Posts filed under: Domestic

  • Creative ways to enjoy the best of New York City on a budget! new york city travel hacks, budget travel, travel hacks, new york on a budget, travel to new york, free things to do in New York
New York City has it all – diverse culture, delicious food, world-class entertainment, a majestic skyline, and a palpable energy that makes you want to explore every inch of the city. I definitely gave in to that energy during my...
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  • new york city, walking tour, foodie guide, instagram foodie guide
New York City is known for its culinary delights that range from gourmet street food to Michelin rated fine-dining. With the advent of social media, many New York eateries have upped their visual presentation game to offer food that is...
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  • Guide to Enjoying Washington, D.C. for Free!
Travel to Washington, D.C. is fairly easy for me since I live about an hour drive from the nation’s capital. For most on the east coast, travel to Washington, D.C. only requires a quick flight or scenic bus/train ride.  The...
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Imagine my surprise when I realized that I had a three-day weekend. Medical residents “affectionately” call a full two-day weekend free of clinical responsibilities a golden weekend. So I guess a three-day weekend should be called a platinum weekend, or...
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  • flight deals, flight apps, cheap flights, travel hacks, flight hacks
If you are like me, I am sure you are dreaming of your next vacation. What is holding you back from jet-setting to your next getaway? Well, likely a full-time job which pays the bills, obviously. But also, the cost...
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  • group travel, international travel, travel tips
Traveling solo is the current travel trend and I completely understand its appeal. As an only child and introvert, I am well acquainted with solitude and welcome it in certain circumstances. Travel is not one of them. There is nothing...
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So I randomly decided that I wanted to try my hand at skiing. This is random because historically, I have not been good at activities that involve lack of brakes, i.e. ice skating, rollerblading, etc. I am definitely not a...
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