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My Favorite Getaways of 2017
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My Favorite Getaways of 2017

By Greg Aragon The year 2018 is upon us and that means it’s time to look ahead to new and exciting adventures for Greg’s Getaway. But before I do this, I would like to look back on 2017 and a few of my favorite California getaways from the past year. After reviewing my map and hundreds of…

Wine, Penguins and Natural Beauty in Chile
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Wine, Penguins and Natural Beauty in Chile

By Greg Aragon Chile is one of the most beautiful and unique places on earth. Located on the eastern coast of South America, the country may look small and unassuming but as I recently learned, it has everything a discerning traveler could want. My “journey” to Chile began at a mansion in Beverly Hills recently,…

Relaxing at The Inn at Laguna Beach
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Relaxing at The Inn at Laguna Beach

By Greg Aragon Last week I wrote about the rustic charm and luxury of The Ranch at Laguna Beach. But this wasn’t the only hotel I discovered on my recent trip to the beautiful Southern California beach town. I also experienced The Inn at Laguna Beach, an iconic water-front property with lots of class and comfort. Perched…

Fall into The Ranch at Laguna Beach
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Fall into The Ranch at Laguna Beach

By Greg Aragon The Ranch at Laguna Beach is the best of both vacation worlds. Set in a lush canyon, next to a flowing stream, the resort offers guests a classy, rustic atmosphere. And located a few hundred yards from the Pacific Ocean, it also boasts a California beach feel. In other words, The Ranch…

Visiting Dublin, Ireland: Land of Leprechauns and Shamrocks
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Visiting Dublin, Ireland: Land of Leprechauns and Shamrocks

  By May S. Ruiz Summer this year took me back to Europe, my favorite travel destination.  I journeyed to Scotland for the third time on British Airways via Heathrow International in London, which is one of the busiest and most crowded airports in the world. To avoid having to go through Heathrow again coming…

Panning for Traveling Gold in Old Town Sacramento
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Panning for Traveling Gold in Old Town Sacramento

There is good reason that Sacramento became the California state capitol. Not only did the Gold Rush of 1849 begin a few miles from the town, but its location at the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers made it a great spot for people, supplies and trade to arrive by water. The city began…

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Positano, Italy: A Mediterranean Jewel

By Giuseppe Mastrobuono Positano is a village overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. It served as a port of the Amalfi Republic in Medieval times and a prosperous center for maritime trade during the 16th and 17th centuries. One truly experiences the divine amidst the sharp volcanic cliffs which slope majestically down to a crystal, azure sea….

Keys 2 the Coast –  Discovering Hidden Gems in Guadalupe
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Keys 2 the Coast – Discovering Hidden Gems in Guadalupe

By Donna Polizzi If you are looking for a day trip that is unlike any other, head to Guadalupe, California. Guadalupe is a city of roughly 7,500 people, 10 miles east of Santa Maria in Northern Santa Barbara County. Guadalupe is known as the “Gateway to the Dunes” and this town is the opposite of…

Relaxing at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina
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Relaxing at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina

By Greg Aragon There are many great ways to see San Diego and one of my new favorites is from the balcony of a room at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina. Epitomizing California coastal chic, the hotel offers incredible ocean views, waterfront dining, a contemporary poolside lounge, an eco-friendly spa, and great…

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