Chardonnay Lodge is many things. One of which is adorable. So adorable, in fact, that I put together a little photo essay of all of its adorable-ness.
The first time I visited Napa, over President’s Day Weekend in 2008, I became enamored. The lush, green rolling hills. The yellow blossoms of mustard carpeting the ground not occupied by vineyards. The gorgeous and grandeous wineries. The trailer wineries. The Napa area immediately captured me and held my interest well beyond the days IContinue reading “Sleeping in Napa Valley”
I was raised on Manischewitz, so I like to think it is a miracle I like wine. I remember very well the too sweet, too sugary grape “wine” I used to drink growing up in a (not really) Jewish family … the Friday night Shabbat dinners; the bar/bat mitzvahs; Passover with the four glasses. InContinue reading “Napa, wine and girlfriends”
Living in Las Vegas means there are tons of amazing food options. You name it, we’ve got it. Five-star restaurants. Michelin rated. Celeb chefs with numerous outlets across town. But, what we don’t have a lot of is food trucks. Yes, there are some. Las Vegas has, what you could say, a burgeoning street foodContinue reading “The San Francisco Foodgasm: Off the Grid”
After my trip in May to Maryland, I had convinced myself I needed one more visit to see my family and friends before Thanksgiving. May to late November was simply too long to go without a Family Fix. I hemmed and hawed for a bit, deciding dates, asking work if I could have a quickContinue reading “I need an airplane ride”