Springtime In New York City

My love for New York City runs deep. Although I love the wintertime best of all seasons there is this magical time called “Spring” in New York City where everyone puts away their tough-as-nails New York attitude for a short time and basks in the blooming plant life and melted-away snow. Seeing smiling faces and […] Read more…

Exploring California: Laguna Beach

It’s better to think of California as its own country rather than just a state. From north to south it’s over 800 miles of coastline of varying looks and terrain. Driving along the Pacific Coast Highway is one of the world’s best road trips. The California coast is impeccably beautiful and all the little towns […] Read more…

Belgian Sweets

The Brussels Grand Place (or Grote Markt) is the most opulent and impressive part of Downtown Brussels. Strolling through this square, it’s easy to see why this is a landmark. Not only do you have the Town Hall and the Brussels City Museum but you have a whole lot of chocolate and sweet shops! Belgium […] Read more…

All About Brussels

My decision to travel to Brussels, Belgium was based on nothing but a whim. I had zero preconceived notion of the city or the entire country and was basically walking into unknown territory. I just had my fingers crossed and a camera in tow. But, I do love a mystery so I was beyond excited […] Read more…

Manhattan On The Cheap

Everybody wants to visit New York City at least once in their lifetime. The city has everything. And by “everything” I mean EVERYTHING. The city embraces all that America is about. It’s a mixed bag of cultural influence in one compact little island. Unfortunately there is a price to pay to have everything at your […] Read more…

The Wonder Of Dublin, Ireland

In the dead of winter one would probably not think to visit Ireland. I, however, very much enjoy visiting places during the non-peak season for some quiet, solitude and economical travel. Despite the cold, Ireland is green and lush looking year round. Dublin especially is a majorly underrated city. Every minute I spent in the […] Read more…

Bushwick’s Best Street Art

Bushwick Brooklyn is perhaps the most artistic community in all of New York. This is a bold statement as New York is home to much of the world’s best art. However this generation’s most fascinating alternative street artists have made their mark in Bushwick. This neighborhood is essentially blocks and blocks of old warehouses which […] Read more…

Top 5 Spots To Visit In Dublin

Dublin is one of those underrated cities that should probably higher on your places-to-visit list. When you go, make sure to visit these five spots…. #5 Trinity College Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland, founded in 1592. It is one of the seven “Ancient Universities” of the medieval world along with Oxford and […] Read more…

In Love With Lisbon

Lisbon is one of those cities that’s been getting higher and higher on the travel radar over the decade. The city is still slightly obscure compared to some of its European counterparts but before long this city should be akin to Paris in terms of vacation desirability. Simply put Lisbon is amazing. The streets of […] Read more…

Williamsburg’s Best Street Art

Just outside of Manhattan there is this magical place called Brooklyn. It’s an acquired taste but there is a good chance it could become your favorite borough. Williamsburg is probably the best little neighborhood within. Not very congested, very alternative, replete with small businesses and considerably more economical than Manhattan. One of its most charming […] Read more…

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