Category Archives: USA

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Cinco de Mayo in San Francisco’s Mission District

Cinco de Mayo, like the name suggests for those with even a basic understanding of Spanish, is celebrated on May 5th. It was originally a celebration honoring Mexico’s victory over the French sometime back in the 1860s, but the American

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Cinco de Mayo in San Francisco’s Mission District

Cinco de Mayo, like the name suggests for those with even a basic understanding of Spanish, is celebrated on May 5th. It was originally a celebration honoring Mexico’s victory over the French sometime back in the 1860s, but the American

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Eating My Way Through New York

There are several reasons for the profuse smiles in this picture, taken outside of Milk & Roses in Greenpoint just after I reunited with a longtime friend for a delicious brunch there. First of all, we had the bottomless mimosas. Second,

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Eating My Way Through New York

There are several reasons for the profuse smiles in this picture, taken outside of Milk & Roses in Greenpoint just after I reunited with a longtime friend for a delicious brunch there. First of all, we had the bottomless mimosas. Second,

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Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge

Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge may sound extremely touristy, even to a tourist. Yes, you’ll probably be shoved around by hordes of Chinese tourists all taking pictures of nothing on their iPads. Yes, angry locals will probably try to run you over

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Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge

Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge may sound extremely touristy, even to a tourist. Yes, you’ll probably be shoved around by hordes of Chinese tourists all taking pictures of nothing on their iPads. Yes, angry locals will probably try to run you over

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I Love San Francisco

If anyone ever makes the mistake of asking me what my favorite travel destinations are, they’re in for a looooong list. One thing is for sure, though – San Francisco is always on that list! SF became one of my favorite cities

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I Love San Francisco

If anyone ever makes the mistake of asking me what my favorite travel destinations are, they’re in for a looooong list. One thing is for sure, though – San Francisco is always on that list! SF became one of my favorite cities

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Chinatown / NYC

New York City’s Chinatown is like a world of its own, full of many wonderful oddities. It’s a great spot for authentic Chinese cuisine, of course, including some of the best dim sum in the city/country. You can buy knock-off bags

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Chinatown / NYC

New York City’s Chinatown is like a world of its own, full of many wonderful oddities. It’s a great spot for authentic Chinese cuisine, of course, including some of the best dim sum in the city/country. You can buy knock-off bags

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Grand Central Market: A Foodie Haven in Downtown LA

Grand Central Market has been a beloved snack spot in Downtown Los Angeles since 1917, but the 100-year-old is still going strong, and somehow feels as fresh as ever. It’s a fun place to explore even if you’re not hungry, but I

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Grand Central Market: A Foodie Haven in Downtown LA

Grand Central Market has been a beloved snack spot in Downtown Los Angeles since 1917, but the 100-year-old is still going strong, and somehow feels as fresh as ever. It’s a fun place to explore even if you’re not hungry, but I

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Twin Peaks

This is not your creepy 90s David Lynch TV show. This Twin Peaks is in sunny California, San Francisco to be exact. The twin hills offer some amazing views over all of the city. Unless you’re as lucky as me

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Twin Peaks

This is not your creepy 90s David Lynch TV show. This Twin Peaks is in sunny California, San Francisco to be exact. The twin hills offer some amazing views over all of the city. Unless you’re as lucky as me