New York City Urban Adventures’ Neighborhood Eats: Brownstone Brooklyn

If you’ve never explored the Brooklyn culinary scene, you’re truly missing out. I’ll admit it—prior to adventuring with New York City Urban Adventures on their Neighborhood Eats: Brownstone Brooklyn Tour, I didn’t know much about the history behind the mom-and-pop establishments that have called Brownstone Brooklyn home for decades, or how this borough has evolved into the food mecca that…
Brooklyn
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X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort: Where Thai Tradition Meets Modern Luxury

X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort stunned me right off the bat with its distinctive red brick walls, a design that I later found out is a nod to the brick walls that still surround the city center of Chiang Mai, a place that used to be the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. The next surprise that literally had me squealing…
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What To Expect On Your First Safari (Hint: It’s Mind Blowing!)

Growing up, The Lion King was one of my favorite movies to watch. I mean who didn’t want to roam the African plains getting into good intentioned fun with Timon, Pumbaa and Simba? Though, I will say to this day it’s hard for me to watch Mufasa die without feeling some type of way. In fact, I almost cried during…
South Africa
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Raspberry Whisky Smash

These sweet, fruity cocktails are super easy to make and are as delightful to drink as they look! With its splash of bubbly club soda, this effervescent libation is perfect to toast any celebration or to simply get the weekend started. I’ve always loved the summery combination of fresh raspberries and lemon, and with a hint of refreshing mint, it’s…
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Apple Cinnamon Whisky Smash

When I’m in the mood for a refreshing, spiced cocktail my go-to is the Apple Cinnamon Whisky Smash made with Johnnie Walker Red Label! With the combination of warming cinnamon spices and crisp apple flavors, this cocktail is great for any chilly afternoon (whether or not it’s the Fall season!). The best apples to use are the sweeter ones, like Fuji or Honeycrisp, which make…
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