The swathes of brightly colored fabrics, sequins, silks, and gold thread epitomize the beauty and exotica of Indian fashion.
You know that feeling you get when your kids insist they don’t need to use the potty at a rest stop, only to scream for it ten minutes later? Not so on the train!
Visitors can walk through the tunnels and have a nearly 360-degree view of fish swimming on the sides and overhead.
My husband and I recently “got” the chance to take a road trip with our now two preschoolers.
For those of you who may not know, Holi, also known as The Festival of Colors, is held every year, somewhere between late February and mid-March. It commemorates the end of winter and the beginning of Spring, with revelers throwing colored powder at each other.
As the influence of Chinese culture is very heavy in the Bay Area, it’s no wonder this parade and celebration is the biggest outside of Asia.
Once the doors closed, the elevator shot straight up over 1000 feet.
If you’re planning a trip to Canada and you are a US citizen you don’t need a visa to enter the country, but you will need your passport!
Just walking around and taking in the colors and sounds, not to mention the gorgeous views of the bay, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and of course sea lions, will be more than enough to fill the day, if not the weekend!
We chose not to go last year, as traffic was horrendous and would have turned the typical 15-minute drive into at least 1.5 hours long. We went on a weekday morning this time, and had the whole patch to ourselves!
I’ve always wondered what it would be like to go onto a farm or an orchard and pick my own fruit. I’m big on healthy eating and buy local, fresh, and organic whenever possible. And just try to turn me away from a Farmers’ Market! So when some friends of ours invited us out to …
I just got back from Paris! Sort of. The hubby was in Europe on business, and was able to make a quick stop in La Ville Lumière. Continue reading → Image credit: sushi & chiffon
According to Wikipedia: Cinco de Mayo (Spanish for “fifth of May”) is a celebration held on May 5. It is celebrated in the United States and in Mexico, primarily in the state of Puebla,where the holiday is called El Día de la Batalla de Puebla (English: The Day of the Battle of Puebla). Mexican Americans also often …