Category Archives: comida

The Elusive Hollywood Sign: Los Angeles

By Carey Reed Zamarriego   There it is. The best shot I got of the Hollywood sign this summer. How hard is it to get a photo of the sign? Much tougher than I anticipated. After driving up the skinny, winding roads near the famous Griffith Park Observatory, fighting the whole way with the GPS […]
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What’s On This Weekend: NYC and BCN

By Carey Reed Zamarriego What’s on this weekend? A lot. Here’s a short list of events to attend and deals to take advantage of in NYC and Barcelona (BCN). Some even see the two cities collide. Have fun. —— ¿Que está pasando este finde? Pues un montón. Aquí menciono algunos eventos que no debes perder […]
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Venice Beach and Santa Monica: Where Models and the Beatles Play

By Carey Reed Zamarriego (la versión en español está abajo) We drove up to the Viceroy in a rented Ford Fusion and immediately scrambled to clean up the inside of our vehicle when we saw the notice: Valet parking only. The backseat was littered with garbage bags, recycling,a gigantic cardboard box with our camping equipment […]
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Barcelona, Spain: FULL DISCLOSURE

By Carey Reed Zamarriego (una versión en español está abajo) This photo features my good friend Anna and I relaxing on a couch after an afternoon BBQ at a friend of a friend’s Barceloneta Beach apartment. It is, I believe, the perfect photographic representation of Barcelona: a spectacular seaside city filled with great people, great […]
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Wanderlust Revelation: The Lambs Club Pre/Post Theater Prix Fixe (NYC)

By Carey Reed Zamarriego   (una versión en español está abajo) One of the challenges of going to see a Broadway show in NYC is finding a good place to eat in the theater district (a strip that stretches from 42nd street to 53rd between 6th and 8th avenues). The food factions found there are as […]
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Wanderlust Revelation: Dining Divinity for Vegetarians, Vegans and the Lactose Intolerant (NYC)

By Carey Reed Zamarriego (una versión en español está abajo) On a somewhat sleepy stretch of Park Avenue in NYC’s Murray Hill section sits Franchia (meaning free, lavish and generous in Korean), a triplex Korean vegetarian tea house. I discovered Franchia when scouting out a place for dinner for myself and a visiting college friend. […]
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