I’m really excited for this Summer. I’ve got some fun adventures coming up! This photo shoot features the birch bag from Poros. Remember if you use the code “Antonio20” you can get 20% of your first purchase. Picture by
Every time I’m in Portland, I discover new things the city has to offer. I stumbled into Machus, which sells men’s designer clothing and accessories from around the world and tried on a few items. You can’t beat the zero tax on designer items.
I also participated in the Bridgetown Comedy Fest, which is a 5 day comedy festival, featuring comics from around the states. The fest has been around for six years and has been called “the fastest-growing comedy extravaganza in America.” My friend Quincy Jones was premiering his HBO special during the festivies, so it was an event I couldn’t miss.
International Doughnut Day just so happened to be going on while I was there, so I celebrated with a box of Voodoo Doughnut treats. My trip in total was short but I know I’ll be back again soon to discover more great things.
Traveling with the Birch bag from Poros
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Los Angeles with Quincy Jones
Every time I visit Los Angeles, I like it more. The city has so many diverse cultures, neighborhoods, and foods. While in Los Angeles, I visited my old friend, Quincy Jones. Quincy Jones, is hiliarous comic from Seattle Washington who is has a great story and is making it big in LA. Be should to watch he’s special on HBO premiering June 2nd.
Road Trip Maritime part 4 (final)
Our trip to Ferme 5 Étoiles was amazing! Ferme 5 Etoiles (5 star farm) is the perfect place to bring your family and enjoy the peace and magic of winter. This farm has all sorts of wild animals including Emu, Goats, Yaks, horses and more. I personally experienced nemurous unique adventures during this trip including driving my own dogsled team, sampling my first traditional Quebecois sugar shack experience and my first snowmobile ride.
Thanks to Quebec Maritime Tourism for this great adventure. If you would like ideas on planning your own adventure please their site.
Road Trip Quebec Maritime Part 3
It was nice to get a relaxing break from the previous days activities. Our next stay was at the incredible Hotel Riôtel Matane. This hotel was extremely relaxing and located directly on the beach of the St. Lawrence River. After a brief overnight stay we headed on the road to ferry the river toward Baie-Comeau. The video about is a recap of our experiences.
Road Trip Quebec Maritime: Part 2
What a wild ride! Day 2 of our Quebec Maritime experience landed us on a tree top adventure through the frozen forest. The Aerial Park is located not far from the property we stayed in the night before, Domaine Valga and includes 94 games of increasing difficulty levels. I was not an instant pro at these games but it was fun to attempt.
Road Trip Quebec Maritime: Part 1
The first day of our road trip through the Quebec Maritime area was amazing! It was great to get out of the city and see a bit of the country side of Quebec. Above are pictures and video of the first day of the road trip. Special thanks to quebecmaritime.ca for this fun opportunity. Part 2 of the road trip is coming soon!
30 seconds of Quebec City
Two days of beautiful Quebec City condensed into 30 seconds. Thanks to Quebec Tourisme for showing me around town.
What a charming town! Quebec City is filled with snowed rooftops, narrow roads and puffing chimneys. The area reminds me of a city plucked from Europe and set on the edge of Canada. After walking around I realized there was no way to see everything in my short time, so I settled on a few things.
First, I experienced Old Quebec, which is the only walled city north of Mexico. Walking down the historic streets of Old Quebec is like going through a time warp. The architecture and timeless shops make it hard to believe you’re not in old France. I especially enjoyed the random ice sculptures and fireplace scattered around to warm up your hands.
The second place I experienced was the Hotel de Glace. Hotel de Glace is the only ice hotel in the Americas. I would highly recommend a visit even if you weren’t staying at the hotel. This frozen hotel is equipped with a full bar, fur beds, hot tubs, inner tube slide and dance floor great for dancing.
The third place I would recommend is visiting the Observatoire de la Capitale. The Observatoire de la Capitale gives you the highest viewing area in the city. The windows in this enormous building will give you a 360 degree view of all of beautiful Quebec City.