Paris Trip part 1

Hello guys! I am back in Los Angeles, CA and had such an amazing trip to France. While in France I visited tons of tourist attractions as well as just walking around the town and get lost. As you all know this is one of my favorite things to do is to just experience a city by actually checking out the residential neighborhoods.

For the duration of my stay I was checked in at the Grand Trianon Hotel Palace in Versailles, France. The hotel was amazing and truly was a 5 star experience. Shortly after arriving I decided to walk the streets of Versailles. Witnessing that France truly is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. I walked 3 miles from my hotel and stumbled upon a local church. When I entered the church I was really amazed at the designed or the glass work and the art. The sculptures were amazing and it was such an amazing feeling to be in such an old-town. After the church I kept walking around town and decided to check out the Palace of Versailles. I was blown away by how beautiful the gardens were and the interior of the Castle. The paintings were magnificent and so much history were to be told. I enjoyed the incredible sites of the different fountains and sculptures through out the chateau. It was like being in the story of “Alice and Wonderland,” except the only things missing are the Queen of hearts and her deck of cards. “Off with their heads!”

The Church I stumbled upon in Versailles “Saint-Antoine”

 

Palace gates

Inside the palace

 

Washington DC

Hello everyone I just came from the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. which is one of my most favored cities in the country. I love the history and architecture in the city. While I was there I stayed at the Omni Shoreham hotel which is famous for quite a number of historical events. Like Bill Clinton playing the saxophone for his inauguration ball,  the first inaugural ball of President Franklin Roosevelt was also held at the hotel, and Philippine president Manuel L. Quezon made the hotel his residence during his exile from the Philippines in May 1942 until he passed in August 1944. The Hotel also has some haunting reports. The hotel was built in 1930 and after in was built, Henry L. Doherty was made one of the minor financial partners. Doherty and his family decided to live in suite 870 of the hotel (which was at the time an apartment). After moving in, their maid died in the night. Shortly after the maid’s death, Doherty’s daughter, Helen, also passed away in the apartment. After the deaths, the Doherty’s moved out and the apartment was unoccupied for 50 years.It was then renovated into a suite and guests who stay at the suite report paranormal activities such as lights turning on and off, the same with the television. Also doors would suddenly shut and open on it’s own. Hotel staff have reported furniture in the suite being moved around even on an empty room. Ever since then the room has been named by the hotel “The Ghost Suite.”  Although I only stayed in DC for a couple of days and did not get to stay at the ghost suite, I was pleased to see that the city is still beautiful and clean as it can be.

 

 

 

My Tour and My fans

Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I posted on here which I deeply apologize for. Lately I have been doing a lot of traveling. I traveled to Chicago, Boston, New York City, and my next stop is Washington DC. I am really excited about traveling to different parts of the country especially the east coast. I’ve been eating lots of vegan food and meeting lots of my loyal fans. I am so thankful for all my fans as all of you have been there for me since the beginning of my career. You have really shown your loyalty and support for me especially here in the east coast and I want to take the time to really reach out to all of you and thank you for all the love that you have showed me.

In Boston, I stayed in the Theatre District and while walking around Chinatown, I found a vegan place called My Vegan Thai. I ordered some delicious Thai Food and I could not believe how delicious their avocado shake was. I ordered the avocado shake with boba (for those who do not know what BOBA is – it is tapioca – a starch derived from cassava which is a root) Boba is slightly sweet in the center and is very chewy.  It was so good! And yes even better than a big juicy cock in my mouth.

I apologize I don’t have any scenic pictures to show all of you.. But I do have pics of myself haha!