware State Fair. I had the …

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