I’ll be honest, never was I the person who I thought who would take a food tour. The main reason is because I am not a foodie. Well, a weird thing happened after I got married…I became a foodie! We can all thank my husband and his extreme love of eating and food (ha!). I have a newfound love for food and actually enjoy food and eating so an invite from TripAdvisor to do something touristy in my new hometown had me all excited and eager to sign up for the China Town Food Walking Tour.
Super late on this post but wanted to share the Tamber Bey Harvest Festival with you all. It was an amazing day well spent in Napa learning about different wines and how the wines are made. The Fall Release Party is its biggest party of the year. People are invited to help celebrate the new vintages of Tamber Bey’s five Yountville Appellation red wines with great food, live music, and plenty of activities.
Puerto Rico may be a commonwealth of the United States, but its culture stays true to its Spanish roots and Caribbean heritage. Nowhere is this more evident than in bustling San Juan, where customs and folklore continue to thrive alongside modern day conveniences. Known as “La Cuidad Amurallada” (the walled city), San Juan was founded and settled by the Spanish in 1521. Today, San Juan is the second oldest European settlement in the Americas with one of the largest natural harbors in the Caribbean. You can fully appreciate its colonial past by taking a stroll through Old San Juan. From architectural landmarks to world-class art museums, this picturesque part of the city is full of interesting things to see and do. And for the more adventuresome, you won’t want to miss the massive El Yunque Rain Forest, once believed to be the Fountain of Youth.