As much as I miss living in Hong Kong, San Francisco is quickly feeling like home. Besides the obvious beauty (it’s seriously 70 degrees and sunny everyday!) I’m so impressed by the innovations happening throughout the Bay. People here are literally changing the world and there is no project too silly or small. From making your
Before heading to Toronto early last month, I had already heard about the city’s coolest neighborhood, West Queen West, and was eager to explore it firsthand. For those unfamiliar with what Vogue deems the world’s second hippest neighborhood, it’s basically a one-stop-shop for everything trendy. I toured the area on a rainy afternoon and even with
I had so much fun writing my hipster guide to the Lower East Side that I decide to make it a series. There are so many amazingly fascinating neighborhoods in New York and each deserves a little praise once in a while. Today’s guide is all about NoLIta, or North of Little Italy to be
For my latest Neighborhood Guide I’ve chosen Québec City. From the newly revamped Saint-Roch neighborhood to the historic streets of Quartier Petit Champlain and Vieux-Québec, this French Canadian city has many faces. If you have time, try to visit these major neighborhoods but otherwise, this guide should give you an idea of which spots you will gravitate toward most.
I write about London a lot, partly because I briefly lived in the Rainy City but also because it is one of the most inspiring cities for finding global art and culture. On my recent trip to Europe, I managed to squeeze in a few days in London somewhere in between Berlin and Paris. It
Berlin introduced me to something I’ve rarely experienced in my own travels: luxury hostels. My first two nights were spend at Circus Hostel, which has a pretty stellar location, right next to the Rosenthaler Straße U-Bahn stop. It’s also part of a chain, which includes Circus Hotel and the newly added Circus Apartments. First Impression After a