Posted on April 22, 2016 by Breanna Wilson in Travel
Let's face it, when we're traveling we're basically trying to live the baller life...on a budget. And Los Angeles is infamous for high priced eats. And even though you might not sit next to Jennifer Lawrence for dinner, these restaurants, food stands and trucks offer some of the best eats in the city for a price that all of us non-celeb budget travelers (and gastronomes) can afford.
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Posted on April 21, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Don’t tell anyone I told you this, but the sexiest meals in Manhattan aren’t at the most expensive and coveted eateries. They don’t feature red carpets, valet parking, or tuxedoed doormen. Real thrill and intrigue can’t be bought; it must be discovered. These restaurants require secret passageways and back alleys most don’t even know exist for access to exclusive menus you won’t find elsewhere.
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Posted on April 20, 2016 by Rana Good in Travel
Winter is officially over, and with the temperatures rising it’s a lot more fun to be outside. What’s even better than just being outdoors? Drinking wine outdoors, of course. If you live in New York City or elsewhere in the Tri-State area spring is the perfect time to visit some of the region’s great wineries and vineyards. Here are six unique spots to hit up.
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Posted on April 19, 2016 by Lavanya Sunkara in Travel
On a recent trip to Hollywood, Florida, travel writer Lavanya Sunkara stayed at The Diplomat Resort & Spa Hollywood. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Posted on April 18, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Skip the long lines and avoid the acronyms. New York boasts fascinating institutions that come to life without the Manhattan price tag, educating and enlightening guests in bountiful expressions of human emotion. Check out these museums with thought-provoking subjects ranging from regional art to the paranormal.
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Posted on April 15, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
Key West might be small, but it’s packed full with some great places to eat. The culinary scene on the island has dramatically taken off and with events such as the Key West Food & Wine Festival that takes place each January, more and more visitors are flocking over to experience what the island has to offer. 2016 was the seventh year of the Food & Wine Festival, and included a week of events ranging from walk-around tastings to educational wine and food seminars, in addition to more local and “funky” events that one would only experience in Key West. With some of the freshest seafood in the word and unique local ingredients combined with gorgeous year-round weather, the Key West food scene is worth exploring.
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Posted on April 14, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Having a reliable rental car can undoubtedly be the best way to travel in a country such as the U.S., where public transportation outside of the main cities isn’t nearly as quick, convenient and affordable as it is in Europe. But renting a car can be daunting for both first-timers and veteran travelers alike, so here are eight things to keep in mind when you pick up your rental car at the airport or city location.
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Posted on April 13, 2016 by Breanna Wilson in Travel
NYC, a city with a fast pace and even faster food trends. From the ramen burger that caused fans to wait four hours for a burger between two noodle buns, to the Halal Guys having a chicken and rice dish that causes lines around the block, NYCers take their Instagram-worthy food trends seriously, and you should too when you visit.
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