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Lindsey Silva



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"Develop the strength to do bold things, not the strength to suffer." - Machiavelli

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QChicago: Best, most unique Chicago food--on a budget?

Hey all! Hubs and I are taking a trip to Chicago in April, and I was wondering if anyone could recommend unique, local spots that are delicious but won't break the bank? Extra points for throwing in tips about which places have the best brews, too! :) See More

AChicago: Hotels in central Chicago under $150/night?

Don't forget AirBnb! If you don't mind staying at a stranger's house, you can easily find some pretty nice places (in some cool areas) that fit well inside your price range :). Just be sure to stay with someone who's a Verified member and has a lot of reviews!... See More

AMunich: Free things to do in Munich?

I loved the SANDEMANs NEW Munich Tours​! My friend and I stumbled upon a free walking tour of the city, joined in, and it was a blast. Our guide was young, hilarious, and extremely knowledgeable. We got to "get a feel" for the city by walking... See More

ASao Paulo: Samba music in Sao Paulo?

Hubby (who is from Sao Paulo!) says there is a club in Vila Madalena​ called O do Borogodo​ that's apparently great. Also, there's a street called R. Aspicuelta​ that has a lot of bars (cool for young professionals)... See More

ATexas: Most meditative spots in Texas?

I found the Ledge-Water Inc​ Campground to be very quiet and serene. Not many people knew about it, so when we went we were pretty much the only people there. However, that was many years ago, and things could have changed. Also, not much to do around... See More

ATravelers acting inappropriately. What have you done that you regret?

My first international travel experience was as a high schooler in Israel. On the first day, pretty much the second we stepped off the bus, we were confronted by some kids who appeared to be about my age, speaking Hebrew and apparently trying to sell us something (nothing... See More

ABest online resources for planning a trip?

This isn't the only thing I do to plan a trip, but it has definitely helped me weed out things I do and don't want to do. I actually use Google Maps' Street View (you know, where you drag and drop the little yellow dude onto whatever street you're looking... See More

ALas Vegas: Nicer restaurants in Vegas to celebrate a 21st birthday?

I'd totally recommend Mon Ami Gabi​, and reserve a table on the outdoor patio so you can watch the Bellagio Hotel's famous fountains while you dine! (P.S. They have outdoor space heaters that keep things very warm, so don't worry if you go... See More

AWhat are your favorite travel books?

While he probably didn't set out for it to be a "travel" book, I love John Linnemeier's "How an Average Man Lived an Adventurous Life." He was traveling the world way before the Internet could tell him anything about a place, but he was still visiting... See More

AWhat are some underrated cities you've visited?

So this isn't "international," if you're an American, but I have to throw in that if anyone comes to Texas, they absolutely should not miss the Texas hill country. Southwest of Austin, northwest of San Antonio lies rolling hills, limestone and granite outcroppings,... See More

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