A small stall with a center table with about six stools and counter seating surrounding.
A fresh market and eating palace for ravenous seafood lovers.
The National Palace Museum in Taipei has one of the largest collections of ancient Chinese artworks and relics in the world.
The first few times to Hong Kong I missed Mak's Noodle but didn't want to this time.
Great to have this museum back up and running in San Francisco in its new space.
Walking through these towering trees it can feel more like a cathedral than a forest.
It has nice curves and gives you space to breathe in cramped lower Manhattan.
Woodlawn Cemetery (at the end of the 4 line in NYC) is the last stop for many of the Gilded Age's and music's most prominent figures.
My visit brought some calm and a great escape from the buzz and bustle of the big metropolis.
The breakfast plate at La Masa hit the spot after a long trek through The New York Botanical Garden.
At the end of the 4 line on NYC's subway you will find this mural dedicated to the memory of those who fell while serving the USA.