Sometimes on a weekend when D and I find ourselves without any plans, we ride the train up to downtown Los Angeles. We mainly go to eat at one little Mexican stand called Rodolfo’s.
What a location huh? This was one of the most mind-blowing destination weddings we had pleasure to photograph. Where? Baja California Sur Mexico. More specific? A small private hotel in very remote location in the middle of Mexican desert. Like "the nearest paved road is like 10 miles away and you need an ATV to get to it and if it's raining you're kinda screwedand you're not leaving cause the roads blend with the rest of the desert" kind of remote ;-) But that's the beauty of the place…
Road Tripping with your girls in an unknown town Sing all your favorite songs out loud Running out of gas ( this actually happen snapchatMarcyyu BTW Mexicans are the kindest people I have ever meet) Watch the Sunset in the middle of the road I think my bday weekend couldn't finish better by marcy_yu
The Shed, Santa Fe, NM - Sometimes you are disappointed and this was the case. A former James Beard award winner for "American Classics" and many other honors. It seemed they are resting on their laurels when it comes to food. Middle of the road, waiter spilled hot (temp) on my table and arm, and made many other gaffes. Even made reservations (which is almost a no no for me and Mexican food).