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jessica jung

New York City


About Me

I've got the travel bug bad!

I grew up in Bavaria Germany, Valencia Spain, Alto Adige and Rome Italy and all over the United States.  

I've done road trips all over Europe, Scandinavia and the United States (I drove across the northern U.S. last year and just finished a two week road trip across the southern U.S.). 

I like to hike, bike and walk off the beaten paths to try the local cuisine & best restaurants.  I ask the locals where to go or I look up where Anthony Bourdain went which always works out - the latest stop was the best boil in new orleans and as usual his advice didn't let me down.

For my next trip I'm thinking about hitting up Asia for the first time :D

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ANew York City: One week in NYC with two kids age 6 & 8

Central Park S​ is the best place for kids (rent bikes or carrage) , Chelsea Piers​ for bowling and other activities. See More

QSan Pedro: What is the best kept secret/adventure in or around San Pedro

This is a honeymoon trip (9 Days) and we want some adventure. We are staying at the Gaia RiverLodge to get a taste of the rainforest and then in San Pedro for some beach time. But Any sites/food/ ANY experiences around San Pedro that we could add to the trip would be great.... See More

ARome: Great Neighborhoods for Walking

Trastevere​is a great area to walk in to experience some of the oldest parts of rome with a lot of life. There are tons of boutiques and restaurants and hidden streets that are gorgeous (go off the path and get lost in trastevere because it's worth... See More

ANew Orleans: Good spots for jazz in New Orleans?

Go to Frenchmen Street​ because Bourbon street has gone to pop - no more jazz there.  Walk up and down Frenchmen St and pick your poison. SO MANY OPTIONS (Most have covers). Tip: This other place isn't jazz but it is a must, it's called Lafitte's... See More

APeople always ask my must-packs—what's one thing you never travel without?

Pepto bismol.  I like to enjoy the night life & local cuisine every where I go so be prepared. Especially if you're an adventurous eater or a margarita connoisseur like me because being in a foreign country and trying to explain to a local pharmacist through Mime... See More

ASan Francisco: Where to go in SF this weekend?

I don't think anything beats getting on a bike and hitting up Golden Gate Park​ early in the day before you lose the sun. Bring some food and a blanket and just chill.  It's such a big park it's great to ride around in and see everything.... See More

ASan Francisco: Where are the tastiest bakeries in SF?

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse​ - pastries no breads. A brand spanking new bakery that opened up on Larkin (cross street is Sutter st) about a month ago. They have this thing called THE CRUFFIN. You will have to wait in line to get one and they don't start... See More

ASan Francisco: Vegetarian /vegan restaurants in SF?

Millennium Restaurant​ is the best Vegan restaurant in the Bay Area.  No joke, even carnivores love this place because the vegan food here is out of this world delicious! Don't be fooled by anyone who says it's closing, it's just moving... See More

ASan Francisco: Where should I visit if we have 4 days in SF at the end of March?

1. Reserve/buy your ticket to Alcatraz​ at least 2 weeks in advance or else you might not have a chance to check it out. 2. Don't rent a car unless you want to travel outside of San Francisco. - Finding parking is difficult and can get really... See More

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