Sorry, that was an obnoxious greeting to start this post. 🙂 Hello friends! I’m currently writing from a perfect sunny and 75 degree day in Kirkland, a little suburb outside of Seattle. [Oops, posting this one a little late.] It’s seriously freakin’ beautiful here (pictures to come). This is my little stopover in between my trips to Canada and California. So, I figured no better time to write about Canada (specifically British Columbia) than when it’s fresh on the brain.
I will be honest, I thought Van was pretty “eh” as a city goes, but Victoria was absolutely beauuuuutiful. That being said, there will probably be less recommendations here than you find in my typical travel guides because I will never recommend something if I didn’t even enjoy it myself. 🙂 Read on for the best parts of my trip to BC below!
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Apparently wine is on my travel agendas as of late (or maybe just on my life agenda…). Anyways, my besties and I decided to do a weekend in Fredricksburg last month, which as you know is practically the Napa Valley of Texas (LOL – I’m kidding, y’all). I was pleasantly surprised by this small town because we had some pretty good wine and came out of the trip with some great stories (like that time we saw a parade float that said, “Make America Texas Again”). #TexasForever, people.
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Many have asked and not many have received…until now. Most people know I am a total foodie (shout out to the fam for raising me that way) and while this list is ever evolving, I wanted to share my favorite fifteen places that I get my grub when I’m home. I’m breaking this bad boy down by category since the food scene in Texas is insane. So here it is: my top three places to get coffee, brunch, lunch, dinner, and happy hour in Dallas.
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With harvest season around the corner (that happens in late September or early October for you future wine-o’s), I wanted to share a little Napa Valley travel guide with y’all! Last year I decided to go on a last minute trip to wine country with a few friends for a long weekend and it was one of the best decisions I made in 2016. (Seriously, I’m not even being dramatic!) The food, the wine, the views – everything about this place is perfect. Pour yourself a glass of wine and let’s get this party started!
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Call me basic (I’ll embrace it for once), but I knew once I watched La La Land that a SoCal trip needed to be in the books ASAP. *Queue movie soundtrack before reading the rest of this post.* Maybe it’s just for the “fools who dream”, but something about California is always magical to me.
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The city has been (and will forever be) one of my favorite places in the world. For me, New York was one of the first places I traveled to and felt “small”. You know that feeling where you realize there is a lot more to the world than just you? Some days I think we all need that perspective check.
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