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Reading Time: 3 minutes In this post we share photos from Playa la Ropa in Zihuatanejo, Mexico. This mile-long fine grain white sand beach is lined with coconut trees, and the hotels and restaurants on the shore are nicely integrated into the surrounds as to not disrupt the tranquility.

Playa la Ropa still maintains its roots as a fisherman’s village but offers the modern comforts for a beautiful walk or stay in the area. For this reason, it is a must-visit.

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Reading Time: 6 minutes This is a list of activity recommendations for three days, two nights in Boise, Idaho, one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Boise is consistently included in top ten lists like the best U.S. downtowns, the best city to raise a family, the healthiest, and the best place to retire. It’s no wonder why this city’s second name is Treasure Valley.

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Reading Time: 6 minutes This is a list of activity recommendations for three days, two nights in South Lake Tahoe, California, a resort city that is situated on Lake Tahoe, the largest Alpine lake in North America.

This is not intended to be a comprehensive visitor’s guide to Lake Tahoe. Lake Tahoe’s many towns that dot its shoreline and surrounds each deserve their own consideration. For this reason, we plan to highlight our recommendations for things to do in separate posts.

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Reading Time: 5 minutes In this post we share photos from one of our favorites walks in San Francisco, California, USA. Trace our path from Fisherman’s Wharf to Chrissy Field onto Fort Point National Historic Site, which offers closeup views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

This six mile walk can be completed in a day. Consider splitting the time into two separate experiences if you are interested in brunching/lunching, shopping, visiting Alcatraz or lazing at the beach.

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Redwood City is situated between San Francisco and San Jose. Stop off for a visit to this storied city as you make your way from San Francisco to San Jose via car or train.

The city became an important post during the latter period of the California Gold Rush (1848–1855). The city has since transformed into a manufacturing hub during the 1960s and 70s and more recently, a home for some of Silicon Valley’s high technology companies.