Day Ten is in the books, and this is Valeri, writing to you as I sit in the passenger seat of the car on the drive home. We made sure to pack last night so all we had to do this morning was gather our toiletries and chargers before heading to breakfast.Coffee and breakfast was
Hello, reader! Matthew here! Welcome to our last full day in New York. I’ll guide you through what we did today. The Day’s Events Our coffee today was provided by the baristas at Black Press Coffee. This wasn’t our planned stop, but due to potential timing issues, we decided to abandon our originally planned coffee
Day eight is in the books and this is Valeri, here to tell you all about it. Guys, I have vacation brain, meaning I can’t remember what day it is and sometimes I can’t even remember the last thing I did.So please bear with me as I try to recount our day. Coffee …Let’s see,
Seven is the perfect number, right?That means today is bound to be even better than all the other days. We’ll see how true that is, I guess!By the way, this is Matthew and I’ll be your guide for the day. I’ll be writing this post as we go along, so buckle up. WE NEED CAFFEINE!
Valeri here to tell you all about today. First stopCan you guess what our first stop was this morning?If you guessed coffee, thank you for recognizing that as our brand, but actually it was not our first stop. *GASP*We actually stopped at a Bond location from “Live and Let Die.” It took us a bit
Matthew here, checking in on the fifth day of our visit to The Big Apple!I’ll fill you in on what we’ve been up to as best I can. The Day’s Events Getting StartedTo kick the day off, we headed toward our scheduled coffee stop — Everyman Espresso — and everything was going great … until
This is Valeri, reporting in to tell you that Day Four was a success despite the rain and wind today had to offer. Coffee, coffee, coffeeOur morning began with a train ride to Plowshares Coffee. We’re definitely at the point in the trip where our bodies are reminding us that we’re not invincible, so we’re
Hello, reader — Matthew here! It’s my turn to guide you through our day, so hang with me for a bit, and I promise I’ll do my best! I’m writing to you while sitting perched a very large rock in the middle of Central Park while nibbling on some honey roasted almonds that I purchased
Valeri here to tell you about our first full day in New York! And I’ll let you know right now that just one day in NYC and we’ve beaten our record for most miles walked in a day: 16.59.In London, we had 15 miles in a day that set the record for us.We’ll see if
Well, hello there! There are only a couple of ways you would have landed on this page: You’ve been following our latest blog posts, awaiting every post with bated breath, just dying to know what hijinks those crazy Pearons are up to now. If this is the case, thank you for following along — hopefully
Hello everyone! Matthew here, checking for the last time in Boston.I’ll warn you, this will be an odd entry — and likely a short one — because we’ll be traveling again! We’re about to start the second portion of our trip: New York 2021. Now, I’ll get down to the specifics of the trip. The
Hello again, Valeri here and I’ll be telling you about our adventures today. First stop!You guessed it: Coffee!We had planned to go to George Howell Coffee, but found out the only way to get out there was via a commuter train … which would’ve meant buying tickets rather than just using our metro cards. So
Good morning! This is Matthew, and I’ll be your tour guide today. I’m going to try to write this entry as we go along today versus trying to remember every detail tonight. We might sacrifice a bit of coherence this way, but hopefully the addition of in-the-moment details counters that. The Day’s Events Coffee, of
Hello, this is Valeri again, and I’ll be leading you through our third day in Boston. I know most of you miss Matthew, but just bear with me, and we’ll both get through this … then you can experience another Matthew post tomorrow. My day began with a sketching session at 6 a.m. for Inktober.
Matthew here, checking in from Boston!I’m writing this segment of the blog from the back room of Caffe Vittoria whilst sipping a cortado and nibbling phenomenally delicate tiramisu. All the while, I’m being serenaded by Frank Sinatra and listening to the chatter of the city echoing through the cafe. Let me tell you — it’s
The Pearons are off on another adventure! This time, we’ve headed North East to the home of baked beans, Fenway Park and that bar where everyone knows your name. Yes, we’re braving the wilds of Boston!If you’ve followed along with our previous blogs, you’ll know how this works: We take turns chronicling the day’s events