Today is #earthday 🌍. In honor of this amazing day, here’s my picture with my ultimate BAE ❤️: my gentle giant and my sole protector (look at his fierce stare lol). But in all seriousness, let’s sustain and celebrate Mother Nature’s extraordinary divine habitats and animals so that future generations can see and experience these gifts. 🙏🏼🍃
Hello SPRING! Had such an amazing time here at the CA poppy reserve! It’s uncontrollably windy, but at least my hair is willing to cooperate at these shots!! Happy weekend my loves!! 🥰😂🧡 💜#VincentTravels19
Hello foodies! Just sharing you all of my review of the things I've eaten in NYC... (Pictured - From top to least rated) 1. Piccola Cucina Osteria - One of the *BEST Italian dinners I've had. Loved the coziness and intimate space. Need reservations though. PERIOD. 4.5/5 2. Peter Luger's Steakhouse - Old-fashioned, and truly classic steak dinner. The steak is something else, and their sauce is unbelievably unique! I'm dying in every bite. 4.5/5. 3. Joe's Pizza - Do not skip this at all. Long lines but worth the wait. Every slice is to die for. Also eat like NY'ers do! 4/5. 4. Levain Bakery - The cookies are so rich, decadent, and heavenly. You can't stop munching on these. 4/5. 5. Xi'an's Famous Foods - People will either love/or hate this place. I loved it. I love spicy food and this one has the kick. Do your research before ordering. I had their cumin lamb soup with thick noodles and it's great! 3.8/5. 6. Shake Shack - It has the power. But I'm still an In N Out fan. 3.5/5. 7. Lady M Cakes - Their signature pistachio mille-crepe cake is heavenly. But we have it here in L.A., so... 3.5/5. 8. Creamline (at Chelsea Market) - You can have these burgers in L.A. Enough to fill a hungry person, lol. 3.5/5. 9. Park Avenue Winter - The food is meh. However, the pork steak is tender and very juicy. The dessert is SPECIAL. ambiance is regal. 3/5. 10. Magnolia Bakery - Not a cupcake person, but the red velvet is rich and decadent. I've had better. 3/5. #vincenttravels19#vincenteats#newyorkcity
Just sharing my wonderful, awe-inspiring experience at the #museumofmodernart. The museum is the home of two of my personal favorites, recognized paintings in Western art: #vincentvangogh’s glorious “The Starry Night” (1889) and #pablopicasso’s feminist work “Les Demoiselles d'Avignon” (1907). Seeing them up close was very surreal, and quite hair-raising. Then there were some provocative art works by Louise Bourgeois, Tracey Emin and Gerhard Richter that got me thinking of my own existence. Yes, it’s that deep folks.