After a day in Sacramento we traveled to Tucson, Arizona with a 2 hour layover at Los Angeles Airport which sucked, but Tucson is pretty cool city, so check out this post about Tucson and a visit to the Zoo and a stay at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa which was awesome and pretty.
Stop 5: Dallas, TX
On wards to Dallas, TX and this time we flew United again since it was cheaper this time and the Economy Plus seats are no joke. This adventure we went to the Mansion restaurant, the Dallas Zoo, a badass gluten-free brunch spot, and the Dallas Natural History Museum.
Day 1: The Mansion, Dallas, TX
We found a great restaurant called the Mansion which has been in Dallas for awhile apparently and it was none the less a great experience, and had some awesome food. I didn’t photo everything because it was really a private dining experience but instead captured our desserts. The food was excellent and the restaurant was beautiful, the cocktails that were holiday themed were awesome.
Hit read more to check out my gluten-free brunch and more!
Stop 4: Cleveland, Ohio
Next journey has arrived us in Cleveland Ohio with a visit to the Zoo, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Intercontinental Hotel, and a trip to the best Toy store I’ve ever seen.
Cleveland, Ohio has a lot to offer for a week visit and there are lots of things to do and explore. Especially the vegan/gluten free scene. I’ll be updating this week with my latest journey’s to Dallas, Disney World, and then next week I’m flying out to California! So check out this post about all my adventures and findings in Cleveland, Ohio which was cold but a real shitty town. Lot’s of Ghetto-Ness.
First night we got to our pretty cool hotel the Intercontinental which was a huge 2 bedroom hotel with a super comfortable bed and then we Yelp’d a local restaurant real close that had a gluten-free menu. “Table 45” which is at another Intercontinental hotel, so we took a free shuttle on over to see what Cleveland food had to offer. But first check out my bed and see where I got some hard sleep and amazing ZzZzz.
Okay WAKE UP, let’s go have dinner at Table 45, but first hit Read More.
I love Zoo’s.
Detroit Zoo is pretty elite.
This Zoo is huge and almost walked 3 miles here and takes about 2 hours to complete, the day we went the lady at the ticket counter was the rudest person I’ve ever encountered. All the restaurants were were closed except the gift shops. It was a Thursday at 2 P.M. Most of the animals and staff were friendly and they were setting up for Halloween which looked to be pretty legit and exciting, wish I could have gone during a Halloween event!
The pumpkins displayed were awesome and art of there own. The black squirrels are an epic find and saw about 100 them. The parking here is also super easy, just park in the garage in the back and walk about 100 feet and your good to go. The polar bear exhibit was def my favorite and spacious, was super proud the zoo kept this bear happy.
This Zoo is chillin approved and I’ve been to a lot of different Zoo’s this is def in m top 5. If your in the area or debating to go, hit it up! Prepare for the stink in the Penguins! Also don’t miss the Bush dogs, by far one of the coolest animals I’ve seen in awhile. Click on read more to see all my photos from the Detroit Zoo visit, you will find Polar Bears, Giraffes, Monkeys, Penguins and much more, ahhh zoooooo!
Houston Zoo Eats.
Took an hour to get a slice of pizza and hamburger.