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Monthly Archives: November 2013
This Vietnamese pho restaurant has been a long-time favourite of mine and also my family’s. We’ve been eating at Vietnam Noodle Star for over a decade.
Let there be light! Without the lighting projected onto this ancient castle, the picture would be pitch black and you would only see shadows and a silhouette. With light, the magnificence shines through and becomes a dazzling diamond in the night.
I love Southern and American food, and it turns out that Home of the Brave serves this type of cuisine.
My friend Steph and I had the chance to catch up over some grub at Porta Via. This small eatery features the tagline “real food from real ingredients” and serves a good variety of salads, paninis, and soups to go … Continue reading
Mmm! I was very pleasantly surprised and thoroughly satisfied with the amazing lunch I had at Tomo Sushi.
Those of you that have stuck around long enough to read my blog from the beginning may remember a time when my family and I went to dine at Fishman Lobster Clubhouse, a new-ish restaurant that opened at the intersection … Continue reading
I’m kind of crazy. Sleeping only 2-5 hours per night during this whole trip. Right now, it’s 4 am. Need to finish typing this on my phone to post later and then sleep and wake at 6 am.
Today’s itinerary was all about the visit to the senior’s home, travelling on a train to Shanghai (our last city of the Trip to China), and eating.
Unexpected: Having a beautiful butterfly land right on my hand while sightseeing at the site of “The Cotton Gin Assault” in Nashville this summer. Thanks to my friend for capturing this fleeting moment.