… please, all the gods, see fit to grant me a home along this enchanted coastline one day. Like, this week. 🦋
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
This is a sad admission: I had never been inside of Central Park until my most recent NYC visit. Sure, I had walked as far as a gate or entrance previously but never further. I could kick myself for not spending more time there (before). The amount of green space in NYC for what is,… Read More Central Park
Coral Gables makes for a beautiful ride or walk no matter when you go – though avoiding construction right now off Miracle Mile is a bit of a challenge. From UM’s campus to City Hall to The Biltmore, there are few more preserved places for history in Miami. Keep your wandering off the Mile, and… Read More Coral Gables, Spring 2017
Downtown LA always lures me back. At this point, I’ve walked the streets of DTLA so many times I can’t count the miles – but I always find new art, hidden street art, shops and pockets of social commentary to appreciate. LA’s downtown is home to arts and museums districts, the “historic core” (which now has its own… Read More DTLA
San Pedro is the epitome of a small town, coastal community. It has its own charm – snow-capped mountains on one side, tiny lighthouse and sheer cliffs leading to the Pacific on the other. It’s also hugely gentrified in some parts and crowds the skyline with industry, home to Fort MacArthur AFB… and the perfect backdrop… Read More San Pedro
Today’s wandering brought me to an awesome, local sanctuary (for humans and animals alike): the Venice Canals (as written about beautifully by the LA Times).
A must-visit farmer’s market in West LA; read more at: http://www.marvistafarmersmarket.org/