Kicking your shoes off and settling down in a comfortable bed is one of the best parts of traveling. Before you start sawing logs, though, do a sweep around your room. Housekeepers do their best at maintaining dozens of rooms a day, but sometimes certain areas slip by inspection. An
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Christmas is over, but it’s not to late to stare at baked goods shaped like houses. Le Parker Meridien’ is a fancy hotel, but you don’t need money to check out their second annual Gingerbread Extravaganza. This year, they had several local bakeries build sugar and cookie creations inspired by
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David Sedaris once said “To be broke in New York was to feel a constant, needling sense of failure, as you were regularly confronted by people who had not only more but much, much more.” This is very true. Due to the nature of the city you can pass by