Les Invalides – Napoleon’s Tomb in Paris

Les Invalides is a tomb fit for not a king, but an emperor. If you’ve ever been to Paris, then you’ve already seen Napoleon’s tomb whether you’ve realized it or not. It’s huge. I mean HUGE. And of course this is France so it’s beautiful.

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Nicaraguan Restaurant in NYC – A Casa Fox

Finding a good Nicaraguan restaurant in NYC is next to impossible — they just don’t exist! Luckily for us, our good friend Aurora hails from Nicaragua, and was on the hunt for the classic South American cuisine of her home country.

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Momofuku – Má Pêche NYC Restaurant Review

I’ve loved all of my experiences with Momofuku restaurants, so when I needed to find a restaurant in Midtown Manahttan for dinner plans, I jumped at the chance to try Momofuku Má Pêche. Má Pêche serves creative, Asian-tinged New American fare, and it lived up to the expectations I have come to expect…

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Inwood, Mahattan – A World Above Central Park!

When deciding what to do on a summer day in Manhattan, one may consider a picnic in Central Park, rooftopping in the Meatpacking District, or walking the High Line in Chelsea. If taking the trek uptown to Inwood, Manhattan at the northernmost tip of the island has never crossed your mind,…

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The Delicious Chocolate Festival in Torino, Italy

The best week of the year is in Torino, Italy when they hold their annual Torino Chocolate Festival. It’s days of decadence, unapologetic indulgence, and endless free samples from some of the best chocolate makers from all over. There was no question that I had to go to this.

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