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  1. Mission Ranch Restaurant/Hotel and Hog Breath Restaurant: Carmel, California

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    Two restaurants in Carmel, California owned by Clint Eastwood.

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  2. Suklyabashi Jiro: Tokyo, Japan

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    This is a very tiny sushi bar in Tokyo that makes the best sushi in the entire world. It is a 3 time Michelin star winner. The cost of 20 pieces is around 300.00 and they do not take credit cards here! This is not a place you will find California rolls. I have grown to love and even crave sushi and this is the best for just that. There are only 10 seats here, near a subway station, so you can imagine why this is the hardest reservation to make ever. It takes up to a year!

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  3. Cruise Through the Panama Canal

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    There’s nothing like a near-death experience to make you reconsider your life. That’s what happened to us in July 2012.

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  4. Pre-Launch Party: Canoga Park, California

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    Blog #2 : The Pre Launch Party

    (Yes, I know… I know, this should have been the first blog I wrote for BoomerTravelPatrol.com; but hey… nobody said I was the writer in the family)

    Anyway, here we go!

    Held at the beautiful “Grand Ballroom” at the Canoga Park Elks Lodge # 2190 in Canoga Park Ca, this preview party was just way too much fun. A very homey and friendly small-town feel meet and great, the party was the perfect kick-off for the “Blackberry Pie Murder”- the #17 in the Hannah Swensen Mystery Series- for Hannah Swensen, (Joanne Fluke’s cookie-baking, coffee-shop-owning, murder-solving title characterand all of her “Hannah-Maniacs” and “Fans O’ Hannah” from all over the country.

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  5. OxBow Public Market: Napa, California

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    This is a fabulous place for true boomer foodies. I started to have pure fun the moment I arrived. There is only one problem, there is so much, you want to buy and taste it all. That is why, if you live close you need to revisit when you can. Situated along the Napa River and Napa River trail and also in the downtown of Napa, it is in a great location.

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  6. Mustards Grill: Yountville, California

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    Cindy Pawleyn is so brilliant in the culinary world. She is chef-owner of this sophisticated and centrally located restaurant in the wine country. The parking lot is always full, no matter when you drive down the highway. There is a nice garden with tables as you walk up in case you have to wait to get in. When you enter the front door, there is a small bar. It is truly a hot spot and the place to be seen. You will get such excellence of food that will go directly to your soul.

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  7. Farmer and the Cook: Ojai, California

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    Who, of any of us, would not want to go to a place where you hear complete quiet, decompress and enjoy nature? It is so good for all of us, if even for just 2 days.

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  8. Tadich Grill: San Francisco, California

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    This is such an institution, a true treasure and one of my best! It opened as a coffee stand during the Gold Rush time. All of these years later, it truly is one of the very top restaurants in the fabulous city of San Francisco. You never have to worry about the consistency and quality here. You might want to try lunch and then a few days later come back for dinner.

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  9. Wine Country Farm: Dayton, Oregon

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    Wines from the United States are getting more and more recognition and they're not just from California. Case in point is the Wine Country Farm in Dayton, Oregon. They are located about one hour from the city of Portland in the beautiful Willamette Valley. This historic Bed and Breakfast is a 100 year old estate that sits at the top of a hill with gorgeous views of the Valley and the Cascade Mountains. You are right in the middle of their vineyard and within walking distance of several other wineries in the area.

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  10. Bardessono: Yountville, California

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    Want to combine luxury for both you and your pet? Bardessono in Yountville, California is the place for you and your best friend. In fact for the one-time pet cleaning fee of $150 you can have up to two pets stay with you in your room.

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  11. Cruising the Panama Canal: After the Book Promo

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    It’s been said that the number one leisure activity for the baby boom generation is travel, and, being a boomer, I can attest to the allure that travel holds.  Journeying is invigorating, fun, relaxing, and romantic and it can bring history alive in a way nothing else does.

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  12. Olea Hotel: Glen Ellen, California

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    Susie wants to let everyone know about an amazing boutique hotel in Glen Ellen, California – the Olea Hotel, which only has twelve rooms, three of which are pet friendly.

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  13. 9 Tips for Grandparents to Make the Most of a Disney World Vacation

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    There is no doubt about it, a visit to the Happiest Place on Earth requires more planning than most other destinations. From where to stay to what time of year to visit, there are many decisions to be made, each of them with numerous options. But with thoughtful planning comes great reward, and when you’re taking in the fireworks in front of Cinderella’s Castle, you will no doubt think you’ve been sprinkled with pixie dust. 

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  14. Trains, Wineries & Treasures of Northern California

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    Experience Northern California with Collette! From its most popular cities to fertile valleys and historic gold rush towns, many hidden treasures await. Travelers will enjoy dinner overlooking the San Francisco Bay, the incredible beauty of Yosemite National Park, the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe, and sipping on California wines at a wine tasting. 

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  15. My Top Ten Hotel Choices for Summer Fun From Iowa to Croatia

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    In the past year, I’ve written many articles and hotel reviews and thought I’d share my top 10 choices for summer fun. In case you’ve missed reading some, here is your chance to find that special spot before summer makes it’s exit.

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  16. Blondee Loves Shopping for Food: Sacramento, Berkshires, Manhattan and Bonaventure

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    Four great places to shop for great food in California, Massachusetts, New York and Florida.

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  17. Anderson Inn: Morro Bay, California

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    When most of us visit California, we are likely heading to Los Angeles, San Diego or up north to San Francisco, but if you would like to experience something a bit more unique, how about Morro Bay?

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  18. Hugo's: Houston, Texas

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    Hugo's is located right in the middle of Houston's Montrosa area. Hugo and Tracey opened Hugo's in the early 2000's. It is in a 1925 building that was designed by a well-known Houston architect. It has a very elegant feeling with fresh flowers daily and traditional stark white tablecloths. There is an accent color of bright cobalt blue.

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  19. Wigwam Motel: San Bernardino, California

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    Did you ever get your kicks on Route 66? If you’re a Baby Boomer, you are bound to have traveled this iconic road at some point in your life. Taking summer vacations with your family in the car somewhere between Chicago and Los Angeles – this road, which first opened in 1926, started what we soon began to know as the summer road trip. Route 66 was one of the original highways in our U.S. system.

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  20. Masullo: Land Park, California

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    This is a casual hot spot in the beautiful neighborhood of Land Park. After you experience this gem, believe me, you will be back again and again! Robert Masullo is the owner. He will be here working right alongside everyone else. There is such a warm feeling the moment you walk in from him and the waiters, all in cool t-shirts with gold leafing. The weekends are really busy here so a little tip from me.....call to see how busy it is before you arrive, especially with a group.

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  21. Special Vineyards for Wine Tasting

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    Blondee tells us about four special vineyards to enjoy wine tasting.

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  22. Channel Road Inn: Santa Monica, California

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    It's always a treat to find an unexpected property in an area that most people visit and stay in high rise hotels. Although many of those properties sit right on the beach and offer a lot of amenities, sometimes it's just plain nice to stay in a cozy, comfortable spot that feels more like home. The Channel Road Inn is just one of those places.

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  23. Route 66 Gila Cliff Dwellings

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    One of my favorite road trips is to shadow Route 66 along its way west and back again.  Our road trip started in Louisville, Kentucky and picked up Route 66 in St. Louis and ended in southwest New Mexico. Originally, Route 66 ran from Chicago, Illinois through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona before ending in Los Angeles, California. Route 66 served as a major path for those who migrated west specifically during the dustbowl in the 1930’s. They were looking for agriculture jobs in California.  Businesses along the route thrived until the interstate highways came along. Route 66 became the first highway to be completely paved in 1938. When the highway was decommissioned, sections of the road were deposed of in various ways. Route 66 in New Mexico has been made into the National Scenic Byway, being replaced by I-40.  

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  24. Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel: Los Angeles, California

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    First of all, please be sure to rent a car. This is a must for Los Angeles no matter where you stay, because everything is so spread out. Having stayed in Santa Monica, downtown Los Angeles, the heart of Beverly Hills and Hollywood, I keep finding myself drawn back to the Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel. This property is located between Westwood and Century City and is about a 5 minute drive into Beverly Hills. The area is residential, so you actually feel like you live here. Also, because it is residential, you can find free parking on the street after business hours and can avoid paying for valet parking, which is available if you choose. Let's face it, you will probably be out exploring all day anyway.

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  25. Bourbon Steak: A Michael Mina Restaurant - Aventura, FL

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    Bourbon Steak is one of South Florida’s favorite and best steakhouses. Michael Mina, celebrity chef, uses his signature methods to make everything you eat, unforgettable. 

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