Hello Friends, It’s been awhile since I have put out a travel post, so here I am and happy to be back! This summer Andrew and I took a trip to Asia visiting Tokyo, Bangkok and Koh Samui a small island of Thailand. Since our return, we’ve received SO many questions about our Asia Travels. While most of our friends have been to Europe, less … Continue reading What You Need to Know: 1st Time Visiting Tokyo, Japan
It’s no secret the Houston Heights area is booming! Every time you turn around there is a something new going up and I have to say I’m not complaining. Andrew and I spend on average 5 nights a week out and we are loving all there is to offer! Recently, we headed out for a Date Night in The Heights and changed it up quite … Continue reading Date Night In The Heights
Now we are truly talking about one of my favorite parts! There is literally something for everyone – so come hungry! *IMPORTANT: You cannot take any food or drink into the arena where the actual rodeo show and concert take place. Don’t make a rookie mistake and buy your Kettle Corn Popcorn before the show or buy a fresh drink right before you plan on … Continue reading Food Lovers Guide – Houston Rodeo
Southern Style Breakfast Hot Little Biscuit – Literally everything on the menu looks amazing and the best part?! They are open until 2am. There’s often a line, but moves quickly! The Biscuit Sandwich with bacon, egg and cheese was 5 stars!! Poogan’s Porch – For a more leisurely southern meal, this adorable restaurant is on a charming street in an old restored Victorian home. Make … Continue reading 5 Things You Can’t Miss in Charleston
As you may have seen, the hubs and I did a big couples trip to Costa Rica this summer with 4 other couples. The 10 of us had an absolutely amazing time and despite everyone being dispersed in different cities we were able to plan a highly successful trip! So successful, we want to plan another trip together! So, below are some of the best … Continue reading Costa Rica: Planning a Couples Trip
5. Snoqualmie Falls If you plan on making a trip to Seattle, make sure to take a few extra days to travel an hour out of the city to see this beautiful waterfall. Book your stay at the Salish Lodge Hotel that sit right on the edge of the falls. The most quaint hotel with an award winning breakfast! 4. Waimea Canyon Everyone knows everything … Continue reading 5 Travel Views You Need To See!
Mexico City: 3 Day Travel Guide Friday: Uber from Airport to Hotel: 45 minutes – 1 hour Check in to Hotel: We stayed at the JW Marriott in Polanco. The area was amazing and you can walk to literally tons of bars, restaurants and shops – PLUS there is a Starbucks right across the the street from the hotel and the Mexican Hot Chocolate is … Continue reading Travel Guide: 3 Day in Mexico City
The girls in my office always call me Belle, from Beauty and the Beast (in fact that’s who I am today for Halloween) so I guess it was only fitting I stayed in a real life castle! The great news?! You can too! If you’re planning a trip to Ireland, which you totally should, this hotel experience is a MUST!! Check out their site here THE … Continue reading Ireland: Staying in a Real Castle!
Pizza – Rubirosa Hours: Sun-Wed 11:30am – 11pm & –Thurs-Sat 11:30am – Midnight When I say this has been the best pizza of my life, I mean it. Located in Little Italy, this small place is serving up BIG flavor. Be prepared to wait on average around 45 minutes for a table if you don’t have reservations. Luckily, you can give them your cell number … Continue reading 5 NYC Must Eats!
#20 Pujol – Mexcio City I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to eat at one of the Worlds Top 50 Restaurants recently . Pujol, located in Polanco a nice area of Mexico City was by far one of the coolest and best dining experiences I have ever had. Reservations We made reservations 3 months in advance to make sure we were able … Continue reading The World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Dinner at #20