Grand Central Market has just about everything one could want, from fresh pressed organic juice and vegan ramen to fresh baked breads, freshly shucked oysters, fine cheeses, hot meals and groceries from around the world. There are also regular movie and game nights, and they have a wide collection of eclectic neon signs on the walls and in front of or above each vendor.
We absolutely loved the way the eco-chic atmosphere of Gracias Madre intertwined with the bold pops of color both in the food and decor. It was the perfect place to enjoy delicious, comfort food flavors with a holistic, vegan twist!
We saw almost all of Rome, on foot, in three days, and it wouldn’t have been possible without good walking shoes and thick socks. If you enjoy sightseeing or photography, or just like going at your own pace and want to save money, skip the tours you’ll see signs everywhere for and have the adventure of a lifetime in the Eternal City.
Honeymee is the delicious combination of real milk, hand churned kosher ice cream and real honeycombs that’s the perfect snack sized portion. I had seen cute photos of their ice cream online and knew that I wanted to try it, and I’m so glad I did!
Querétaro represents the former economic and artistic glory of central Mexico, where aqueducts still stand tall and proud, and Spanish and Catholic architectural influences can be found on nearly every building in this ancient, mountainous city.
Tickets to legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s internationally acclaimed installation “Infinity Mirrors” typically sell out in minutes, but we managed to get our hands on some and it was well worth traveling across the country to see. Step inside Yayoi Kusama’s glittering, infinite universe and see why it is one of the most intriguing museum exhibits of the 21st century.