My first time in Barcelona I was given some extremely valuable insider information on where locals go to eat in Barcelona. And now I’m sharing it with you. You’re welcome. Carrer de Blai, a pedestrian-only street located in the El … Continue reading
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Among the canals of Amsterdam, you’ll find a number of amazing restaurants and bars. Amsterdam is contains a diverse list of global cuisine, including Spanish Tapas and some of the most authentic Thai food I’ve had outside of Thailand. My … Continue reading
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I have some tips to those planning their trip to the Vatican and see the Sistine Chapel so you can avoid making the same mistake that we did. Granted, we went on a Saturday, but after talking to a local … Continue reading
My coworker and manager whom I’ve always admired for all of the traveling she’s done (and I think I will forever consult and plan our next world travels) showed me her blog. Looking at all the pictures, there is nothing … Continue reading
All the product trends, words, and nuances I’ve noticed, translated to what I’m used to back in Oregon New York Convenience Store: Bodega – A Spanish word that refers to a convenience store specializing in Hispanic Groceries or in New … Continue reading
Kids, this isn’t the apartment hunting we’re used to in Oregon. It’s much different. Drastically different. And expensive. Brokers = Broke: Brokers (people you solicit to find you an apartment) are extremely helpful being that they’re so well connected. But … Continue reading
It has been over a month since my last post (I know, I’m slacking) and ironically I had written it while I was going through the interview process during my last New York visit. Now I’m living here in the … Continue reading
From the current front webpage of http://www.artdaily.org Neodymium Reeds (2008) by Dale Chihuly
Everything You Need To Know About Google’s +1 Verrrrrry interesting article that truly shows the shift in power when it comes to consumers controlling how their marketed to. Essentially, the +1 button would allow people to “recommend” a website, which … Continue reading
My new goals: Day 1 I started off the first day of my reading goals by creating an RSS feed of important marketing websites in Google Reader. I even read the print version of The Wallstreet Journal while I was eating … Continue reading