"It's like bingo…but with chickens," I implored."So you,like,wait for the chicken to walk across your card and poop?" my friend asked,obviously grossed out." "No,there's actually only one card and the chicken's in a cage.You know what," I mused,"it's actually more like chicken shit roulette when you think about it."Ah,Austin…land of the weird.
You've done Times Square.You've done the Empire State Building.You've spent countless hours at the Met.You've tromped across the Brooklyn Bridge and now you're looking for something unique to do in New York.I've got you covered.After 8 visits I've had most of the experiences you expect from New York – Broadway shows,MoMA,the High Line – but I've also managed to uncover a few cool experiences that you won't find on a typical best of New York list.
If you're planning a trip to to Austin,TX one of the first things you're going to need to figure out is where to stay.To help you out,I've hand-picked 5 of my favourite hostels and hotels near downtown Austin that each have a unique personality that I love.
In my ongoing quest to show you the full spectrum of travel,I wanted to share another,more recent travel fail of mine.One that saw me miss a river cruise to see bats in favour of a visit to urgent care.The day I got a bit cocky and fell off a Lime in Austin.
Spring is one of my favourite times to visit New York.You skip the summer smog and the winter cold,but knowing what to wear in New York in Spring can be tricky.Using my 5,4,3,2,1 packing list method,I've put to万博官网gether a guide to help you cover all your activities with style.
When I heard that Nomadic Matt was organizing a travel conference I was curious.When I saw the line-up of speakers Matt had put to万博官网gether,I knew I had to go.But I didn't want that to be my "big fall trip" so where would I head after?Oddly enough,Greece made sense.
It's that time year again.There's just one more day left in 2016 and I thought I'd take a bit of time to look back on where I've been this year.In every year,there are ups and downs so I thought I'd share a few of my memorable ones with you.
Earlier this year brightly coloured bagels started blowing up on the internet.A video by Business Insider showing the labour intensive process of creating these multi-coloured treats went viral.I started seeing them all over Facebook and Instagram.What unicorn magic was this?I must have.
"Are you in Paris?" a family member asked me on Facebook after seeing me post a photo from the Hotel Elysée.I wasn't.I was in New York.Outside my window,beyond my 14th floor patio,traffic crawled by on East 54th St.,but inside my room I could've been in the City of Lights.
My first two trips to New York City this year each had their own mishaps.From needing medical attention to the disappointment of a rained out ballgame.I'm hoping that the third time's the charm and that my visit this week and next will go smoothly.I'm going to be spending a lot more time in Brooklyn and I'm excited to check out this new-to-me neighbourhood.
Armed with Foursquare and a squad of hip friends,we navigated the late night drink options in SoHo.He didn't trust the unwashed masses over at Yelp to make suggestions,instead relying on places where his friends had checked-in before.It was past midnight and we were on the hunt for cool places to have a drink in SoHo.
If you find yourself wandering around Williamsburg on a Saturday afternoon wondering what to do be at,have I got a suggestion for you!Walk yourself down to the East River State Park and bring your appetite.Smorgasburg is a food fair featuring a few dozen vendors that you don't want to miss.
I was recently in Boston to speak at the Women in Travel Summit.I initially had thoughts of going carry-on only but a mix of day and evening events,chilly weather and the fact that I extended my stay to 6 days put the kibosh to that.Want to know what I packed for springtime in Boston?
I was in Boston recently,speaking at the Women in Travel Summit and,of course,while I was in Beantown I had to check out the food scene.Food is often one of those things that I remember best about the places I visit.Over the past decade Boston has been experiencing an emerging foodie scene focused on local ingredients.There's a lot more going on than just clam chowder.