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Pied Piper Bar at the Palace Hotel By Kathi Wheater August 1, 2016 - Not all great works of art are encased behind museum walls or exhibited at conventional galleries. Many of San Francisco’s fabulous art collections are an integral part of the city’s hotels. The result is a treasure trove of sculpture, paintings, murals and tapestries by some of the world’s most notable artists that you can enjoy against the arresting backdrop of a grand lobby or up close and intimate on the walls of your fashionably appointed room.
Courtesy of Paso Robles Wine Country AllianceTASTE News Service, July 21, 2016 - Sunset Magazine has named named Paso Robles as Anerica's Best Wine Country Town in their 2016 Travel Awards. The region’s winemakers, restaurateurs and hoteliers are said to be thrilled to be held in the highest regard among some of the West’s most recognized wine producing regions.
Bikes on boardwalk at Mission Beach TASTE News Service, July 19, 2016 - Having fun during the summer in San Diego doesn't require a lot of money. In 2016, Money Magazine designated San Diego as the #1 vacation value in North America.
Cable car ride is a must for SF visit By Patrick Rodgers Just because the price of craft cocktails is steadily climbing doesn’t mean there’s no fun to be had for the budget-conscious traveler. Here are 10 fun ways to experience the city without breaking the bank.
July 6, 2016 - California’s many beautiful wine regions offer an extraordinary variety of wines and experiences to enjoy. To help visitors explore them all, Wine Institute’s California Wines Road Trips series highlights a different region each month. This month, take a trip to the coastal Santa Cruz Mountains wine region, known for its wooded peaks and small, family-owned vineyards tucked into serene hillsides.
TASTE News Service, June 23, 2016 - Heading out on a summer trip should be fun and enjoyable, but packing for that trip stresses many of us out. Did I remember everything? Is the suitcase too heavy? How can I maximize space? Sharon Schweitzer, J.D. is a cross-cultural consultant, an international protocol expert and the founder of Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide. She says packing efficiently saves space, time, and ensures no necessary belongings are left behind.
Theodora Elston opens her studio during a Sonoma ArtTrails event TASTE News Service, June 22, 2016 - In addition to offering ideal conditions for premium wine grapes and farm-to-table delicacies, Sonoma Wine Country nurtures the creative spirit. Its lush landscapes and dynamic creative culture attract and inspire artists of all types and styles, including weekend painters and potters, emerging artists, and professional artists who have gained national and international renown.
  TASTE News Service, June 20, 2016 - Parents need look no further than Sacramento for a family-friendly destination that will please visitors of any age. From cool historical sites to kid-friendly restaurants, the city is packed with family-sized fun. Below are just a few family adventures to try in the Sacramento region:
  TASTE News Service, June 14, 2016 - Many places have a defined travel season, but Lake Tahoe is an all year around destination with plenty of activities at any time of year.
TASTE News Service, June 13, 2016 – While Riverside County's Coachella Valley has a well-deserved reputation as a year-round playground, few visitors realize the region is also one of the nation's top producing agricultural centers.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 10, 2016 – Sterling Transportation has announced the official launch of the Sterling Trolley, a vintage street trolley that will enrich Sacramento’s transportation options for tourists and locals for downtown events, sports games, weddings and private tours. The Sterling Trolley is Sacramento’s only vintage street trolley, featuring 15 wooden benches accommodating 30 total passengers. With classic origins such as hardwood floors and a backside balcony, this retrofitted trolley possesses modern features such as a Bluetooth stereo, and overhead LED multi-colored lighting.
Stephen Willey, proprietor of the National Hotel in Jamestown, weighs gold dust in the saloon TASTE News Service, June 9, 2016 – In a small town in Northern California, hotel guests have an opportunity to participate in a history-rich Mother Lode tradition that no place else can claim. They can pay for their stay in gold dust at the National Hotel in Jamestown.
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