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Life is too short to be standing still! Follow me as I visit as many places as I can... food, shopping, destinations!! If that destination includes an Anaheim Ducks hockey game? Well, heck, that's even better.

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Las Vegas: Wahlburgers

Wahlburgers is a Boston burger restaurant owned by chef Paul Wahlberg in partnership with two of his celebrity brothers Donnie and Mark.  There are 14 locations, but only 1 in Nevada… and this one is located in front of the Bally’s hotel and casino, in the shops and restaurants area. […]

Las Vegas: Cosmopolitan

So it’s been 2 months, and that means it’s time for another Vegas visit. Now that the casinos have started charging for parking, I try to stay at a Caesar’s Entertainment property. However, the Cosmopolitan is still my favorite hotel/ casino on the Las Vegas Strip, and recently […]

Yermo, CA: Eddie World

GRAND OPENING MARCH 21! Eddie World will be one of my new pit stops as I travel from So Cal to Vegas. it’s located in Yermo, off Calico (right before the CA Food/Agricuture Inspection station) There’s a huge gas station with competitive prices ($3.35 for regular gas as […]

Victorville, CA: Cracker Barrel

It’s a Cracker Barrel. You come here for the inexpensive, brown or yellow food. There’s not a whole lot of food that’s considered fresh and healthy. Even their green beans are cooked with bacon, and limp like a can.  The good part is I don’t have to drive […]

Fullerton: Pie Dog

Pie Dog is probably Stephen and my favorite burger place. I like this place for their burgers made with 1/2 rib eye, 1/2 sirloin patties.  I had the plain ol’ GI Joe, while Stephen had the My Cousin Vinnie, a burger with marinara and sausage. Stephen likes their […]

Buffalo: KeyBank Center vs Sabres

The Ducks lost the last 2 games played in Toronto and Montreal.  We were hoping that this last game of the road trip would turn out better.  The KeyBank Center is located down the street from our hotel, and was within the “free zone” of the local metro […]