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Smarter Travel: How To Pack For A Wet Trip

Don’t let a wet trip stop you from having a memorable experience. Rain, water and snow don’t have to be a curse when traveling. In fact, these elements allow you to see the world from a new perspective, especially when doing something fun like snoeshowing, rafting or snowboarding. To help […]

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Mastering The Art Of Solo Travel
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Mastering The Art Of Solo Travel

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Discover New York: Urban Winery Meets Local Artist Gallery In Brooklyn
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Discover New York: Urban Winery Meets Local Artist Gallery In Brooklyn

What do you get when you mix local artwork, New York wines, small-batch whiskeys, innovative pairings, sustainable cuisine and a lineup of community-enhancing programs? Brooklyn Oenology, or B.O.E., New York City’s first urban winery. Located in Brooklyn’s creativity hub of Williamsburg, this woman-owned establishment was started by Alie Shaper in […]

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Discover New York: Artisanal Ice Cream Goes Quirky In Brooklyn
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Discover New York: Artisanal Ice Cream Goes Quirky In Brooklyn

The first thing that will jump out at you when visiting Brooklyn’s OddFellows Ice Cream Co. website is their array of quirky flavors. It isn’t everyday you see flavors like Tobacco Leaf Smoked Chili Huckleberry; Beet Pistachio Honey Goat Cheese; Coconut, Cream Cheese & Carrot Cake; and Sesame Kumquat Pumpernickel. […]

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Lake Atitlan
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San Pedro La Laguna: Where Time Stands Still And The Party Never Stops In Guatemala

Guatemala’s Lake Atitlan boasts a number of tourist-friendly villages worth exploring. While Panajachel offers chances to hike and interact with wildlife, San Antonio is a Mayan Village known for its weaving and textiles; however, of all the places I visited on the lake, my favorite was undoubtedly San Pedro La […]

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