Greg Aragon

Pumpkins, Apples and Train Rides around Southern California
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Pumpkins, Apples and Train Rides around Southern California

By Greg Aragon Fall is here and that means it’s time for pumpkins, apples, turkeys and scary things. This week I would like to look at a couple of my favorite Southern California destinations to celebrate the season. They are Fillmore and Oak Glen. Located in the San Bernardino Mountains, about 75 miles east of Los Angeles,…

History and Steel Soldiers at the American Military Museum
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History and Steel Soldiers at the American Military Museum

By Greg Aragon If you are looking for an outdoor getaway with lots of fascinating history and incredible old vehicles, I’ve got an idea for you. It’s the American Military Museum in South El Monte. It’s inexpensive, located outdoors in case you want to social distance, and it has tons of tanks, Jeeps, amphibious vehicles,…

Wine, Food and Luxurious Accommodations in Sonoma County
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Wine, Food and Luxurious Accommodations in Sonoma County

By Greg Aragon Sonoma County is known for its beautiful wine country, but the fertile region is also rich with farms, restaurants, unique and luxurious hotels, and lots of fun things to do. The area has been on my radar the past few months and now as more destinations reopen, I would like to plan…

Food, Wine and Luxurious Villas at South Coast Winery Resort & Spa
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Food, Wine and Luxurious Villas at South Coast Winery Resort & Spa

By Greg Aragon I’ve stayed in lots of luxurious and unique hotel rooms around Southern California, but I’ve never stayed in one that sits amongst lush vineyards. That is until this past weekend when I experienced South Coast Winery Resort & Spa. Situated on 63 lush acres in Temecula’s burgeoning wine country, South Coast Winery…

Island Life at El Cordova Hotel in Coronado
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Island Life at El Cordova Hotel in Coronado

Coronado Island is a seaside paradise in the San Diego Bay that is full of history, relaxing atmosphere and great weather. The small, resort town is also home to a charming boutique hotel called El Cordova, which I discovered on a memorable weekend getaway. The adventure began when a friend and I drove through Downtown San Diego, crossed the beautiful, 2-mile-long Coronado Bridge and…

Destinations are Open and Fun is Waiting
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Destinations are Open and Fun is Waiting

As I discussed last week, there are lots of great destinations currently open for fun and safe business. All it takes is a little research and a couple phone calls to see if the spot you are looking at is ready for you. A couple places that I’ve been looking into lately include Morongo Casino,…

Meandering Around Marina Del Rey
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Meandering Around Marina Del Rey

It may be tough to travel these days, but it is not impossible. There are lots of fun places open for business and with a little research and planning, you can still have a great getaway away from home. Such was the case when a friend and I recently escaped to Marina del Rey, one…

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