Moo Moo’s Creamery Ice Cream in Cold Spring, NY

212Shares 0 0 212 0 Moo Moo’s Creamery may have a 20-minute line, but it’s worth the wait for their homemade ice cream with sugar free options. After a hike up Breackneck and a stroll through Cold Spring, we were headed to the highly rated Moo Moo’s Creamery on the boardwalk in the Lower Village. […]

Hiking Breakneck Ridge Trail, Cold Spring: What to Expect

289Shares 0 0 289 0 Don’t make the mistake my mom and I made and KNOW YOUR TRAILS, before heading out to Cold Spring. The trails and difficulty level vary drastically. Here’s my experience taking on Breakneck Ridge Trail…with my 50 year old mom. When the weather is that perfect 70 degrees Fahrenheit and sunny, […]

My First-Time Eating Hot Pot at Yanji Old Beijing Hot Pot

1Shares 0 0 1 0 Here’s a local experience you might not know about that is super common in Shanghai: Beijing Hot Pot. I tried my first Hot Pot ever at one of the best quality and local Hot Pot restaurants in the French Concession at Yanji Old Beijing Hot Pot. Yes, we were in […]

4 Things To Eat at Bund Food Terminal on East Nanjing

544Shares 0 0 544 0 When you’re not sure what to eat on East Nanjing Road and you want a taste of everything, head to Bund Food Terminal for a taste of every single food imaginable. Just a few meters past the entrance to East Nanjing Road next to the Bund, you’ll see a line […]

Après Ski in Breck: Rocky Mountain Underground

245Shares 0 0 245 0 What’s the best part of skiing, aside from hitting the slopes on a fresh layer of powder? Après ski. I checked out the après ski scene at Rocky Mountain Underground in Breck. Half ski shop, half tavern, Rocky Mountain Underground gives off a laidback Breck vibe the Founder has been […]

Taste Napa Valley Terroir at The Charter Oak

2KShares 0 0 2K 0 Price, quality, and some of best local and organic produce I have ever had. The Charter Oak is by far my favorite restaurant in all of St. Helena. Why did I fall in love with The Charter Oak? They’re attempt at honest food is spot on. Everything is pure and […]

Bungeoppang Street Food: Korean Fish-Shaped Pastries

228Shares 0 0 228 0 Take a bite of the past with Bungeoppang or Korean fish-shaped pastry street food. I’m not one for candy, but I do have a huge sweet tooth for anything chocolate, pastry, cake, cookie or brownie related. When I was walking through the streets of Seoul on my way to the […]

4 Days In Norway: Oslo, Flam, Aurland, and Bergen

442Shares 0 0 442 0 If exploring 2 cities, hiking up mountains in rural areas, riding across fjords, and trying amazing, farm to table, and unique food is what you are looking for in a long weekend getaway, than look no further than spending 4 days in Norway.  Last time Pat and I did a […]

Sailors Haven and Sunken Forest: How to Get There & What to Do

1KShares 0 0 1K 0 Never having been to Fire Island, whose ferry is just a 20-minute drive from Pat’s house, Pat and I decided to explore it. With so many options to choose from on the island and limited transportation, we decided on a day trip to one of its many beaches, Sailors Haven, […]

Travel Guide to 24 Hours in Bergen, Norway: 13 Things to Do

5KShares 0 0 5K 0 Bergen might be one of the most sought-after cities in Europe for its charm, history, and postcard-perfect setting on the fjord. Here’s my guide of the 13 things to do in Bergen in 24 hours. As Patrick and I migrated from East to West of Norway in just 4 days, […]