San Francisco is a city known for its diverse and eclectic food scene. From classic seafood dishes at Fisherman’s Wharf to the famous sourdough bread, there is no shortage of delicious and unique eats to indulge in while visiting this hilly city. Recently we where in SF to help my brother in law propose to […]
So, I am thinking I am going to start titling all my travel articles “Passport to…” Do we think that’s cute? I was thinking about my blog branding and how I could improve and I’m hoping that Passports & Papers still makes sense. If you’ve never read about the blog, it’s name, or me you […]
Or course, all our major plans for 2020 were canceled. Like our June trip to Peru and a family visit to Paris to see Henri’s grandparents. But, what really led us to the beachside town of Carlsbad? A restaurant called Cold Beers and Cheeseburgers. A basic name? Yes, but the burgers are so good! We […]
Like the rest of the world our travel plans for 2020 were canceled. I couldn’t take much more of being home and to be honest, I was feeling major burnout from working remotely. I knew I needed a few days to disconnect and get outside. Luckily for me, I live in California which is home […]
Joshua Tree is just a short car ride away, depending on where you are in SoCal. For us in Los Angeles, it’s only about 2 hours away. This desert national park is great for hiking, rock climbing, and star gazing. We don’t rock climb, but it was neat to see other visitors making their way […]
Here’s how we did The Big Apple in a New York minute.
A city with great architecture, food, comedy, and shopping…count me in.
We love to travel and have been to five countries in the last four years while being full-time employees. But, we haven’t taken advantage of what’s right in our backyards. Sometimes we take for granted that we’re SoCal natives and look elsewhere on the map to satisfy our wanderlust. Planning a road trip seems daunting […]
It’s only the beginning of July, but a heat wave has struck Los Angeles and each day is hitting record breaking temperatures. We had no choice but to pack ourselves up and head to the beach for the day. We have both been wanting to explore the Malibu beaches and because it was too hot […]
I do a lot of traveling. So, when people asked my 2018 travel plans they were not surprised by the two week trip to Thailand in March we have planned. However, they were shocked when I said “Oh we’re also going to San Francisco for the long weekend in January, I’ve never been so I’m […]