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Kristen Clark

New York City


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jetsetter, cross-country traveler, italian food lover, and cocktail enthusiast.  

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ANew Orleans: Breakfast in New Orleans?

How fast of a breakfast do you want?  1) For a once-in-a-lifetime breakfast, hit up Brennan's Restaurant​  It's a 3 course breakfast, one that will last until dinner, and it is quite possibly the most amazing experience.  You sit in an old... See More

ARome: Favorite (english speaking) casual restaurants with patio seating

Ah Rome - what a wonderful place to eat, if you know where you're going and have some insight.  Below are my favorite places to dine, some a little less "casual" but all are wonderful.   1) Roma Sparita ​  - if... See More

QAthens: Hotels to stay at for 2 nights?

What are some good hotels, or B&B's to stay at in Athens for 2 nights?  Also, are there any areas that are better? See More

QGreece: Daily Boat rental in Greek Islands

I was wondering if anyone knew of any boat rental companies that rent out boats in the Greek Islands for a day or half a day?  Preferrably a motorboat if possible.  See More

AMarina Del Rey: Good waterfront restaurants?

Some waterfront restaurants right in Marina del Rey include, Tony P's, Cafe Del Rey ​, the restaurant at the Ritz Carlton in Marina del Rey. If you want to be near it, I'd suggest C&O Trattoria ​ on... See More

ALos Angeles: Best breweries in the LA Area?

There are a few great breweries in Torrance ​ near Del Amo street.  One small shop is called Smog City Brewery ​ - it's amazing.  Don't let the warehouse location dissuade you - the people inside... See More

AChicago: Where can I go shopping?

There aren't really "outlets" in the city of Chicago.  For "department store" shopping go to Michigan Avenue where you will find bloomingdales, nordstroms, neimans, macys, lord and taylor, and just about any other store you can think of in 900... See More

ARome: How long does one need to see Rome for the first time?

I would suggest about 4-5 days at least.  There are a few spots that require you to get up pretty early if you don't want to spend the whole day in line waiting for things. (ie: the Vatican, climbing St. Peters, seeing the Sistine Chapel, Colloseum, etc).  Also, Rome... See More

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