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Where to Stay, Eat and Play in San Diego: Part 2

This is a 3-part series on my best restaurant experiences, activities, and hotel stays during my vacation in balmy San Diego.
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Where to Stay, Eat and Play in San Diego: Part 1

I was in a desperate need of a break.  The last time that we went on vacation was to Chicago in the smack middle of winter in 2013.  This year, I needed some sun on my skin and sand between my toes. 
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Best Restaurant Dishes of 2011 in Vancouver BC, Austin TX and beyond

It’s been a remarkable year.  Looking back at my Flickr feed, it’s apparent that I ate very well. Exceptionally well. Ridiculously, unreasonably well.
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Children Friendly Restaurants in Seattle with Great Food (and some darn cute kids)

Typically, half of my travel photos comprise of various cocktails, wines, and spirits that I’ve imbibed. As a change of pace, I took a quickie trip down to Seattle, WA to spend a few days with a family that I love dearly. Over the weekend, I responded promptly whenever the youngin’ called for “Auntie Mel”. With two young and exceedingly sweet kids (at the best of time) in tow, I explored some of Seattle’s best kid friendly restaurants.
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9 Best Restaurant and Bar Experiences in Vancouver and Seattle in September 2011

In the Best Restaurant Meals series, I curate my most noteworthy nosh from the past week(s) with mobile photos. Here’s what I ate when I was away on a mini vacation in Seattle last weekend.
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Portland: Great Meals, OK Food, and a Rude Restaurant Experience

Think Portland, Oregon and funky food trucks, freshly roasted coffee, and craft beer immediately comes to mind. Two weekends ago, I tornado’ed through the city to explore what else defines their eclectic food scene.
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Farm to Fork Travel on BC’s Circle Farm Tour

Sure, we talk about farm-to-fork dining but do we ever walk the walk?  I’ll be first to admit that I’ve never done any farm work in my life. Try to contain your shock.  I am, however, a firm believe that meeting the people behind my food makes it taste better.
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