U.S. National Parks

Kenai Fjords National Park | Exploring Alaska

Reserction Bay Exploring Kenai Fjords National Park, which lies just outside of Seward, was an extraordinary experience while traveling through Alaska. This is where ice, ocean and mountains meet and the best way to visit this national park is by boat or kayak. If water travel is not your thing, you do have the option… Continue reading Kenai Fjords National Park | Exploring Alaska

Global Dining

Lunch at the Award Winning Barrio Café | Phoenix, Arizona

Sitting down for a meal at Barrio Café in central Phoenix is one of America's most sought after Mexican food experiences. This highly acclaimed restaurant has been featured on 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives', had countless write-ups and comes highly recommended on various social media platforms. That is how I came across Barrio Café, through research… Continue reading Lunch at the Award Winning Barrio Café | Phoenix, Arizona

Food Journals

What I ate in MADRID – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Madrid was the first city that I had ever visited in Spain. I am saying that because there will be other return trips to Spain. I knew that I would be back after the first couple of days that I was exploring, Madrid and I just 'clicked'. I found this majestic city to be filled… Continue reading What I ate in MADRID – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Global Dining

Restaurante La Trainera – A Place for Seafood in Madrid, Spain

In 1966, within the reputable residence of the Salamanca district in Madrid, Restaurante La Trainera was born. For over fifty years La Trainera has been one the city's top restaurants for seafood. When I travel, I try to seek out seafood restaurants with a history of serving fresh fish and shellfish. Since Madrid is a… Continue reading Restaurante La Trainera – A Place for Seafood in Madrid, Spain

Global Dining

Sobrino de Botín en Madrid, Spain

Table for one at one of the oldest restaurants in the world. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Botin in Madrid is the oldest restaurant in the world. What's funny is that I thought that I ate at the oldest restaurant in the world back in 2015; Historische Wurstkuchl in Regensburg, Germany (photos… Continue reading Sobrino de Botín en Madrid, Spain

Food Journals

What I ate in WYOMING – A Food Journal

We were onto the second state on our four state, two week road trip. We were in Wyoming after driving from Nevada and through Utah, which was an incredible drive. We learned many things like keeping our gas tank at half full because the next town could be hours away. We never ran out of… Continue reading What I ate in WYOMING – A Food Journal

Food Journals

What I ate in MONTANA – A Food Journal

Montana was our third state during our two week road trip. It was twelve days, two female road warriors who are in their forties (my friend and I), four states and a lot of eating. We definitely did our share of adventures and adventurous eating! There are many words to describe Montana such as marvelous,… Continue reading What I ate in MONTANA – A Food Journal

Global Dining

Hunt & Gather Restaurant in Torrey, Utah – A Perfect Place to Gather

Who would have guessed that along State Route 24 in the small town of Torrey, which is the gateway to Capitol Reef National Park, there would be a delightful dining establishment named 'Hunt & Gather'. My friend and I were on a two week road trip and passing through Capitol Reef for a day. In… Continue reading Hunt & Gather Restaurant in Torrey, Utah – A Perfect Place to Gather