Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival 2016

This Fall, Epcot threw its 21st annual International Food & Wine Festival. From Sept. 14-Nov. 14, over 30 food booths were stationed around Epcot’s World Showcase featuring the cuisines of various countries. Each destination area is impressively designed to reflect an experience in that country. From Africa and Morocco to Japan and Brazil, this is the ultimate event for adventurous eaters. Guests have…

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NYC Spotlight: Chinatown

One of my favorite things to do, whether in San Francisco or New York, is to explore the wonders of Chinatown. Generally, I get off at the Canal Street subway station and begin my adventure through the streets of Chinatown with a few bakeries, sweet shops, and dim sum places in mind (dim sum is an awesome alternative to the…

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The Statue Of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is quintessential to what New York, as well as what the greater United States, represents: freedom. Though one of the most popular tourist attractions ever, it’s definitely a must-see (at least once in your life), whether you’re from the Big Apple or not. I loved the experience of visiting The Lady of Liberty, from start to finish.…

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Dessert Alert: The Doughnut Project

WHERE The Doughnut Project 10 Morton St, New York, NY 10014 (Morton & Bleecker) WHAT There are very few things in life that top a gloriously fresh doughnut. Earlier this week, I had several, and it was glorious. With urban-style graffitied walls, golden framed colorful paintings of pop culture icons and pretty chandeliers, The Doughnut Project is a cool, laid…

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