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Paso Robles Urban Adventure Quest Scavenger Hunt

On my recent trip to Paso Robles, one of the people I went with had purchased something called an Urban Adventure Quest, which was designed to take you all around … [Read More...]

Featured Trip

Hearst Castle: Photos From California’s Coastal Mansion

What is there to say about the magical castle nestled on the hills of San Simeon that hasn’t been said one thousand times before? I won’t try to say it myself as you … [Read More...]

Recent Trips

Paso Robles Inn: Historic Hotel That Once Housed Jesse James

I like historical spots as much as the next person, but when I heard about this hotel in Paso Robles I was immediately excited to see it for myself. This spot has a history over a century old and was even a hiding spot for Jesse James when his gang was on the run (because […]

Studios on the Park: Art Viewing & Painting Classes in Paso Robles

Studios on the Park is a great little art gallery right off the main square in downtown Paso Robles. It features many different artists and even has a monthly painting class where you can try it out yourself. I went to explore the art studio and for one of those classes, here is all the […]

Hampton Inn & Suites Paso Robles Hotel Review

Located right off Highway 101, just minutes from the Firestone Brewery and many local wineries, Hampton Suites Paso Robles is a great jumping off point for exploring the beautiful central coast and Paso Robles. They have amenities that include a free breakfast, cookies at night and Wifi, all of which will make you feel at […]

The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar: Deconstructed Southern Food in Paso Robles

Located in the beautiful downtown Paso Robles, The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar is a fun little spot with a pristine brick laid interior, fun cocktails & unique deconstructed southern food. The menu really does have everything here, from drinks with whiskey and pickle juice to ramen and chicken and waffles. Its a fun spot for a […]

Colorado Donut: Elmo Donuts and Deep Fried Oreos

I initially heard about Colorado Donut from a foodie friend of mine who had seen all the crazy donuts they make online. I was immediately excited, as I am a huge sucker for fun new donuts, so I made the way out there the next day on my way to Malibu. I can honestly say […]

Shandon Chapel: The Mission on the Hill

So I can honestly say that I don’t know really anything about this spot, but I stumbled on it while researching places to go on the way back from the James Dean Memorial. This small chapel on a hill is a beautiful hike and a beautiful view of the surrounding wine country of Paso Robles and […]

Loleta Cheese Factory: Homemade Cheese on Highway 101

Loleta Cheese Factory is a small cheese company in Northern California and it is a great spot for a quick detour on a road trip. Open 7 days a week it is just 5 minutes off the freeway and has samples of over 20 different types of cheese that you can try. If you are there when […]

Irvine Regional Park: Lakes, A Zoo & Train Rides

If you are looking for a fun spot to explore with the whole family in Irvine then you can do worse than the regional park. With a few lakes, paddle boats, a train you can ride and a zoo you can visit, there is something that each kid will enjoy. I went to the park with […]

The Carving Board: Spaghetti Sandwiches & Cotton Candy

When researching a place to eat after hiking to the MASH site in Malibu I found The Chopping Board and was immediately hooked when I saw the crazy spaghetti sandwich they had. So after the hike my friend and I made our way to this small shop in Tarzana to see what all the fuss […]

Kona Kai Resort & Spa on Shelter Island, San Diego

At the far end of Shelter Island, across the harbor from downtown San Diego, sits the beautiful retreat known as Kona Kai Resort & Spa. This magical spot is perfect for relaxation and boasts amenities such as a fantastic restaurant, jet skis and a full spa. I had the opportunity to spend a few days […]

Toads Hollow: A Tunnel Underpass for Toads in Davis

If you are driving through Davis and want to see a strange, quick five minute stop then why not head over to Toads Hollow, the tunnel that helps toads safely cross the road. This collection of houses and small toad statues, located in a USPS lot, has a slew of unique history and is not something you see […]

Arroyo Grande Swinging Bridge

This is a quick historic stop in the quaint little town of Arroyo Grande, South of Pismo Beach. This bridge is one of the only swinging bridges of its kind in California and even though it has been rebuilt, it is still a fun little piece of history to explore and walk across. Here is […]

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