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Katherine Belarmino

San Diego


About Me

I am the author of the travel blog Travel the World​, a travel blog for the everyday working stiff.  I am also co-author of the travel/alcohol blog Passports & Cocktails​, searching out the best wineries, breweries, distilleries, and cocktails around the world.

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ANew Orleans: Unique Foods?

Another unique dish you can try is turtle.  Along with alligator, it is a popular unusual ingredient in New Orleans.  We had alligator bisque and turtle bolognese.  There are a ton of unique dishes to try in New Orleans.  15 Traditional New Orleans Foods ​ See More

ANew Orleans: New Orleans Hotels and must things to do

Hi Nicole! We stayed at two French Quarter hotels during our visit, and of the two, I think you would like Hotel Mazarin​ the best.  It is part of the New Orleans Hotel Collection.  They also have Dauphine Orleans Hotel​ and Audubon... See More

ANew Orleans: Good Eats in New Orleans? What should not be missed?

Our favorite restaurants were La Petite Grocery for contemporary, Commander's Palace Restaurant for high-end and historic, Arnaud's Restaurant for fancy and historic, Cochon Butcher for... See More

ANew Orleans: Best swamp tour in New Orleans?

I second the suggestion for the Jean Lafitte Swamp Tour .  We really enjoyed the swamp tour and were glad we included it in our itinerary.  We spent a week in New Orleans.  We booked the tour with Gray Line New Orleans , which has... See More

ASan Diego: Fun day trips and sightseeing in and around San Diego?

I live in San Diego and recently did some fun activities, which I wrote about that might fit the bill.   A really nice hike is Stonewall Peak Trail​ ( See More

ASan Diego: Great neighborhood in SD to live for 6 weeks for a young professional (25)?

Where will you be working? I would choose either Little Italy or North Park .  I personally wouldn't stay in the Gaslamp or Pacific Beach unless you're a big partier.  If you're looking more for good food, good craft beer,... See More

ASan Diego: What are the best hidden gems in San Diego?

North Park and South Park are San Diego's up and coming areas, especially for restaurants and not many people know about it. North Park also has a lot of cute, funky shops along University Avenue.  Ocean Beach​... See More

ASan Diego: Best areas in San Diego for shopping?

Fashion Valley Mall is San Diego's best mall.  However, if you want to shop in small stores in a great neighborhood, head to La Jolla or Del Mar .  In La Jolla the shops are concentrated on the streets bordered... See More

ALos Angeles: What are the best rooftop bars in L.A.?

My favorite rooftop bar in LA is Perch .  Like Jillian said, it is a little on the fancy side, because it's LA, but not too fancy, and the vibe is laid back, the live music is really great, and the view is fantastic. See More

ASan Diego: Best burritos in San Diego?

The best place to go in San Diego for authentic Mexican food is Las Cuatro Milpas​.  Don't be scared off by the long line.  It moves fast and there is plenty of seating inside. My favorites are the chorizo con huevos and the tacos, but they also... See More

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