I love day tripping or spending the weekend in Annapolis. There is nothing like a small town with medium sized town options. Annapolis is small but quaint and has a lot to offer. Annapolis has a great waterfront. You can take a boat ride through one of the larger companies (I like Cruises on the … More Annapolis, Maryland: The Perfect Summer Day Trip
I remember the first time I went to Miami I told a friend I was staying at 21st and Collins and he squirmed. He said, “Wow, that’s really high up” and gave me that five heads look. He spooked me but what I learned from what he said is that perspective is everything. Contrary to … More Miami Part I: South Beach v. Miami Beach
To be clear, I am only talking about coastal/southern Maine. I have never ventured North of Wiscasset aside from a drive to Quebec City so this is primarily about towns like Kittery, Ogunquit, Freeport, Portland, and Brunswick. So you know, I went to college in Brunswick, Maine so I actually have a long-standing love affair … More You think it’s weird that I rave about Maine? Well, it’s time you visited.
Five Tips for Spending Three Days in Las Vegas It’s not easy to get everything you want from Vegas in three days, especially when you are coming from the East Coast. Between long layovers and time changes, it can be a challenge. Unfortunately for me, United lost my bag and I had to spend Friday … More How to Spend Three Days in Las Vegas
When I am not traveling, I love to explore DC’s overrated, underrated, and vast food scene. So enjoy my DC bites between travel bites. I appreciate that most folks in DC are into the shiny object phenomenon. It’s new, aptly located Near the White House, and has a steady buzz like the fly in … More DC Bite: Mirabelle the (not so) Great
If you’re a master glancer like me, you probably didn’t read what this blog is about. Well, let me manage your expectations. This is a blog mostly about food but it’s not a sample of restos in any given city and I’m not a food critic. Now that you’ve got the disclaimers, here’s what it is. There […]