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What to Pack: A Night Out in San Francisco

What to Pack: A Night Out in San Francisco February 17, 2012 | What to Pack | Read More
San Francisco’s notoriously cold fog seeps into the city most nights, making more skimpy going-out attire impractical. You’ll fit in perfectly with the artsy local scene with this edgy outfit – while still managing to still stay warm. MICHAEL Michael Kors polka dot blouse, $268 Diesel...

Sinking City Sees Sightseers as Savior

Sinking City Sees Sightseers as Savior August 4, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
You think your city has problems? Well, let’s see… Is it rapidly sinking into the Adriatic Sea? Does it flood every year, forcing you to walk on wooden planks, or wade through high tide? Is your city in serious need of a $33 million rescue? Didn’t think so. But Venice is. Despite its slightly soggy...

Taxi Driver Returns Passenger’s Forgotten Bag Packed With $26,500

Taxi Driver Returns Passenger’s Forgotten Bag Packed With $26,500 June 16, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
If you’re still wondering if there is good in the world, there is. AP uncovered a story this week about a Vietnamese cab driver with a heart of gold. Imagine you’re a passenger carrying a stack of important documentation, and – for whatever reason – $26,500 in cash of three different...

What Did You Call Me?! Slurs and Slang for Americans Abroad

What Did You Call Me?! Slurs and Slang for Americans Abroad April 27, 2010 | Around the World, Featured, Talk Like a Local | Read More
He rocks cargo shorts and a baseball cap, tilted at a jaunty angle day and night; he swigs from a bottle of cheap beer wherever he goes; he smothers his steak in ketchup; he waves his American passport like a carte blanche; he yells at the top of his lungs and dishes out high fives like his palms hold...

San Diego: A Local Spin on the Tourist Hot Spots

San Diego: A Local Spin on the Tourist Hot Spots January 12, 2010 | San Diego | Read More
While many spots seem like typical tourist destinations to anyone familiar with San Diego, add a local’s perspective and you’ll find another side to the looking glass – and discover why natives love it so much. 1. Balboa Park: Though the Balboa Park remains San Diego’s biggest...
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