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Book Review: Secret San Francisco by Ruth Carlson

Secret San Francisco: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure by Ruth Carlson Post contributed by Lisa Crovo Dion The peaceful Columbarium holds the remains of some prominent SF citizens. Secret San Francisco by Ruth Carlson is one of the latest titles about this beautiful, ever-changing, and richly historic city. I’ve written [...]

Book Review: So Happiness to Meet You

This is a guest post by Susan Guillory of The Unexplorer. If you’re like me, you soak up books about living in other countries. That’s why, when I had the opportunity to review So Happiness to Meet You: Foolishly, Blissfully Stranded in Vietnam, by Karin Esterhammer, I jumped at the chance. The name of the book, naturally, piqued [...]

2018-12-01T07:37:07-08:00Travel Writer|

Review: Food Trails by Lonely Planet Foods

So many books get published on a daily basis, that it becomes overwhelming to even keep up with them. But one book I'm excited to review today is the Food Trails by Lonely Planet Foods book. It marries my two loves: food and travel. Keep reading to find out why you need this book before [...]

2017-06-26T07:35:46-07:00Food|

National Parks Guide U.S.A.: For Kids but Adult Friendly

Just because a book is written with kids in mind, doesn’t mean an adult shouldn’t claim it. Such is the case with the centennial edition of National Geographic Kids National Parks Guide U.S.A.When it came in the mail, I nabbed it. The kid companion of National Geographic Guide to National Parks of the United States, recently published to [...]

2017-06-26T07:35:49-07:00Travel|