When I lived in San Diego, I would sometimes venture up to Los Angeles. Of course, it was always an adventure due to the traffic - no matter if we left late in the evening or early on a Sunday morning. In turn, my view of LA was that of a city so spread out that you needed a car and almost needed to commit to a neighborhood and stay there.
Recently, I got to spend some time in Beverly Hills. This time, I did not have a car and decided I would only Uber when needed to. This meant I was walking to get my morning coffee or walking to meetings or whenever time would allow me to walk to my destination.
The beauty of this was the ability to soak in a part of LA that I may had otherwise quickly by-passed. My favorite areas in LA are those by the ocean, including Santa Monica and Malibu.
Of course, walking also allowed me to soak in my surroundings, and it probably helped that when I was there, they were having unusually "cold" weather and was after a recent rain spell. That meant I had great weather and was was surrounded by lush green landscape.
In light of this trip, I wanted to share some highlights:
Aharon Coffee - this coffee house was started by Aharon Vaknin who is passionate about coffee, and it shows as soon as you meet him. They roast their beans in-house, and he advised I try a Hazelnut Iced Latte - it was delicious! They also roast their own hazelnuts, which they use for the lattes, and they make their own almond/hazelnut milk. Yum!
Momed - this restaurant is a must, as it seems to satisfy all palettes. To start, get the Momed Plate and be sure to include the avocado hummus. You can't go wrong with the salads or wraps and save room for dessert.
Take a Walk - from either of the above destinations, take a stroll down Rodeo Drive or Wilshire Blvd.. Take in the sites of the shops and get your Pretty Woman moment on. And, take a peek inside of the amazing hotels in the area, including The Beverly Hills Hotel.
Enjoy the walk, the palm trees, the homes and a different take on LA.
P.S. While enjoying your next adventure, grab your favorite Adea Modal Tee and a pair of jeans and head out on the town. And, in case you are still in need of some travel inspiration, here's a look at Palm Beach.
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I’m always on the prowl for fascinating females doing unusual things so I was stopped in my tracks by an article that appeared in the New York Post on Monday, September 23, 2019.
You and your family came to Manhattan for the holidays, but you’re having so much fun you decide to stay longer. After the tree at Rock Center, the windows on Fifth and the Met what else is there? You’re in “The City That Never Sleeps” so there are lots more goodies for you and yours to take in.
We’re at the beginning of 2020 so I wanted to start with a “WOW” – however I hope I’m not overdoing it! When I came across this piece in The Week of August 30, 2019 (it originally appeared in TheDailyBeast.com and was written by journalist, Jeff Maysh) I was thunderstruck. I simply couldn’t believe what I was reading.
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