Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Best Coffee Shops in New York City

Experiencing caffeine withdrawal can exponentially drain one’s energy. Though you can grab a lukewarm, watery cup of joe at any bodega, you shouldn’t — instead, hit up these specialty slingers. Tucked in Greenwich Village is Caffé Reggio and their 1902 espresso machine; it created their first cappuccino and the antique…

Chicago’s Best Winter Markets

Winter in Chicago is a beast. After the merriment of autumn wears off, you become acutely aware of just how numb your fingers feel, not to mention the daunting ordeal that is living through bitterly cold January, February and March. But since we can’t change the weather, we make the…

48 Hours in Austin
Nov 27th, 2017 Posted by

48 Hours in Austin

Austin has long beckoned creative souls, musicians and offbeat misfits. But in the past few years, its appeal has extended to techies, indie filmmakers and foodies, too. It’s a mix that elsewhere might struggle to find common ground — not so in Austin. A blend of Southern hospitality and earthy…

BLACK FRIDAY IS HERE.
Nov 24th, 2017 Posted by

BLACK FRIDAY IS HERE.

The Best Indie Movie Theaters Across the U.S.

Who doesn’t love a night at the movies? As great as a bucket of buttery popcorn and an action flick can be, these indie cinemas across the U.S. are raising the bar on the moviegoing experience. Atlantic Plumbing Cinema – Washington, D.C. Atlantic Plumbing Cinema. Image courtesy of the venue….

The Best Independent Boutiques in Paris

When it comes to shopping, Paris is a goldmine. In fact, the options can be downright overwhelming. Instead of fretting over where to go for the best duds and accessories, follow Paris resident Haleigh Walsworth’s suggestions, and hit up these independent boutiques. Alexandra Sojfer Alexandra Sofjer is a third-generation designer…

The Most Appealing Boutique Hotels in Rome

Looking for a show-stopper of a hotel for your stay in Rome? Read on. Blue Hostel Blue Hostel. Image via hostelworld.com Just a short walk away from Termini station and the lovely Monti neighborhood, Blue Hostel prides itself on offering hotel rooms at hostel prices. The trade-off is that there’s…

Singapore’s Most Intriguing Small Museums

When it inevitably rains while you’re in Singapore, don’t let the weather ruin your day: check out one of these eclectic museums. They’re so engrossing, you won’t even remember what your original plans were. Originally founded as The Raffles Museum in the 1800s, today the seven story, eco-friendly Lee Kong…

Bangkok’s Loveliest Riverside Restaurants

Resort Sala Rattanakosin. Image courtesy of the venue. Besides offering a welcome escape from city traffic and smoggy air, dining on the banks of the Chao Phraya River gives one a glimpse of old Bangkok, amidst Buddhist temples, wooden houses, former warehouses and faded-brick shophouses. The steady river breeze, creaking…

The Top Breakfast Spots in Sydney

Cornersmith. Image courtesy of the venue. With so much swimming and walking to do, Sydneysiders need their breakfast, and there are plenty of cafés that serve up the most important meal of the day made with quality ingredients like hand-blended muesli and free-range eggs to just-picked spinach. And it all…

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