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Theres no denying it, im my daddy's son 😒
My fathers picture (above) taken sometime between 1990-93 in his Eclipse GS-T
Me (below) taken roughly 2017 in my 92 Integra. Not the best comparison picture, but it was the most similar angle i could find
Looking for a hidden gem? One of the most original restaurants, @apostodm, is where it is! Intimate, creative, and full of class.
We started with the pizza frittata, which aligned to my preference of being crispy for every bite!
I usually do not end up recommending the gnocchi, anywhere, but I must on this one. It appears to be lightly seared, but when you pair it with their sauce, butter-poached lobster, and funky (but tasty) romanesco - it is one of the best dishes I ever had! If it had a touch of bread to go alongside, it would have been perfect, in my book!
I wanted dessert, and while the flavors were spot on for the panna cotta, I'd recommend avoiding spreading it thinly at the bottom of a wide bowl - it goes beyond the gelatin texture and every part of the bite becomes too much like a JELL-O jiggler.
Overall, we will be back. I recommend to anyone wanting a dining experience that is unlike most, for a date night, or gathering with those you love.
May your ride be smooth and your drinks stiff. Cheers!
BAD NEUENAHR DSM- Anreise zur Tennisanlage in diesem Jahr wegen Baustellen in Bad Neuenahr schwierig!
Von der A61 Ausfahrt Sinzig oder Bad Neuenahr: im Tal die Umgehung B 266 fahren. Dort unbedingt die Ausfahrt „Bad Neuenahr OST“ nehmen, dann den Schildern folgen.
Auch in der Stadt wird die Anfahrt durch diese Schilder gekennzeichnet!!!
It’s been a BUSY BUSY BUSY week and both my head and heart have been devoted to the one year anniversary of the #Marshalltown tornado. An EF 3 took everyone in this city by surprise knocking down an iconic clock tower and ripping apart buildings down Main Street. Seriously, you can’t write this stuff. My dad was actually in town visiting that weekend and was just arriving in #DesMoines when I learned I had to head North to cover the storm. The next two days he spent in the destruction with me. He helped carry lights and suggested lines to write into my scripts. While the two of us are quite similar we often have a hard time seeing eye to eye. While in the Navy he did a great deal of relief work and so at first he thought I was being a touch dramatic describing how tore up the city was, but when he arrived he said he’s NEVER seen anything like this. Marshalltown put our disagreements in perspective for me. The people so willing to share their stories still inspires me and the fact that a year later they’re having a “renaissance” and celebrating how they’ve come together leaves me in awe. Check out my bio for LIVE coverage from this Friday to see what I mean.