For anyone who is a self-proclaimed wine enthusiast, the Wacky Wine Festival was the place to be. Thousands from all around the world packed into Robertson Wine Valley to get a taste of some of the world’s finest wines. Filled with scrumptious foods, amusing activities, and an absurd amount of wine, there was something for […]Read more "Wacky Wine Weekend"
Before I left to New York my roommate (who is from NY) insisted that I try some deep dish Sicilian pizza during my visit. I personally LOVE pizza already. I do NOT discriminate when it comes to pizza. But the pizza in New York is at a whole different level! The thick crust, the perfect […]Read more "Yummy in my Tummy: PIZZA EDITION"
A few months ago I went to D.C. for a business journalism conference and it was my first dose of the East Coast. In my perspective (others claim D.C. not to be part of the coast) it is my first taste of the “East Coast” and I LOVED IT. The people are different, the ambiance […]Read more "“A Whole New World…” D.C. Edition"
I recently went to Washington D.C. for a business journalism conference (SABEW) and I fell in LOVE with the city. The more places I go to, the less I want to come back! It was a nice 50-60 degrees in D.C. and it is almost a 100 degrees over here in Phoenix… What I learned […]Read more "Land of Beauty and Liberty: Washington D.C."
If there is one thing that LA doesn’t lack, it’s food. While spending last week in downtown LA I tried many different foods from all cultures (especially Latin foods). You can food in ever corner and crevice in LA AND for a reasonable price. Not to mention one portion of food is quite large and easily feed […]Read more "Food Galore in LA"