Brooklyn, New York
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New Yorker and newly ex-ex-pat.
MY BAD!!! It's been awhile since I lived on the 1/2/3 - from Times Square, take the subway (2 or 3 train, downtown) to Chambers Street then switch to the 1 (also downtown) to South Ferry. Will let you off a block from the ferry terminal. See More
Two options I can speak to here: first, is Red Rocks Park which is just outside of Denver and has some pretty lovely hikes and scenery (as well as the Red Rocks Amphitheatre so bonus points for checking out a concert here). You can do easily do a vis... See More
Smalls Jazz Club, Terra blues (more for blues obviously but still a great place) & Cafe Carlyle on Monday nights (Bemelmans Bar for nightly jazz and general incredible scenery) & Metropolis (downstairs from Blue Water Grill). See More
I love New York for an endless list of reasons. When you need a breather, check out any number of beautiful places within the city itself for a *bit* of quiet. (see: Brooklyn Bridge Park; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Central Park; United Nations H... See More
Few very easy ways: 1. Ask friends to connect you with someone they know and/or 2. Go to a place you feel comfortable (cafe/bar/restaurant/park/sports field/dive shop/book store/etc) and chat up some strangers. This technique is doubly effective if y... See More
This is a very thorny question and the answer, more or less, is that It Depends. For instance, going vegan or vegetarian might be a surefire way to avoid GI problems in the developed world, but it could be the most immediate way to get GI problems in... See More
For me, it's the entire experience. From the moment I start packing (which is usually about 30 mins before I have to go to the airport or train station) to the moment I get home, it's the whole kit and caboodle. My favorite thing is going somewhere c... See More
I think this depends on what kind of trip you are taking. If you're staying in a nicer hotel or resort, they will almost always have a gym and that gym will almost always be empty. Otherwise, I stick to being active in other ways that require a very ... See More