November started off with a bang in Paris where I celebrated my 28th birthday and the fun continued on to Toronto. I had the pleasure of speaking at an impressive fashion & beauty blogger conference called at SPARK Sessions about the Power of Google+. It was an amazing experience and one that both challenged and excited me
I found Kyoto very manageable, especially compared to a larger city like Tokyo. I spent three days exploring the different neighborhoods, sampling local food and people-watching whenever my legs needed a break. Kyoto has a good number of neighborhoods and just like other cities like New York and London, each feels different and appeals to
So I’m going to start this post off by saying that no, I’ve never been to Dubai. It’s not that I don’t have any interest, but the opportunity has never come knocking at my door. However, I recently attended a travel event here in New York and had an interesting conversation with a fellow writer
This is a guest post from Barbara Cacao of Vienna-Unwrapped. Art is alive and kicking in Vienna, Austria, my hometown. While Viennese museums are renowned for their historic art treasures, and local galleries draw in a select group of art connoisseurs, you can find a great mix of art in many places of everyday life.
While there are many neighborhoods in and around Oslo, there are four main areas ideal for travelers interested in global art and culture. Check out this city guide to Oslo for the best recommendations: City Center Most travelers visiting Oslo are sure to stay near the city center. The historical center is called Kvadraturen and
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.
(Previous entry from Liberty Travel, where Megan wrote a 4-part series on her favorite London neighborhoods) The East End of London continues to intrigue me. While abroad in London one of the courses I enrolled in was British Broadcasting. It seemed a dream come true when our Welsh professor, who happened to have an impressive
(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column on Life2PointOh, entitled Weekly Wanders) Let’s be honest. The American dollar hasn’t exactly been doing that great the last few years. Back in 2008 when I was studying in London, I almost cried one morning after calculating how much my tall vanilla latte was actually costing me in
This post is by Elana Zygman, one of our contributors. Planning a backpacking trip this summer? Going alone? Here are a few tips from our resident female backpacker, Elana. 10. A backpack: If you have separation anxiety from leaving those few extra clothes or makeup items behind, this is a must. Make sure you can