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QTexas: Texas Trip in May

Hi! 3 late 20's friends are going to Texas for the first time and spending a week exploring Dallas, San Antonio, Austin and Houston.  What should we see?  Where should we eat?  Where should we stay?  We are more "off the beaten path" travelers and aren't... See More


AIn which country, city or state have you drank the best beer?

I can't remember the single best beer but the best beer destination I have ever been to is Asheville​. There are so many different breweries in such a small area, it is wonderful to try them all.  By far my favorite of the 20 we tried were Wicked... See More


AWashington, DC: Must hit shops and boutiques in Washington D.C.?

I am a HUGE HUGE fan of Covet​ in Arlington (Virginia)​.  It has the cutest jewelry and gifts for all types of people.  The best part is that they have a local focus so you know you are supporting your neighbors!  See More


AWashington, DC: What are the most popular neighborhoods in D.C.?

If you want to be in the middle of the city, I would try a hotel around Chinatown​. It is pretty central, has a ton of restaurants around it and it is not hard to get to the main attractions in DC.  See More


AWashington, DC: Romantic dinner that won't break the bank in D.C.?

I have a few of my favorites and all of them are on the Washington's List of 100 Best Restaurants.  You will have an amazing meal at any of these places. Daikaya - Ramen - Izakaya​ is one of my absolute favorites. Not super fancy or expensive... See More


AWashington, DC: Fun free things to do in D.C.?

Eastern Market​ (mentioned in a previous post) is a great food destination, especially on a weekend when they have a full farmer's market and flea market outside.  If you are renting a car, Great Falls (Virginia)​ is a great... See More


AWashington, DC: What must I see in D.C. that is off the beaten path?

Depending when you are coming check out the Washington Post's events guides (http://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide ) they usually have some interesting things that are seasonally appropriate.  I love going to all of the festivals that DC hosts. I also follow... See More


QMiami: Hotel in Miami for an older woman?

I am traveling to Miami in the next few weeks with my mother in her 70's and we want to stay someplace fun but relatively quiet. We won't have a car so we were thinking South Beach might be perfect but are having a hard time finding something that isn't all... See More




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