If you are a wine-lover and are looking for the perfect holiday escape where you can enjoy the peace and quiet and the beauty of nature, you should definitely visit Shenandoah Valley this fall.
Driving the California coast is out of this world. With spectacular ocean views, winding coastline, and landscapes changing from beach-y to desert to forest to wineland, there is so much to see and do as you explore the California coast.
We hit the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) eaaaarly in the morning with the intention that we'd stop in Santa Barbara on the way back. It was a LOT of driving but still plenty of fun.
If you're looking to do a similar drive yourself I'd recommend spending the night up north to allow yourself more time for stops along the way.
Since Old Town is the "historic heart" of San Diego, its Mexican roots and architecture makes it a unique and cool part of town. It's definitely worth a visit if you're traveling to San Diego, especially if you're in town for Cinco de Mayo coming up!
Last week, my friend Jessica of The Jessica Journey and I scouted out the best of Old Town San Diego in preparation for Cinco de Mayo! We were lucky our friend Marissa of Modern Day Mona Photography was there to capture it all, as well!
There are plenty of fun things to do in Old Town, whether you're going with friends, on a date, or even with family. Here's what we got up to:
So, this travel vlog has nothing to do with politics (which I hope you'll find refreshing)!
Instead, I'm showing my work + travel experience in one of my favorite cities in the world!
Expect seeing the additional barriers/security on the National Mall pre-inauguration, our mini food tour in Dupont, a quick stop in Georgetown, a few scenes from the actual Inauguration ceremony, and our end-of-conference party at the Udvar-Hazy Air and Space museum.
If you've been on any San Diego-themed travel or food Instagram pages, you've likely seen photos of the famous mimosa or craft beer flights from the restaurant Crushed.
Do the photos live up to the hype? Yes!
Whether you're visiting San Diego or are stopping by Pacific Beach, Crushed needs to be on your PB to-do list.