Fit Travel: Where To Work Out in Boston

Fit Travel: Where To Work Out in Boston

Home to famous sporting events like the Boston Marathon and Head of the Charles Regatta, Boston is definitely a city of fitness. But if you’re spending a few days here and don’t want to exercise outside, there are local studios and gyms where you can get a great workout without wearing heavy, suitcase space-hogging sneakers. Here are four of the best spots for travelers to work out in Boston. Continue Reading…

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How to Survive a Trip on the Chinatown Bus: 6 Tips

How to Survive a Trip on the Chinatown Bus: 6 Tips

The Chinatown buses have long been my favorite method of transportation from NYC to Boston. Recently both the Lucky Star and Fung Wah bus companies were shut down by the government due to safety violations, but I’m happy to report that Lucky Star is BACK, and Fung Wah is probably not far behind. Continue Reading…

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The Black Friday/Cyber Monday Travel Deals I’m Booking

The Black Friday/Cyber Monday Travel Deals I’m Booking

I worked in retail for way too many years to actually BE one of those people who goes to a store on Black Friday. Nope, thanks to the internet, you’ll find me glued to my computer, likely in my bed, getting the best deals. And I’m probably not going to be buying STUFF, but furiously booking as much discounted travel as I can. Here are some of the travel deals I have my eye (and mouse) on for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Continue Reading…

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What to Pack & Wear in Puerto Rico

What to Pack & Wear in Puerto Rico

(Photo: Dmitri K/Flickr) If you’re jetting off to the U.S. territory island of Puerto Rico this winter, you’ll need to pack for several situations. Puerto Rico is very casual most of the time – life is laid back on the beach! But at night, people tend to dress up before going to upscale restaurants, nightclubs and casinos in San Juan. Continue Reading…

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San Juan, Puerto Rico: 4 Places to Party Like a Local

San Juan, Puerto Rico: 4 Places to Party Like a Local

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