Tips for Taking the Train in Morocco

Tips for Taking the Train in Morocco

It’s the easiest and fastest way to get between cities, but there are a few things you should know before taking the train in Morocco. While I’m not by any means an expert (I have only taken it twice), I feel like my experience was an educational one – so if you’re planning on taking the train in Morocco, read on! Continue Reading…

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6 Fashion Designer Hotels Where You Can Sleep In Style

6 Fashion Designer Hotels Where You Can Sleep In Style

While many people don’t care where they stay during a trip, I always put in the effort to find a hotel, hostel or apartment that is both stylish and comfortable. Usually I’m not willing to splurge on a 5 star hotel, since I prefer boutique hostels & unique Airbnb apartments anyways, but these visually stunning properties designed by the fashion elite are certainly worth checking out for at least a night. Continue Reading…

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What To Do in NYC’s Upper West Side

What To Do in NYC’s Upper West Side

One of my favorite neighborhoods in New York is the Upper West Side. If I ever lived in Manhattan, it would be here. While it’s very residential, there are still plenty of things to do and see. Here’s my guide to what to do on the Upper West Side, where to eat & drink, and what to wear… Continue Reading…

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Embracing the Chaos in Jemaa el Fna, the Times Square of Marrakech

Embracing the Chaos in Jemaa el Fna, the Times Square of Marrakech

Jemaa el Fna is one crazy place, and can easily be described as the Times Square of Marrakech. But instead of costumed characters, they have snake charmers, and instead of hot dog stands, there are orange juice carts. While it’s crowded and touristy, it’s also a must-do. Continue Reading…

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Blonde Moment: Attempting To Hike Anthony’s Nose In the Snow

Blonde Moment: Attempting To Hike Anthony’s Nose In the Snow

A couple weekends ago it was really, really nice out in New York for the first time in forever. I had already done a walk through Central Park on Saturday, so on Sunday Dave and I decided to drive out to the ‘burbs and go hiking with our friend Camila. Continue Reading…

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