Posts tagged Travel
Traveling to Quintana Roo, Mexico
Chasing Frozen Waterfalls Near Cleveland Ohio
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I’m spending the weekend in Ohio, visiting my grandma, family, and the snow. It’s currently -2°, which is a bit warmer than yesterday’s -4°.....if those 2° really make a difference. Either way, it’s dang cold.  

Since we don’t get much snow in Houston (except the other week), I’ve been taking advantage of having a white winter. The locals think I’m crazy for wanting to go on walks around the neighborhood and do handstands in the snow, but when in Ohio... am I right? 

Here are some of my favorite photos from the trip.  

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The view from Cleveland’s Contemporary Art Museum.

The view from Cleveland’s Contemporary Art Museum.

Light house in the distance.

Light house in the distance.

The back side of the Rock Hall.

The back side of the Rock Hall.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, designed by I. M. Pei.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, designed by I. M. Pei.

Frozen Lake Eerie.

Frozen Lake Eerie.

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Walking around my Grandma's neighborhood.

Walking around my Grandma's neighborhood.

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Summer in Colorado is My Favorite Season
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Cross it off the bucket list: My first time to Seattle
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Seattle has been on my bucket list since I was a little kid and discovered Nirvana and the grunge culture. Being a big art and music fan, Seattle has plenty to offer. The Museum of Pop Culture was one of the coolest museums I’ve been to, housing many pieces from Seattle based musicians and companies like Jimi Hendrix and Nintendo. 

 

I also highly recommend Maneki, the oldest Japanese restaurant in the USA and the best sushi I’ve ever had (yes, better than Uchi). Seattle is known for their fresh fish, so I pretty much stuck with fish all trip and was happy everywhere I went to eat. 

 

We went on a hike on of the days up Rattlesnake Ridge and some of those photos are below. 

 
 
 
Snow and Ski in Beaver Creek Colorado
 

My good friend invited me to Beaver Creek, Colorado for a week of skiing and relaxation. Spending a full week off work is great for resetting and it was my first time skiing! I can't wait to go back.