Bohemian Trails Gets Cultural in Québec

My visit to Québec City was a long time coming. Every summer of my childhood consisted of a two week trip to Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire to spend time with family. As a kid I didn’t realize just how close Québec and Canada in general was geographically. But even in the past two years

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Innovative Indy: Cuisine & Cocktails

I’m going to be totally honest here. Before heading to Indy for Memorial Day Weekend, I didn’t have high hopes for the food and beverage scene. I hate to admit it but I think my years living in New York have made me a bit harder to please when it comes to food. However and

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My Crash Course: The Indy 500

Leave it to me to completely overlook the world’s largest single-day sporting event when planning a trip to Indy. After meeting Visit Indy crew a few months back in New York, I was eager to test out their newly created Cultural Trail. When I picked Memorial Day Weekend to visit, I was also able to

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My Perfect New York Summer

As New York finally starts to feel like Spring, my mind is already thinking ahead to summer. Autumn is hands down my favorite season in New York but summer does have perks like free concerts and outdoor festivals to keep everyone entertained. Still, I’m always surprised when I hear non New Yorkers rave about how

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5 Ways to Feel Local in NYC

Tourists in New York are pretty easy to spot. They tend to do annoying things like stop in the middle of a sidewalk to take a picture or worse, they make it nearly impossible to skirt around them because they all walk next to each other. I certainly don’t mean to sound judgmental because after

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Boho Guide to San Antonio

San Antonio is an easy city to love, and I say that having not fallen in love with every bohemian city out there. My main reason for visiting was to experience their annual Luminaria celebration and I left with a huge appreciation for the local art scene. As I normally do with my Boho Guides, here

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San Antonio Comes to Light at Luminaria

Growing up, I always hated Daylight Savings time each spring. It meant that I lost an hour of sleep and had to wake up for school more tired than usual. Oh how times have changed! Thanks to San Antonio’s Luminaria art festival which coincides with the time change, I gladly welcomed one hour less of

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Highlights from San Antonio

San Antonio was a long time coming. After meeting with the CVB last year at a Texas Tourism event, I was intrigued by the city’s early Luminaria festival. At that point, the festival had already taken place for that year but I remained hopeful that I’d be able to make it in 2013 – and

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Soaking in the San Fran Sunshine

While this title may confuse my local San Francisco readers, compared to New York, the California weather felt refreshingly warm. My last trip to the Bay Area was just last August when I explored scenic San Mateo County and Silicon Valley but I haven’t been to the downtown San Francisco in almost three years. My

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Sweet and Savory Sarasota

To say that I ate well in Sarasota would be a major understatement. Designed for serious foodies, our itinerary primarily focused on the agritourism aspects of Sarasota. We visited local farms, picked fresh berries and sampled delicious cuisine from around the world during their annual Forks and Corks festival. While including every meal would have

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