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Giada De Laurentiis gets out of her Food Network kitchen for some relaxing three-day getaways in which she advises viewers on how to enjoy the local color and tantalizing dining opportunities that different cities have to offer. Some locations Giada has visited in her travels include Miami and Los Angeles.

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