New York, New York
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I like funny cats and airports. My favorite places are Brazil, Seattle and New Zealand.
King's Highway diner at the Ace is great (and their pool is open til 2am, you're welcome!). There's also an amazing milkshake place downtown and they make vegan milkshakes but I am spacing on the name right now. If you get out of Palm Springs, do the... See More
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler is the most beautiful hotel I have ever stayed in. Not a bad room. And it's within walking distance to the downtown area. Some great restaurants there. Araxi Restaurant + Bar is a favorite. great local cuis... See More
Unfortunately, right now the only way to get to Cuba from the States is through a cultural exchange program and so, flights are few and far between, and expensive. My friends with duel citizenship often fly through Toronto, Canada, though. Good luck. See More
.... This isn't fall-related, but if you're traveling alone and looking for a drink and to meet some people, I recommend Monkey Bar, where you can hear big bands and swing music and everyone dresses up and it's a really light-hearted,... See More
Bom dia Ebe. December is a great time to visit New York, although a little crowded. It usually isn't too cold yet, and we don't typically have a lot of snow until January or February (although there have been instances of even October snow!) so you s... See More
Last year I took a class at Complejo Tango. It's a restaurant that includes a short tango lesson before your meal, and an unlimited drink special, which is helpful for all the dancing. During dinner you get to watch actual tango dancers put on a show... See More
My favorite town upstate is Phoenicia, NY and there's a great little campground there called Phoenicia Black Bear Campground. Since the town is at the base of a ski resort, there are groups of travelers of all kinds in and out all the time. In fact, ... See More
Hi Thom. I'm biased because I'm based here, but I love Prospect Heights. It's a neighborhood that has changed quite a bit in the last five years and you can still feel that change happening: still super authentic, but very DIY. Start at the Brooklyn ... See More
Hi. I'm going to be in Budapest for work, but I'll have a couple of hours free. I've been reading about the strange connection Budapest had with communist regimes and the Nazis and I'd like to visit some of the historical relics that ... See More