The Bishop Arts District is one of the places that I like to take people when they visit from out of town. It’s pedestrian-friendly (unlike most of Dallas, ugh), has interesting little shops, and plenty of places to eat for all price ranges. Though I blogged about Bishop Arts District before, here’s a more recent, […]
If there’s anything I learned since I started work – it’s to make the most out of holiday/long weekends! So this past Memorial Day weekend, we drove down to Austin (a mere 3.5 hrs away from Dallas) for a little getaway. Here’s some ideas on what to do in Austin in 3 days: Shop at South Congress Avenue […]
Right next to the LA Arts District was the Little Tokyo neighborhood. It was convenient how close everything was in downtown LA! As a result, eating good sushi for lunch (our last meal in California!) was a must.
Since the small town Carmel was only 15 minutes away from Monterey, we of course, had to stop by. It’s only 1 square mile – the perfect size to just walk around and explore. However, we learned the hard way that all shops closed at 5 pm (#beachtownproblems), so we were only able to window shop. Looking […]
Last weekend, I had the awesome opportunity to explore another one of St. Louis’s neighborhoods, Cherokee Street. It’s mostly known for its superb Mexican food (which was true – Taquiera El Bronco‘s tacos were just as good as the ones back home in Texas), but the street also had a ton of neat boutiques and antique stores.