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Algiers Point, New Orleans
February 7, 2016. by

Across the Mississippi is a sleepy hamlet As budget conscious, but seasoned travelers, we have been supportive of the rise of Air BNB. It gives you the opportunity to step outside the tourist traps and experience at least a basic immersion into local cultures. Early indecision in our booking plans meant we missed our dream […]

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Bayou Tour, Louisiana
February 7, 2016. by

The promise of Gators and possibly the chance to see a real raccoon was always an exciting proposition. This will sound outlandish to most Americans, but living in the heart of Greenwich Village, there’s no raccoons to see (though a friend has spotted one in Central Park) and after watching plenty of YouTube videos of […]

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Bourbon Street, New Orleans
February 7, 2016. by

When people think of New Orleans, they picture two things: Bourbon Street and Hurricane Katrina. Both were absolute horrors, but at least the city has moved on from Katrina. Bourbon Street brings up romanticized imagery in the mind’s eye of brass bands, deep African-American spirituals and French street signage. That is just a small part […]

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Frenchmen Street, New Orleans
February 7, 2016. by

If Bourbon Street is NOLA’s seedy underbelly (and busty over belly), Frenchmen’s is a refuge for locals – the place to go for decent food, affordable, quality cocktails and the best of the best young and upcoming acts, free of the baggage of playing to drunken parties of marauding hens and bucks, football tours and […]

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Chess Fan? Your Move
February 7, 2016. by

  Are you the next Gary Kasparov? Got the moves to mix it with the best of them? For the player who likes their game to be intellectual, New York is arguably America’s chess capital. It’s the only place I’ve ever been that offers chess summer camps or that still has dedicated public chess tables in […]

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Only in NY: Battle of NY
February 7, 2016. by

Every day New Yorkers pit themselves against the rigors of short-tempers, crowded, hot-as-hell subways, loud mouths (come on, most are in this city), a brass section of van horns and a rat race, that pits them against real rats, bigger than most domestic short hair cats. With all that tension, bad diet, reliance on Alka […]

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Only in NY – The East River Piano
February 7, 2016. by

In a city that’s seen its economy sunk, its streets flooded and a zillion startups floated, it shouldn’t be unfathomable that you’d find a grand piano doing breaststroke under the Brooklyn Bridge. In May 2014, that’s exactly what happened. The Mason and Hamblin grand was found floating in the East River, devoid of strings and […]

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Happy Hour Freebies, NY
February 7, 2016. by

Happy hour is my favorite time of the day after home time and marginally more so than bedtime (depending on the kind of day it has been or length of happy hour). A good happy hour is something you wish would keep going for hours. Luckily most New York happy hours do. I have seen […]

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Bacardi Distillery, PR
February 6, 2016. by

I have never been a big spirits drinker. The occasional single malt, a speakeasy cocktail, but never to the point of buying whole bottles for a night out (OK, maybe when I was 18). Mojitos and Pina Coladas, on the other hand are hard to resist when you’re in Puerto Rico. And both rely on […]

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People of Old San Juan, PR
February 6, 2016. by

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