New York has a million delicious places to eat, and I was excited to try some of the best restaurants in the world. Originally, when I moved to NYC, I had hoped to cook instead of eating out since I don’t get to cook a lot on the road. But then all the great eating […]
Posted: 01/14/2010 | January 14, 2010 While I love traveling the world, sometimes I miss the little things that make America unique and special. It’s not that I want to move back to America. I still love moving around the world and experiencing new things, but there’s a lot I think America does better than […]
Chicago left an impression on me the first time I visited and I was happy to explore it again. In this post, I share my experience as well as some great sites you shouldn’t miss.
I really love Washington D.C. There are people from all over the world, making the city very eclectic, diverse, and a foodie’s dream. But Washington DC is not a cheap city. Meals, hotels, transportation, parking—they all add up to a lot of money. Luckily, there are many great free things to do in the city for the budget traveler.
Today is October 31st, and it’s Halloween—one of my favorite holidays of the year. Around the globe (mostly in North America and Europe), children are going door to door trick-or-treating, and adults are getting ready for a party or two. It’s a day for everyone to be a kid, dress up in costumes, and cut […]
Boston is one of the most-visited cities in America, and people from around the world flock here during the summer months. Chances are Boston is on your list to see and, as you know, big cities can be hard on the wallet. Boston has a lot to do, meals get expensive, and hotels aren’t cheap. […]