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Oregon Eclipse 2017

You may remember I mentioned in an earlier post (Throwback Thursday #6: Burning Man 2011) that we would be going to the Oregon Eclipse Festival this year. Well, we went. It was a bittersweet experience and the absolute worst part? Waiting to get in. Once we arrived at the town just outside, we had to take

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New York City April 2017 Part 5: Daniel Restaurant Review

Daniel Restaurant ** In the 2017 Michelin Guide for New York City, Daniel is listed as a two star Michelin restaurant. It’s located on the Upper East Side near Central Park and is known for French influenced cuisine. The Chef (Daniel) actually has two restaurants and we ate at his cafe first. The food there was

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New York City April 2017 Part 4: Aquavit Restaurant Review

Aquavit Restaurant ** In the 2017 Michelin Guide, Aquavit is listed as a two star Michelin restaurant. It is well-known for Nordic cuisine and also having a Swedish female chef who helped earn it’s second star. We decided to eat here since we wanted to try something new. There aren’t really any restaurants that serve

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March 2017 – Eating and Art in Miami, Florida

Our stopover in Miami on the way home Miami has always been one of my favorite cities and it was great to stop by on the way home from Colombia. Our flight was on time and customs was a breeze. Even though it was a little drizzly when we arrived, the weather and atmosphere overall

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Colombia Trip March 2017 Part 3: Eating Cartagena

The Walled City of Cartagena I’ve been wanting to visit Cartagena for many years. I was a little worried that it might be really touristy, especially since I read that cruise ships dock there. But after visiting for 3 days, I can happily say that it was a very enjoyable place! Cartagena has a lot of

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Colombia Trip March 2017 Part 2: Bogota Food

Colombian Food in Bogota The Colombian food we ate was a lot better than I remember from my first visit. I think the amount of restaurants has increased significantly with the competition, also helping to increase overall quality. If you plan to visit Colombia and enjoy eating tasty food, use these resources to find good

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