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Panama City, Florida


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A  August 24, 2015

Oregon: Good place to stop/stay between Portland and Sacramento?

I've driven this route probably 20 times. A Greyhound once and even hitchhiked it. Thanks for bringing up some great memories. I'd agree with Ashland​. Give yourself an hour or two to poke around; it's interesting. I recall some high quality... See More

A  August 06, 2015

Minneapolis: Is the Mall of America worth visiting?

I dragged it out of my wife that she experiences an actual rush when she lays down the plastic. If this is what drives your affinity for shopping, you should probably make the trip. You will be blinded by the retail light. Four levels of opportunities to get that buzz.... See More

A  August 04, 2015

San Antonio: What are all the local favorite spots in San Antonio?

Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia​ and La Margarita Mexican Restaurant & Oyster Bar​ in the Mercado are as authentic Tex-Mex as there is. MT has been operating for 60+ years and has become a local institution. La Margarita leans more... See More

A  July 28, 2015

Seattle: Best places to eat and explore on business trip to greater Seattle Area?

My favorite restaurant is 13 Coins Seattle​ near Sea-Tac. The food and service are top notch (Danny). A vast menu of steaks, chops, fresh seafood, pasta,,, You could jump right to it for dinner if your flight arrives in the evening. Or maybe lunch on... See More

A  July 28, 2015

Minneapolis: Best outdoor adventures in or around the Twin Cities?

There's a system of parks in South Minneapolis that winds through a group of lakes - Calhoun Square​, Lake Of The Isles​, Lake Harriet​ and Cedar Lake​. Biking, Skating, running, walking and... See More

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