Sparkly Things in Denmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)

I really think I need to visit Copenhagen again at some point. I disliked my hostel so much and was confused at the layout of the city that I think that really put a cloud over my ability to enjoy the city. The castles were beautiful, the history was interesting, and the food was OK, but I couldn’t navigate my way around the winding, nonsensical … Continue reading Sparkly Things in Denmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)

An Award Winning Zoo (Albuquerque, NM)

I got to feed a Lorikeet!  Before you say anything: Yes, I saw a lot of animals in Albuquerque. That’s, like, one of [er, the only] benefit of leaving a city and venturing into nature. Anyways, I digress. Like I’d mentioned in my first post about my trip to Albuquerque, the ABQ BioPark (aka the zoo) is the winner of the Quarter Century Award. If … Continue reading An Award Winning Zoo (Albuquerque, NM)

#FBF: 1709 Broderick Street (San Francisco, CA)

I grew up as an avid fan of the family-friendly and super cheesy show Full House. Some might even tell you that I have all 7 seasons on DVD. I’ll never confirm, not deny that, so don’t ask (fine, I DO). Fun fact: Jeff Franklin, the show’s creator, purchased the house back in 2016 and painted the front door red again. So cool! I like … Continue reading #FBF: 1709 Broderick Street (San Francisco, CA)