Québec is truly a bohemian city. I had always heard as much but then again, you can never know for sure until you visit yourself. I found it to be a city of contrasts that somehow manages to form a unified whole. For example, the romantic cobblestoned streets found within the walls of Vieux Québec are
It’s been awhile since I last traveled through the West Coast but after my recent California trip courtesy of the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley CVB, my memory is refreshed. Combining both adventure and cuisine, my days in San Mateo County were short but very sweet. From kayaking along Half Moon Bay to petting goats at a
Galveston Island was so much more than I anticipated, and what impressed me the most was the different forms of Vintage that bring the island to life. Ships If you are curious to how a real pirate ship was designed, a visit on the Elissa is an ideal way to envision life as a bootlegger.
A common theme throughout my weekend in Galveston Island was the amount of exotic birds commonly seen throughout the area. Living in New York, this was exceptionally exciting for me and one of the highlights of my trip. Although I’m not a birding fanatic by any means, I certainly adore watching them fly and with
This post is by Jessica Dante, one of our contributors. The summer of 2010 brought me to the city that never sleeps. After being offered a great internship at a small tech start-up, I packed up and moved into a teeny apartment in Gramercy with three friends. Once I deposited my first hefty paycheck, I