I LOVE traveling! I travel for my job and try to find the "local spots" of food and fun everywhere I go. My most recent venture was buying property in Belize! I'm about to go on my second trip down there and love it!
I get t-shirts! When I'm tired of wearing them, or they start to get too faded, I cut the main pic on the shirt out and make a quilt. There are companies that you can send your shirts to, to have it done if you don't sew. See More
I agree with the other replies in saying "yes!". I veered from the trail a little though, I will admit. Besides that, I enjoyed the North End too. Mike's Pastry and Modern Pastry are frontrunners for the... See More
Tahiti, with my best friend, Jenn! She deserves a vacation more tea anyone I know. For the last year and a half, she has selflessly given herself to raising four children who aren't her own because their mother passed away and their father is unstable.... See More
If you have the money (about $75), fly through TropicAir (not that other airlines are bad, but this is the one I've used). I flew to the island on arrival and took the boat back. It's 15 minutes to fly and really pretty. The boat ride wasn't bad, but it takes... See More
They could go downtown and see the 9/11 Memorial (really worth it), Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty. Those are all pretty easy to get to. Grand Central Station is worth going to, as well as being a convenient place to branch out... See More
Erin's Snug Irish Pub and The Side Door are two really great restaurants and are reasonably priced. Make sure to get the cheese curds at the first and the Mac 'n Cheese at the second. I'm sure everything is good though. The Side Door... See More
The most famous shopping in Chicago is in the Gold Coast, on the Magnificent Mile (or Mag Mile). It's a stretch of Michigan Ave lined with high end, trendy stores and restaurants. It's expensive to stay here and parking is $35-$50 a night on top... See More