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The best whale watching tours in San DiegoSan Diego’s 70 miles of rugged, golden coastline isn’t just for sunbathing and hiking. This stretch is also one of the world’s prime spots for witnessing the longest annual migration of any living mammal - the 12,000 mile round trip of the gray whale. Here are some of the best whale watching tours in San Diego.

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Chef John RiversWith no formal culinary training or even aspirations to launch a hugely successful BBQ chain, John Rivers’ introduction into the world of making brisket and pulled pork began in his garage, home kitchen and backyard smoker. By 2009, he opened his first 4 Rivers Smokehouse in Winter Park, and when lines started snaking out the door and down the street, he knew he was on to something. We sat down with chef John Rivers to find out where he likes to eat in Orlando.

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New LouisvilleKnown to locals as NuLu, New Louisville has become one of Louisville’s hippest neighbourhoods, garnering attention for its art galleries, boutique stores and restaurants specialising in farm-to-table cuisine. But this isn’t all the neighbourhood has to offer. Here’s how to get the most out of your time in New Louisville.

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The National Underground Railroad Freedom CenterDedicated to heroes, from the era of the Underground Railroad to contemporary times, Cincinnati’s National Underground Railroad Freedom Center attracts visitors from all over the world with its celebration of freedom in a stunning space and the sharing of the important stories of the Underground Railroad, right from the banks of the river that was the critical crossing point.

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A guide to Pine Island FloridaEvery third weekend of July, the population of Pine Island seems to double in size, thanks to the hugely popular MangoMania celebrations. The tropical fruit festival is just one of the attractions offered by this unusual island in the Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel.

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Albuquerque: Exploring the Paseo del Bosque

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Exploring the Paseo del Bosque | Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

New Mexico’s largest city, Albuquerque, has been named one of the best in the United States for its outdoors by National Geographic Adventure, and the Paseo del Bosque plays a major role in the city’s outdoorsy status. A network of trails weaves through the city but none are held in higher regard than this one. As the trail follows the Rio Grande, setting out along the Paseo del Bosque is the perfect way to explore the city.

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