The Trouble with New York City’s Subways

There are so many things that New York City does better then the rest of the world. I love living near the city. When people ask me where I am from and I tell them NY they are always excited to hear about it. Part of the reason I am so determined to learn as much about it as possible is to be able to share more. To be an expert on my city and then be able to help other people explore it better.

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My Favorite Place to Visit in London : The Tower

This April I made my triumphant return to England. I went to London about 7 years ago on one of my first back packing trips. Back when I had no idea  how to plan a trip and no idea what to do with my time. I had been thinking about re-doing London. Not only did I only spend 3 days in England, solely committing my time to London, I also have none of my pictures from that trip. And a few terrible memories as well. Time to fix that! Continue reading My Favorite Place to Visit in London : The Tower

Portland’s Third Wave Coffee Scene

Portland is what (food) dreams are made of. At least for me.

When I was researching things to do in Portland I came across the company Third Wave Coffee Tours. I was ecstatic. We all know how I feel about coffee. I simply don’t want to live with out it. I was excited to learn the recent history of coffee in the area and get to try out some different types.

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New York City: Central Park Summer Stage

They say that Madison Square Garden is where people want to see a show. It is, of course, one of the most famous venues in the world. Any night there is a show you will see lines of people wrapped around the building either with tickets in hand or desperately hoping to get to acquire tickets. I have seen many shows at MSG and have come to the conclusion that I do not want to see shows at MSG. Continue reading New York City: Central Park Summer Stage