Born and raised in beautiful Santa Cruz. Child of nature. Eternal beach bunny. Lover of all things California (but still eager to explore the world!).
Definitely not a tourist trap—this place is the real deal. It’s a pretty amazing place for both kids and adults which is hard to find when you’re traveling. A half a day or so is probably enough so you can see something else the same day. See More
Hey Juliana! The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is one of my favorite places in the city. You could spend days here and not see it all. The Houston Museum of Natural Science is another cool place. Hermann Park... See More
Two of my favorites: Elaine Turner Rice Village. OMG, is this place out of control. NOT cheap (I’d say a dress would run about $250 there) but wow. Gorgeous things. I feel the same way about TOOTSIES too. This place is so beautiful... See More
I will be in Melbourne during the holidays and not sure what holiday activities there are (though top of my list is building a sandman instead of a snowman!). I know it will be summer there, so I'm curious, what do the locals do during the holiday season? Are there... See More
The Hotel Palomar is a great hotel that I know is near a couple of great dog parks. They have no deposit, either and they can set up a walking service for you if you need one. There’s a dog park nearby as well. See More
I'm heading to Cincinnati at the end of fall for a week. I don't hear much about this city, so I'm not sure what it has to offer. What are the best activities I can do there? I love the outdoors and culturally enriching things, so I'd appreciate if you could... See More
First time visiting Boston and I want to see the real thing—where should I go (only have three days so I have to plan carefully)? I know Faneuil Hall and the Cheers bar, but that’s about it—what else should I hit to see the real Boston like a local? See More