Adventures

2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible Reveal

Wander with me and see what it’s like to attend the reveal of the 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible by Chevrolet.…

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No Wine (ing) on the Pacific Coast Highway

Our goal was to go wine (ing) on the Pacific Coast Highway: wine tasting through the California Winery Region, however…

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Malibu Dreaming

Malibu Beach Pier Malibu Dreaming: Malibu Beach Pier rounds out our list of Favorite SoCal Beach Piers. We started with…

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Visiting Santa Monica Pier

We are here to help but giving you a visual tour of visiting Santa Monica Pier and a travel guide…

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Morning Coffee with Half Dome

WhereGalsWander-Washburn Point, Yosemite I’ve written previously about my goal not just to see Yosemite, but to experience Yosemite.  We started…

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Favorite SoCal Beach Piers

Part I: Oceanside, Manhattan, Ventura, Redondo, Santa Barbara & Huntington Beach Piers It’s a round-up of my favorite SoCal Beach…

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Breakfast at Sadelle’s

Ok, seriously, you need to experience any morning at Bellagio and breakfast at Sadelle's will turn any morning into some…

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LA Day Trip to Solvang

f you are looking to really feel like you are escaping Los Angeles, I recommend an LA day trip to…

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Road Trip Attractions Along The Way

I've been writing a lot about road trips lately, and everything I've seen, but I had to create a list…

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Zanne Interviewed on the Global Travel Channel Podcast

Zanne was recently interviewed by Global Travel Channel about my recent road trip across Nevada on The Loneliest Road in…

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Why Road Trips are Important

Do you remember why road trips are important? When was the last time you hit the open road for days?…

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Wandering The Loneliest Road

Wandering The Loneliest Road in America, otherwise known as Highway 50 across Nevada, is going back to remembering what a…

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The Edge of Adventure with WhereGalsWander

The Edge of Adventure podcast interviews WhereGalsWander and The Southwest Conqueress about our upcoming road trip on The Loneliest Road…

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Mentryville Oil Ghost Town Rich in History

Mentryville Park is a tiny oil ghost town rich in history tucked away in a tiny corner of Pico Canyon. …

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Aureole, Las Vegas

The mood at Aureole is like your best friend is the ultimate in class and style, without being too overdone,…

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The Real-Life of La Jolla

here it was, a real-life La Jolla moment. I could stay all day and watch, but I felt like momma…

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When Children Grow and Travel The World

One of Brendan’s first tours was the DMZ tour. It’s the demilitarized zone or border barrier that divides the Korean…

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Gals & Hot Wheels

When I was a girl, my dad always tried to teach me about cars.  He pointed to what this thing…

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Three-Day Guide to Vegas Without Gambling

I was invited to experience a three-day guide to Las Vegas without gambling.  Las Vegas is known for its high…

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The Energy of Cirque Du Soleil Mystere

The energy of Cirque Du Soleil Mystere left me feeling like I was a little kid, being pushed on the…

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Renaissance Faire and the Places of Wonder and Play

I seek places that bring the wonder, joy of play, and inspiration, and last week I found them in the…

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Chocolate Waterfalls

The melted water travels across the desert, picking up dust and gravel and reaches the Flagstaff lava field and then…

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Epic Road Trip from Los Angeles to Zion & Bryce

This is the story of our epic road trip from Los Angeles to Zion and Bryce National Parks in Utah. …

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Tips for Attending The Travel & Adventure Show

Now that I'm a travel blogger, I'm always looking to expand our quest for #MoreToLife.  How can we find meaningful…

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Unexpected Winter in the Southwest

Winter 2019 has created an unexpected winter in Southern California and Arizona creating snowy mountains in warm places.  Places known…

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Ventura Lantern Festival

WhereGalsWander reviews ut the Ventura Lantern Street Festival. We share some insights and tips if you are thinking about a…

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Los Angeles Travel Tips for First Timers

Traveling to Los Angeles for the first time and need some travel tips? How to prepare for LA parking, airports, weather,…

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Architecture Reflections, Venice California

 The strong personalities of the different home architecture line up as I stroll through Venice. It's like looking at a…

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Cave Mine Tour

The Clay Mine Trail is a 1.6-mile trail that is also shared with horses and riders in the Cave Creek…

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Thoreau and Living Deliberately

The chance to hike Walden Woods where Henry David Thoreau wandered every morning, to dip my toes into Thoreau's own…

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