Category: United States
Napa Valley: wine tasting tour at Robert Mondavi
90% of the wines produced in the United States is on the West Coast, the vast majority being in California. Napa Valley outputs 4% of the wine production in California. This post shares a brief history and the current wine production process at Robert Mondavi Winery.
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East Coast Vacation: DC, Philly, NY, New Haven, and Boston.
View of Manhattan from the Staten Island ferry.
I recently took my family to the east coast for vacation. This post shares not just the fun of traveling, but also the planning, logistics, and costs of the trip. My goal is to inspire you to travel with the understanding that it doesn’t cost a fortune to explore and have a good time.
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Downtown Detroit, Michigan.
Real quick about how my day went from 8-5pm.
Detroit, Michigan: The Atheneum Suite Hotel.
Brr, it’s cold here. It’s currently 21 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Denver, Colorado: thoughts on a short stay.
Back in the hotel after a long day. Took 3 taxis around the eastern part of the Greater Denver area. Besides the interesting conversations the taxi drivers shared (they’re all political refugees from parts of Africa), I got to take a good look at my surroundings. Continue reading “Denver, Colorado: thoughts on a short stay.”
A newbie travel mistake in Denver, Colorado.
I have much to learn about traveling.
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Howard County Fair.
On Friday, 8/9/13, I went to the Howard County Fair. Maryland was a nice change of scenery from D.C. and I was pleasantly surprised by what the fair had to offer.
It was my first time seeing livestock up close.
Washington DC: the Lincoln Memorial & Reflecting Pool.
Tonight, I saw the Lincoln Memorial and the Reflecting Pool for the first time. I passed through there in the middle of my jog. Continue reading “Washington DC: the Lincoln Memorial & Reflecting Pool.”
4th of July in DC.
Independence Day in Washington D.C. was a splendid day indeed. I’m four days overdue on posting this and it’s midnight, so I’ll let pictures do more of the talking than my usual walls of text.