The couple awoke feeling groggy, hungry, and excited. It was el día de las pirámides. They researched how to get to the pyramids at Teotihuacán online, but one of the many concierges in the bright, crowded lobby (a stark contrast to the lobby of the night before) redirected them. They were to board the metro … More Are you kidding me, Mexico City? Part 2.
My favorite traveling companion just got back from one of the greatest cities I’ve ever visited. I’m talking about Mexico City. He took a boy’s trip with a couple of pals to this slice of heaven a short 4ish months after our first trip there. I’m happy for him, really. It was nice to have … More Are you kidding me, Mexico City? Part 1.
It’s human nature to miss something or someone not there. We can’t help it. We crave that feeling they elicit, that feeling liken to coming home after a long time away. Often, when I travel, I come across something so special that I have ‘til we meet again dreams about it until that blessed day … More Eat Your Heart Out
Finding a good, uncrowded brunch spot in San Diego is an exercise in patience, intelligence, and luck. I have spent several Sunday mornings jumping from Snooze, to Great Maple, to Parkhouse Eatery, to Hash House a Go Go in search of a reasonable wait time, and I’ve failed miserably—two hours, Great Maple? Really? I made … More Battles of the Brunches
A brief introduction… … More leelovelife