New York

A Retro Cab and Night Life in the City

Happy May! I hope you're doing well in life. Sorry I've been off a bit. I've been soul-searching, praying, and researching what I should do next. Anyway, last Saturday evening, my mom, her friend, and I hung out in the downtown area, overlooking the east river / FDR and Brooklyn. It was a magical night.… Continue reading A Retro Cab and Night Life in the City

New York

Visiting a 19th Century Home in New York

On the sixth street in New York, you can find the Merchant's House Museum, surrounded by modern-day apartments. When you enter the museum, you walk through a long, red-carpeted narrow hallway. To your left is the entrance to the living room where the Tredwell dined and entertained, and further down is the stairway.  The richThe subservient… Continue reading Visiting a 19th Century Home in New York

Florida

Video: “It’s A Small World” Ride Experience and Family Reactions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6M0HPycsiA Snippets of the ride: "It's A Small World." Last week, I got to spend the day with my family at Disney. And one of the rides that we went on together was It’s A Small World. I like how this ride showcases many of the diverse cultures worldwide. And I was delighted to recognize… Continue reading Video: “It’s A Small World” Ride Experience and Family Reactions

New York

Nostalgia: 2015: New York Comic Con

I took a photo of Batman (sort of a Superman Transformation) and his enemies. Left to Right: Bane, Joker, Batman, Penguin , and Two Face. Lately, I’ve been feeling nostalgic. Or rather I’m always feeling nostalgic, especially in this day age. Do you get that feeling, too?  So a couple of weeks ago, I watched… Continue reading Nostalgia: 2015: New York Comic Con

Foodie · Long Island

Review: Súp: Vietnamese Pho & Grill

Several afternoons ago, my mom and I enjoyed dining inside this new Vietnamese Pho & Grill Restaurant called Súp in Stony Brook. It was also my first-time experiencing Vietnamese Food. Indoor Decor When you first walk into the restaurant, it feels sophisticated and tranquil. The lights are dimmed, yet the sunlight breaks through the tall… Continue reading Review: Súp: Vietnamese Pho & Grill