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After a youth spent traveling and moving throughout the U.S., a year based in London, and three passports (despite not yet being 30!), travel is in my blog, and my blood.
Thiago, there are so many options, my goodness! It really depends on what type of food you are looking for...If you're okay with casual, check out Paseo Caribbean Restaurant -- their reputation is great!Right in the heart of downtown, Radiator Whiske... See More
Great choice, Kenneth! Coming to Seattle and then exploring our wilderness is something most people completely overlook!I loved the day hike to Snow Lake Trail in Snoqualmie Pass. It's definitely a day trip, but even in the snow, it's a beautiful alp... See More
...Matt's got it -- Gas Works Park is the ultimate place to view the fireworks, but you'll need to buy tickets in advance. (http://www.seafair.com/fourth) It will be sunny, there will be crowds, and you should bring food, drink, and sunscreen. Also, some toddler... See More
I think that if you have the opportunity, and it's not going to cause negative consequences (there's a difference between leaving everything you know behind and burning bridges, ya know?), I would take the opportunity if it means your dreams can come... See More
I don't brunch nearly enough, but here are some of my faves:Portage Bay Cafe & Catering in South Lake Union... waffle bar!Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge for a little bit of French fanciness in the morning.Biscuit B*tch because of the name... and I l... See More
Depends on the nightlife you enjoy!How about Belltown for bars, nightclubs, and downtown sightseeing?Or Capitol Hill Neighborhood for cocktail bars, gay dancing (whether you're gay or not, they're very welcoming!), and dives?Or Ballard Neighborhood t... See More
Great question... I'd go with the Virgin family. They seem to A) love their work, andB) love taking people from place to place. It's one of the few airlines anymore that seems to actually care about the passenger's experience.I asked them about it on... See More
Easy question!(London)I love London because it feels like home -- it has ever since my first trip back in 2011. I'm not English, but for some reason it's the place why my heart is happiest. If I could only go there -- or even live there forever, I gl... See More
Théo, hi! I loved living in East London -- my school was near Holborn so I commuted through the city each day. There are plenty of cool neighborhoods to look in.An important note: housing in London moves fast. I found that most flats were only on the... See More
The last time I worked with a travel agency was a few years ago, but here are three things I really loved:1. They worked hard to accommodate my travel constraints (dates, and times), and were totally transparent in how these affected the price.2. Whe... See More