Pineapple Moscow Mule [Drink]

Undoubtedly one of my favorite drinks [year round] is the Moscow Mule. During summer there is nothing more refreshing than a tropical fruit like pineapple, so I decided to mix both and created a Pineapple Moscow Mule. The mixing of all the ingredients gives it a sweet, tangy and refreshing taste! Perfect for summer! 

Here is the recipe so you can try it yourself!

1 Lime
1 Gosling's Ginger Beer [my favorite brand]
1 Shot of Vodka [Depending on the Drinker]
1 Shot of Pineapple juice
Pineapple pieces [optional]

Put in a copper mug: Ice + Shot of Vodka + Shot of Pineapple Juice + Ginger Beer + Lime. [I added pieces a pineapple to make it even sweeter] mix, drink and enjoy!  


Staycation [Travel]

Sometimes the best vacations are staying home and relaxing or just going to the new ride at your local amusement park. As some of you may know, I live in San Antonio, home of Fiesta Texas. They recently opened the new Batman Ride, so I had the opportunity of checking it out. 

The Batman ride was crazy! It lasted only 30 seconds but they were the longest 30 seconds of my life! If you like excitement and getting super dizzy, this is your kind of ride. I was a little hesitant on going, but once I was there I had a blast!  

I had so much fun getting on the rides and almost having a heart attack! A lot of my childhood memories came rushing back to me! Fiesta Texas never gets old, and it is always a great idea. 


San Antonio's World Heritage Site [Travel]

On July 5th San Antonio’s five Spanish colonial missions were proclaimed a world heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The designated missions are: Mission Concepción, Mission San José, Mission San Juan, Mission Espada and the Alamo. These are the largest collection of Spanish colonial architecture in North America and represent approximately 300 years of history and culture.

The San Antonio Missions are now the first World Heritage Site in the state and the 23rd in the nation. This community is known for protecting its heritage and I have no doubt we will continue sharing our heritage with the world.”-County Judge Nelson Wolff

The Missions were built to expand Spanish influences in the north of Mexico. They also 
served to introduce natives into the Spanish society and the catholic church.

These is so exciting for the city, these are true gems! If you are in San Antonio you should definitely add them your must-do list. 

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