“It’s time for a Dodger Baseball…” Jacob grew up listening to Vin Scully broadcasting baseball games, wearing the blue L.A. cap and going to the Dodgers Stadium.
Experiencing Japan without crossing the Pacific is in Little Tokyo. I discovered this district recently and I loved it! So much history and culture to discover here.
The history of this district is twisted in the World Continue reading “Little Tokyo Historic District”
Stop looking for a hidden Japanese garden in the heart of Pasadena. The Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden is a peaceful retreat from Continue reading “Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden in Pasadena”
Haphazard, running by Universal Studio and South Weddington Park, my eyes caught a mission bell above a cultural heritage sign, the Campo de Cahuenga. Instantaneously, my curiosity Continue reading “The Campo de Cahuenga, a gold nugget of California history”
Let’s start the New Year with a festival of flowers, music, and sports thanks to the Tournament of Roses in Pasadena. Every year, Continue reading “Rose Parade in Pasadena”
Los Angeles shakes my typical Holidays celebrations. From snow to palm trees, from Christmas lights in the Champs Élysée to Continue reading “The enchanted Christmas Lights in Los Angeles”
“The very thought of this, my first Alaskan Glacier Garden, is an exhilaration”. As John Muir, the writing of this article brings back unforgettable Continue reading “Glacier Bay and Hubbard Glacier”
Our pioneer’s steps in Alaska started here. We landed in Anchorage and were transferred to Whittier only a few hours later to board. Anyhow, we Continue reading “From Anchorage to Whittier”
“I’m Thankful for…”.this is the sentence that nearby 325 million Americans may pronounce for Thanksgiving Day to show their gratitude for their Continue reading “Thanksgiving traditions: Presidential Pardons, Turkey Trot and Pies.”
Juneau was a dreamlike day as we experienced the Ice Age. Indeed, we paddled a canoe to reach the Mendenhall Glacier and trekked on the surface of Continue reading “Excursion on Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau”
From colorful nature to the graphic city, our journey after the Yukon Road ended in Downtown Skagway with the discovery of the buildings from the Gold Rush. Luckily for us tourists, the fire did not destroy the city. As a result, most of the original buildings still stand like the Red Onion Saloon. In addition, we stopped by the Gold Rush Cemetery and the “Railway built of Gold”. What a throwback in time! Continue reading “Skagway”