12.28.10 Making Lemonade

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snow daze
Our flight to Mexico was totally cancelled—not delayed, not postponed, CANCELLED! 10 years ago exactly, trying to make my way from LA to Tulum to celebrate Scott's 40th, the same exact thing happened. In the end, I never made it down there at all, but this time G pulled a rabbit out of a hat and got us a flight to Mexico CIty on Thursday. We'll make it to Todos Santos late that night, missing just a day and a half of our vacation. By the 31st, we'll have our day in the sun.In the meantime, we'll make the most of another 2 days tromping around the snowy city, and another couple of nights at the Ace. Yesterday we saw Black Swan and True Grit; the former a hot mess, the latter a beautifully shot and rather compelling film, though not the Coen brothers' best. There followed another flawless dinner at Momofuku Ssam. The duck with plum and cashew was divine, as were the pickled Prince Edward Island mussels. Today, we're headed out to see The Fighter and The King's Speech, then Co. for pizza—G will fall off the gluten wagon for that! Bottom line: it could be worse. Hope you're tucked up somewhere warm...


I love your attitude. I think you've inspired me to take a new direction on an article I'm writing about our travels in Italy. The first two were very "went here, ate this", Siena was a different scenario though. I think I'm going to approach it from a similar angle as you did here. Thanks for the inspiration!
The Quest For Zest on January 27, 2011 at 7:05 am —
Thanks, Josh. Not sure I would have thought this particular post to be too inspiring, but looking forward to reading about what you did in Siena!
laura on January 27, 2011 at 10:52 am —