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Walk San Francisco: A Route Dictated by Burgers, Rain and Tenderloin

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Walk San Francisco for the Clashing Colors

 

The best way to see a city is by foot. That’s why I decided to walk San Francisco.

 

Actually, when I first arrived, I decided to run San Francisco. (I had just spent all day in the car from Tahoe and needed to burn off the 1,200 calorie lunch I had ingested at the In N’ Out.) Read more

The Best Things to Do in Philadelphia Sans Plan

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The Best Things to do in Philadelphia

As travelers, sometimes we feel an obligation to see things. I had been to Philadelphia before–once to run a marathon, another time to attend a wedding, and once more to eat a cheesesteak (more or less). On my most recent trip to Philadelphia, I felt like I should see the city, but I didn’t want to go through the trouble of planning anything. So instead of reading up on the best things to do in Philadelphia, I strolled the city without purpose or plan and gave command to my stomach and nose. Essentially, I wandered lost in search of great food (and also some incredible history). And luckily, I had the two perfect companions for wandering lost, my wife Marissa and her friend Jess, who could both audition and secure a place on the show The Amazing Race: The Quickly Going in Circles Series.

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Swapping the To-Do List for the Bucket List

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It’s hard to get to the bucket list when the to-do list is endless. Before my wife and I left for Southeast Asia, I had the following items to plow through: Read more

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