The shop that launched a zillion Instagrams just celebrated their one month anniversary. I’ll mention the decor (which was the real showstopper) first, and then get to the drinks and snacks second. Wow! It’s so pretty inside and smells amazing. They have fresh flowers everywhere. If there were ever a café interior designed specifically on trends, it would be this one… Palm wallpaper is so 2017. … Continue reading Holy Matcha: Yummy Coffee Alternative
Sedona, Arizona is a beautiful town set in some of the most wonderful scenery I’ve ever visited. Sedona is the town, but also a catchall to refer to the whole region, including Red Rocks State Park (not to be confused with Red Rocks Park near Denver). One of the days during our Prescott getaway included driving over to Sedona to see a few sites and to … Continue reading Not Enough Time in Gorgeous Sedona, Arizona
Prescott is a smallish city located in Arizona about two hours north of Phoenix. We drove there from San Diego—a really unique experience crossing I don’t know how many different climates in six and a half hours. We climbed from sea level to the Tecate divide, an elevation of 3,890, then were actually below sea level in the desert, then gradually increased to an elevation of 5,367 feet … Continue reading Prescott, Arizona: Explore the Wild West
Last September, my sister and I took a Labor Day vacay to Phoenix. Why Phoenix? Why not? While super hot and not totally glamorous, it is the sixth largest city in the U.S. and is totally drivable from San Diego. There is something about the beauty of the desert that makes a drive like this relaxing. A long and straight highway lets driver and passenger … Continue reading A Three-Day Weekend in Phoenix
Happy International Women’s Day! If you are a woman, know that you are important and full of worth. If you are a man, find a woman today and tell her how much you value and support her. I can’t believe it’s been a year and I haven’t written about Washington, D.C. yet. Anyway, today I’ll quickly fill you in on what Doug and I did during … Continue reading Brrr! Early March in Washington, D.C.