North Park restauranteurs know food is the consummate unifier. The table and people around it fulfill a purpose; to feel love and connected while sharing that which sustains us. In a culture where everyone in trying to figure out how they are different from you, gathering for a meal is a great equalizer and shows

The snow has melted, and the sun is shining in this North American metropolis. Perched on a 30-mile-long island at the convergence of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, Montreal is the perfect blend of modernity and stunning historic architecture. I spent a week there last summer and felt like I was in Europe! Why

Summer is upon us ⛱. That means vacation time for two and four-legged family members! Pet-friendly vacation rentals are perfect when traveling with your beloved pooch. Having a house with a fenced backyard for Fido to romp, and your own kitchen where you both can chow down feels like home. You care about where your pet

Sycuan Casino in San Diego County is raising the “steaks” with its new restaurant — Bull and Bourbon. The high-end steakhouse unveiled this month with Chef Aldo Negrete at the helm. Spanning 6,689 square feet with a capacity for 212 guests, the light and airy space is a new twist on old-time dimly lit, red-velvet

Thank you SDVoyager for including me in your choice of San Diego’s most inspiring stories! Extremely grateful and honored.   Click here for article: http://sdvoyager.com/interview/meet-maggie-espinosa-travelwithmaggie-com-san-diego/

I am in the Hospitality and Tourism Management master’s degree program at San Diego State University. One project I’m working on is how to better serve your travel needs. I’ve put together a 15 question survey asking what destinations are on your bucket list, favorite travel companion (dead or alive), etc. I would greatly appreciate

I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since I visited Cuba. I amassed so many fond memories during my week on the island. Each town has its own unique personality weather it be Havana, Trinidad, or Cienfuego. If you’re thinking of taking a trip to the Caribbean nation, I say go. Here are 10

I recently spent a few days at my happy place…Palm Springs. This desert destination truly is magical and my stay at Miramonte Resort a few miles east made it even more so. Daily outings to nearby wilderness preserves and evenings around the hotel fire pit gazing at the stars made my mini-vacay the consummate getaway. Here’s

1) Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline. That’s more than California, Florida, & Hawaii combined. 2) The Mall of America in Bloomington is the size of 78 football fields — 9.5 million square feet. 3) Tonka Trucks were developed and continue to be manufactured in Minnetonka, Minnesota.   4) Wheaties cereal was invented in Minnesota.

Could the skull in San Diego’s Natural History Museum be related to a White River monster in Arkansas? The Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum” interviewed me about this creature’s tie to San Diego, and how for decades it terrorized a small town. San Diego reporter, Diane Bell, spoke with me to try and reveal