Monthly Archives: March 2015

Eat, drink and be merry in North Beach

Welcome to my hood, where the even the pigeons are hung over on Saturday mornings. Home to one of the oldest bars in San Francisco and Tony’s Pizza Napoletana, 11 time World Pizza Champions. Walk the steps that Joe DiMaggio … Continue reading

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Why Pinky and I like to go to Fisherman’s Wharf, Ghirardelli Square and Pier 39 on occasion

Meet Pinky the travel bear and my partner in crime. He’s hung out  with me in Central Park in NYC, hiked part of the Pacific Crest Trail in Palm Springs, helped build a house in the Dominican Republic and has … Continue reading

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Recommended reading for travel book nerds

When I am not traveling, planning a trip or dreaming of far off destinations, I’m reading books about other peoples travel journeys around the globe.  I also like to read books about places that I have booked a ticket to. … Continue reading

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So many tours so little time

I have lived in San Francisco for over ten years and there are still things I am discovering in this great city; hidden paths, back alley bars, hole-in-the-wall eateries (yes I’ll be blogging about some of those but I have … Continue reading

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Want to sing-along with popular movies? Check out some jazz? Go to the Opera?

There is so much to do in San Francisco it is sometimes hard to decide. Whether it’s catching some jazz in North Beach, going to a Sound of Music sing-along at the Castro Theater or checking out a local (or … Continue reading

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