I am writing this post in the car, while my husband drives us back from a four day trip in the California desert as I wanted to put together a quick guide about the AIP road trip food that I enjoyed while exploring the beautiful Joshua Tree and picturesque nature around Palm Springs.
The desert is by far one of my favorite landscapes… the silence, the vastness, the extreme conditions to which the autochthonous forms of life managed to adapt simply make it something epic!
If you ever happen to visit this magical place, these are the 7 Things To Do in Sedona:
You could stay in Sedona for weeks and still be able do discover a new hike every day for how vast Oak Creek Canyon is.
It’s my second time visiting Sedona and its magical Red Rocks.
A few months ago, Alec and I took a trip from Colorado to California together with my parents who were visiting from Italy.
The Hyatt Pinon Pointe is an amazing property that stretches its beautiful villas just a few steps from downtown Sedona, the Mountain Trails Galleries, Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village and Kuivato Gallery.
Anytime we drive from Orange County to the Central Coast where my father in law lives, we love to stop in the beautiful Santa Barbara. We like to break up the trip strolling around State Street, getting a hot tea and enjoying the beautiful stores of this pretty town, that still reflects the original urban structure of the Spanish mission founded here at the end of the 1700’s.
After hours of driving through the emptiness of the Utah desert, enchanted by the magical sandstones and the fascinating geological formations of the Valley of the Gods, we run into Bluff, a beautifully preserved pioneer town that dates back to 1880.
We spent a few days in Durant, Oklahoma for a poker event my husband was playing, hosted at the Choctaw Resort and Casino. As the hotel concierge advises you as soon as you check in, there isn’t really much to do or see in this part of the U.S.