Month: March 2016

Easter at the rock
March 28, 2016. by

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Arlington Cemetery, Washington DC
March 25, 2016. by

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Dakota Apartments & Strawberry Fields, NYC
March 25, 2016. by

The Dakota Apartments Across Central Park West on the corner of 72nd Street stands the iconic Dakota Apartments. Built in the 1880s, it is one of New York’s most prestigious addresses. The architectural style can be described as northern German Renaissance, with high gables that tower above the inner courtyard. The front gatehouse is manned […]

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Plantation Tour, Louisiana
March 24, 2016. by

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The French Quarter, New Orleans
March 24, 2016. by

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Never take the free CDs
March 24, 2016. by

Scammers. Every big city has them. They’re almost a badge of honour. If you have them, your city has reached a zenith – one where a new economy of ‘harmless’ crime threatens to sour the tourist experience of hapless, naïve families and the clueless. By no means as nefarious as a pickpocket, the hustler is […]

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Obama in the Village
March 21, 2016. by

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Cadbury’s Vegemite Chocolate
March 21, 2016. by

Vegemite, tire black, axle grease, Australia’s favorite yeast extract and deliverer of your entire annual sodium allowance for the year, all in the one serve has been a staple of any Aussie’s diet since 1922. So it makes perfect sense to add Vegemite to anything – surely it will be a goldmine to a nation […]

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FAO Schwartz
March 21, 2016. by

A place for kids of all ages Remember Tom Hanks in the 80s hit, BIG? Well who’s showing their age now? Now rack that geriatric brain of yours. Do you remember him playing Chopsticks on a giant plastic piano? That happened at FAO Schwarz. Until late 2015, it still existed. Sadly, the store is currently […]

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Escaping the rat race
March 20, 2016. by

Rats suck. Especially ones the size of a small, Korean car. Racing sucks too. I am, you could say, fairly sedentary and not into feats of fitness. I prefer to exercise my brain and the elasticity of my jeans. But when push comes to shove and when the rat race gets too much, even I […]

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