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Frances McEachran

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AGreenville (South Carolina): Any good studying coffeeshops around Greenville?

Coffee Underground​ has the best cappuccino anywhere in the world!!  LOVE it! See More

ASan Francisco: San Fransisco: Where to Stay, What to See

I always like staying down by the water.  We have stayed in Union Square​ and the Financial District​  and I am always sorry.  Most of the time we have stayed at the Argonaut Hotel - A Kimpton Hotel​which is great... See More

AWhere should an outdoorsy couple go on vacation?

I would go to Alaska​!!!  We flew into Anchorage and then drove down to Seward​ hitting many spots along the way.  We hooked up with Liquid Adventures​  and did a 1 day SUP trip... See More

AWashington, DC: Best areas in Washington, D.C. for foodies?

There are so many and they are always changing.  My daughter lives there and we have been to a lot.  However, we do have our favorites.  The Bombay Club​, you feel like you are in a 1940's movie setting.  Great service and great food.  Any restaurant... See More

ANorth Carolina: Best North Carolina Cabins?

I have used VRBO many times for houses in Highlands, Sapphire Valley and Asheville.  I have not been disappointed.  When looking at these sites be sure to go by comments.  If there are no user comments I would stay away!  The NC mountains are so beautiful and one of... See More

AWashington, DC: What's the best way to experience Washington DC like a local?

DC is such a great city.  Check out the Fun Food and Finds tour offered by Urban Adventures.  It will take you off the beaten path and offer some ideas that you can then explore later on.  One of the coolest bars I"ve been to anywhere is barmini​.... See More

ASan Francisco: What are some unusual things to do in San Francisco?

Off The Grid every Friday night in Fort Mason​ is a super cool food truck rodeo with live music. Also, Bourbon and Branch​ is an original speakeasy. Always a fun time! See More

AItaly: Italy for 8 days in April

I think it just depends on what you are interested in.  If you want to see and learn the history of Italy then do Rome​ and Florence​ and pick some smaller towns in between, ie: Siena​, Lucca​ and... See More

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