The Passion of Paso Robles Cabernet

  Thank you to the Paso Robles Cab Collective for hosting the trip for Daily Dish Magazine to experience the flavors of Paso. Nestled just 30 miles north of San Luis Obispo at the foothills of the Santa Lucia Coastal Range to the West in Paso Robles, you will find one of the most passionate […]

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How To Drastically Reduce Travel Costs

How to Drastically Reduce Travel Costs

If you’re looking to travel or enjoy a vacation this year, you might be wondering how to get the most bang for your buck and reduce travel costs! There are certainly different ways to do this depending on your form of travel, but today, we’ll be sharing some of the most helpful tips to help […]

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Mariposa Suerta Road to the Hacienda

The Road to the Hacienda Cocktail Competition

This cocktail competition is like no other, in The Road to the Hacienda challenged bartenders from across the nation to put their mixing skills to the test to win it all. 16 bartenders earned a trip to the finals at Casa Herradura to create a truly original Tequila Herradura cocktail. The contestants had to go […]

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Welcome to Casa Herradura

Casa Herradura Tour

You can’t make a trip to Guadalajara without visiting the world’s oldest tequila distillery, Casa Herradura.  They’ve produced super-premium 100% agave tequila at the Hacienda San Jose del Refugio since 1870. Transportation to Casa Herradura Take the train!  The whole family can go this way, and you don’t have to worry about getting lost or […]

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Visit Historic Guadalajara

10 Things to See and Do in Historic Guadalajara

As one of the largest cities within Latin America, Guadalajara has a large culture influence. Pronounced gwa-dele’hara, it is the capital city in the Jalisco state of Western Mexico known for tequila and mariachi music.  The historic center is full of amazing architecture, cathedrals and museums that are a must see for any traveler.   […]

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Tlaquepaque, Mexico in an Afternoon

Tlaquepaque, Mexico in an Afternoon

A short distance from Historic Guadalajara you’ll find Tlaquepaque an area famous for its pottery and blown glass.  Pronounced tlakeˈpake you’ll find many restaurants, bars, street sellers and artisan shops to browse.   If you’re ready for an afternoon of fun and new tastes let’s take a peek at what Tlaquepaque has to offer. Food […]

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