A QUICK GUIDE TO MONTREAL

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting our neighbors in Canada! True, it was during an American holiday, but regardless I had such an incredible experience in Montreal, Quebec. Sometimes you don’t realize how necessary it is to get out of New York City, until you board the plane and take off into the hemisphere to cobblestoned pastures. Eh? You get it. 

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A DAY IN NEW YORK FOR UNDER $20

New York City is known for being one of the most expensive cities in the world. I can absolutely attest to this and constantly feel as though I am throwing my money away with each passing day. Like, I might as well just take a wad of cash and distribute it in individual one-dollar bills like they used to do in music videos {yeah, remember those things?}.  As a budgeter, and traveler, this is one of the most uncomfortable feelings and something I am doing my best to avoid.

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24 HOURS IN TRIBECA

I’ve recently found myself in the triangle below canal street, also know as TriBeCa, over the last few weekends. There are certain neighborhoods that I am drawn to in any city. In London, you could find me in Notting Hill on any given day. In San Francisco, I would sip champagne in the Marina District on a Sunday afternoon. And in New York, it’s been a toss up between TriBeCa and Chelsea. Both neighborhoods contain so much hidden charm within the concrete walls of the city. Both also cost an arm and a leg. It’s obvious that I am not alone in my love for these areas of the city, as you will find locals swarming the best eateries and cafes each weekend.

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THE ULTIMATE TRAVEL GUIDE TO LONDON

Prepare yourselves, this is going to be a long one.

I felt it was about time that I created an ‘Ultimate Guide’ to my favorite city in the world. I am actually extremely proud of how many things I accomplished while living in London. It’s true that you will never find yourself complaining of boredom in London. To create this guide, I simply sat down one night and began listing the places I visited and the meaningful experiences I shared, and so began the guide to England’s largest, and most diverse, city.

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