The Must See Places in New Orleans

New Orleans is not new to tourists, and even after Hurricane Katrina, visitors returned in flocks to take in the magic of the city. Of course, there are the standard fair tourist-traps, such as Bourbon Street, ...

The Local’s Dish on Sedona, AZ

Sitting in the middle of the Arizona desert is a little sliver of paradise.  Sedona, a small town filled with resorts, spas, canyons, and mind blowing rock formations, stands out as the place to be to relax in ...

New Orleans: A Foodie’s Dream

I feel I am a foodie.  Well, maybe in the sense that I enjoy trying new foods, exploring the different cultures, cooking, and generally being a little bit of a lush. In my years of travels and explorations, I h...

New Orleans: Worth Getting Lost In

We love to travel here, be it at the drop of a hat or a more planned out getaway. From the weekends away to 24 hours in a city, to the longer adventures exploring the great parks of Yellowstone, the bug never s...

48 Hours in Chicago

How many cities can don one of the worst sports teams in the world, while still selling out nearly every home game? The Cubs are the perfect symbol of the city of Chicago. Most reasonable fans go to a sporting ...
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citizenM Times Square

When I was in eighth grade I saw the Royal Tenenbaums and ever since I’ve had an overwhelming desire to live in a hotel, like Royal. I think it was because being only 15 or so I never realized as an adult you h...
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The Best Flight in America

As I sit here at 30,000ft, I look around the eggshell airplane cabin and I feel transported back to the flying experience of 30 years ago. There is an empty seat beside me, there are friendly stewards, not a si...

An evening at OneUP Restaurant & Lounge

As you walk into the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco,  you know right away this is not going to be any regular dining establishment.  In front of you is a wood clad wall, artwork in its own right, with stairs lead...