Author Archives: SightseeingSam

About SightseeingSam

Travel blogger who has traveled to nearly every corner of the USA, to Canada, Europe and Australia. A journalist who won an AP award for investigative journalism, Sightseeing Sam has worked for daily newspapers and wire services. He also publishes PubClub.com and SurfsideSam.com

Guided Bicycle Tours In Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach & Redondo Beach

Beach Cities Bike Tours A Great ‘Things To Do’ In Los Angeles   Here’s a great way to see L.A. Without having to battle traffic, freeways or even be in a car. Take a tour of the Los Angeles beaches … Continue reading

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Summer Road Trip Memories Driving To A Family Vacation

Here’s how we passed the time in the pre-smart phone area for 12 hours in a car. The parents were good at creating these interesting road games. Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Bill To Drench Midwest From Texas To Illinois

Get out your umbrella – and possibly your rowboat – if you live along any of these areas; here’s the predicted rain path of Tropical Storm Bill. Continue reading

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You Can Be Drinking Wine In The Most Unusual Places In Switzerland

From Hiking Trails In The Alps To Wineries In Small Villages By A Lake   Switzerland really is an amazing country. Not only can you be skiing in the Alps in the afternoon and having dinner in a city an … Continue reading

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European Train Stations Are Nicer Than U.S. Airports

It doesn’t seem fair. Not only are European airports better than their American counterparts but the train stations are better than our airports, too. Continue reading

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A Quick Summertime Guide To Lucerne Switzerland For 2015

Here’s what’s happening this summer in this central Switzerland city on a lake, from a giant floating water lily to the oddly named Blue Balls Festival with 100,000 people. Continue reading

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