My Town World Locals’ Travel Guide to Their Hometown

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Thanks for stopping by. is presently showcasing 3 unique areas in the United States. These will expand over time as more and more locals become affiliated with this website.

If you plan visiting or vacationing in these areas, you will find simple information and links to help you plan your trip. Content is created by Locals who live in the area. Some of the topics are:

  • Local Activities and Attractions
  • Best Places to Eat
  • General Listing of Area Restaurants
  • Area Map(s)
  • Other Informative Information & links
  • Contact a Local for Specific Questions About the Area

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Port Canaveral &
Florida’s Space Coast Beaches

[ GO NOW ] What makes Port Canaveral, Florida and the Space Coast Beaches special? How about the closest beaches to Orlando International Airport, as well as Disney World, Universal Studios and other Central Florida attractions? Then there is the extremely easy access with a straight drive from the airport — with no traffic lights — directly to the port and the beautiful east coast of Florida. Once there you’ll discover miles of beaches with many secluded from crowds.

Whether you’re planning a short overnight visit on the way to your cruise ship or planing on staying longer, there are plenty of hotels and resorts to choose from on or off the warm Atlantic Ocean beaches.

Getting around to the different restaurants or other attractions will be effortless because the traffic is usually light with alternative routes through towns like the city of Cocoa and its quaint shops and eateries.

Of course this area’s real claim to fame and its name sake — the Space Coast — is robust with history of America’s travel into space recorded at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Complex with their latest attraction — the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

Floridas’ Space Coast and Port Canaveral — what’s not to like!

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Sonoma & The Napa Valley Areas

[ GO NOW ] Sonoma is the often overlooked sister valley to the world famous Napa area. It has it’s own special history as well as it’s own world class vineyards. What sets this area apart as a place to visit is its greener and more rural nature than Napa Valley.

Sonoma County’s town of Glen Ellen has some of the best restaurants in the region. It’s a place to get away from it all, without running into heavily traveled touristed area that Napa can be. Both Sonoma and Napa are special, but if you want a place seemingly secluded and laid back, launch your visit to the wine country from Sonoma.

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Waikiki Beach and the Island of Oahu

Waikiki Beach & The Island of Oahu

Ahhh, Waikiki!

[ GO NOW ] Just the name conjures an image of shimmering clear water, stretches of white sand and the sound of happy people frolicking in the gentle surf. This mile-long crescent of sand stretches from Diamond Head to the famous Ala Moana Beach Park.

Within this alluring city-within-a-city you will find accomodations from 5-star resorts all the way to budget-friendly hostels. A similar range can be found in the wonderful assortment of eateries, from oceanfront candlelight dinners watching the sunset, to the ubiquitous “plate-lunch” trucks which serve local-style fare. Food, shopping and customs from all around the world are represented in this bustling piece of paradise.

Besides Waikiki, will show you the best of the rest of Oahu; from famous North Shore surf beaches and funky towns, to the idyllic Windward Coast, where powder-soft beaches await, and world-class shopping and restaurants are waiting for you to explore.

Hawaii is blessed with cooling tradewinds which keep the temperatures pleasant year-round. Quick, cooling sprinkles are the norm throughout the day (and night) with ever-present rainbows gracing our skies.

Oahu offers so much to see and do. Let us help guide you through this magical place.

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Locals' Travel Guide to Their Hometown