Preferring to let others take on the driving duty, I was content to sit back taking photos out the window, and reading my guidebooks in between periodic naps. But that changed this past summer when the boys and I joined my parents for a 2000 + mile road trip throughout the American Southwest.
If there was a main destination on our epic 2000+ mile road trip through the American Southwest it was Monument Valley, which is located on the border between Utah, and Arizona. Believe it or not my inspiration for this mega adventure came after riding Soarin’ Over The World a ride inside Disneyland’s California Adventure Park. And why not? Inspiration can come from anywhere.
I’ve been inspired by all the mouthwatering photos of food I’ve been seeing online lately, but with literally thousands of delicious choices right here in my home town of LA, and limited time to eat out, my list of must try places was growing long. A plan was in order and I decided a food tour was the perfect answer!
Famous the world over the Las Vegas Strip shines bright with larger than life neon signs and twinkling lights stretching as far as the eye can see. Las Vegas and neon are synonymous you really can’t have one without the other. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that there would be a museum dedicated to the preservation and history of the city’s iconic neon signs.