… please, all the gods, see fit to grant me a home along this enchanted coastline one day. Like, this week. 🦋
There are few other places I love as much as this stretch of beautiful along SF’s Embarcadero.
Wanderlust fulfilled. For now. 🏹❤️
Hurricane Andrew, for anyone that fully experienced it, was something completely out of the Twilight Zone. We could not have anticipated it – no one could have. Not even Bryan Norcross himself (who spoke at the opening event pictured here). My memory of that night is crystal clear: sheer anxiety, the dog and cats (and… Read More History Miami, Hurricane Andrew Exhibit
History Miami is a gem in downtown Miami. This was my first visit – I walked out with a membership. Though I was there for the Hurricane Andrew exhibit (open through 1/15/18), I spent some time perusing their other cultural relics and adding my own story to their interactive walls. Visit their site for more… Read More History Miami
NYC is overwhelming when it comes to food, drink and variety. This is a snapshot of some of the places we visited across Memorial Day Weekend. Bars: Blind Barber, The Press Lounge, One World Trade (Observation Deck Bar), The Stonewall Inn, McSorley’s. Restaurants: Capizzi (DELICIOUS), Cien Fuegos, Café Mogador, Rue 57. Coffee/bad things: Carlo’s Bakery… Read More NYC in Food and Drink
De Witt Clinton Park is pristine, rose-lined and was somewhat unexpected as I made my way around a 3-mile corridor of Hell’s Kitchen. From our Air BNB, the park was just down the block. On one side, you see the city, from the other you can vaguely hear the sounds of the Hudson River and… Read More De Witt Clinton Park (NYC)
Before leaving for NYC, more than one person told me I HAD to see the High Line. They were right. The genius behind the creation of a park and green space where once there was just more of the same dull, gray cityscape… is clearly beyond (genius). The (almost 1.5 mile) walking path is tree… Read More NYC High Line