As a born and raised Miami girl, I know a bit about what to do in Miami while taking into consideration the rainy and unreliable weather the summer months bring. I have compiled a list of things to do. Whether you are a tourist or a local, I am sure you can find something that … Continue reading What to do in Miami, FL in the Summer
VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EN4ewLtYHUQ&t=10s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EN4ewLtYHUQ&t=10s We went to Cocoa Beach with the goal of seeing the SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink rocket launch. Tickets to see it up close and personal were sold out, so we saw it from Cocoa Beach and the view was honestly amazing. We observed it launch and felt and heard the rumble. While … Continue reading Cocoa Beach – Where to Stay, What to Eat, & What to Do
Rincon Argentino is a family run restaurant in Coral Gables that has been around over 30 years (it was established in June of 1987 by the Argentine-Italian Miguel De Marziani and family). We decided to try out this Argentinian restaurant for Mother's Day since it offered food everyone in our party could enjoy. It was … Continue reading Rincon Argentino – Family Owned Restaurant in Coral Gables
We decided to go to Grove Bay Grill (previously called Scotty's Landing) to celebrate my Mom's last day of radiation (yay!). My Mom wanted to go somewhere with a view and seafood (it was Good Friday and we were not supposed to have meat). I have to warn you, it is not easy to find … Continue reading Grove Bay Grill (Previously Known as Scotty’s Landing)
I have been passing in front of Japan Inn in Doral for a bit and now it is finally open for business! The exterior and name caught my attention every time I drove by it – I was not sure if it was a hotel or a restaurant and it does not architecturally look like … Continue reading Japan Inn Doral
If you have never been to a Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine restaurant or are just unfamiliar with their American dream come true story, read up on it on their website. To sum it up: The Vilariño family was among the fortunate 126,000 to come to the U.S. through the Mariel Boat Lift in 1980. In … Continue reading Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine in Downtown Doral
For every year of my life, I have gone to the Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition on opening day. This year was no different. I have so much to be thankful for and so many blessings to celebrate, so why not continue the tradition, eat yummy food, and knock back a cold one at Beer:30 … Continue reading Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition Opening Day Tradition!
My Mom finished her chemo treatment a couple of weeks ago (one of the happiest days of my life and of course, of hers, as well). I haven’t had a chance to write about it on here but I did share a vlog revolving around the special day on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHep8UMT5F4&t=144s I wanted to share … Continue reading My Mom is Done with Chemo! | CHEMO TIPS
I went to Texas Roadhouse a couple of nights ago. It was my second time dining in a Texas Roadhouse establishment (1st time in this location, though). I have been wanting to go back for a while now. I used to pass it every day on my way to work and every time I did … Continue reading Texas Roadhouse – Better Than I Remember
I was pleasantly surprised by how splendid Serendip-a-Tea was. It may be hidden and not as popular as its neighbor, Hole in the Wall, but it is not to be disregarded. The place is quirky and distinctive. In addition to its heartwarming display of art/decorations and unique teacups, it provides excellent, personalized service. … Continue reading Serendip-A-Tea – Scintillating, Spry & Special!