The Bizarre and Beautiful, Mendocino County

Located 163 miles north of San Francisco is Mendocino County, a picturesque rarity that showcases some of the most stunning natural landscapes that California has to offer. For an unforgettable road trip, grab your best friends (one of which should be a great driver given that a lot of the drive is on windy terrain), and head up the Mendocino coastline,…

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Rest + Relaxation at Palos Verdes’ Stunning Terannea Resort

Pharrell was spotted at this Mediterranean-inspired resort the night before I checked in. So. With that said, if you’re looking to experience the California Coast like never before, check out Terranea Resort. Situated atop Los Angeles’ Palos Verdes Peninsula, this picturesque luxury hotel offers over 75 acres of private, untouched peninsula, enabling guests to fully take in the pristine, natural…

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City of Gold: A Revealing Documentary on Food, Culture and the Greatness …

Those of you familiar with Los Angeles, California know that it’s just as famous for sunshine and beaches as it’s known for sprawling diversity and a multiethnic population. However, unlike the glamorized Hollywood stereotype often portrayed in media, Sundance Film Festival’s featured food documentary, City of Gold, takes us on a revealing journey through the heart and soul of what…

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A Napa Valley Getaway

4/28/17—just a lil’ update: he and I are no longer together but I just love this post! For our 5 year anniversary, my boyfriend and I decided to go on a short, but absolutely lovely, weekend stay in Napa Valley. This trip was particularly special because it was the first time just the two of us were in wine country together!…

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Regusci Winery

I’ve never taken a complete winery tour, so it was an awesome experience to do so at Regusci Winery- one of the oldest wineries in Napa Valley. Originally purchased as the Grigsby-Occidental Winery on the historic Regusci Ranch, it’s known as a “ghost winery.” This is a name given to wineries that date back to between 1860 and 1900. This…

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