BOTA BOTA: A Floating Spa in Montreal

With all that life throws at you, sometimes a visit to the spa is much needed. During a recent trip to Montreal, Bota Bota, invited me to try their water circuit therapy. Bota Bota is your destination for ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation in Montreal’s Old Port. The spa also offers full services such as massage therapy, body treatments, facial treatments…
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Las Vegas Travel tips: What I learned from my group trip to …

As the resident planner among my friends, I was recently tasked with taking the lead on a group trip to Las Vegas. I like to have everything organized prior to departure and take the time to research hotels, things to do, restaurants to try, as well as parties to check out. I was super excited to have brunch at Lago…
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Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth: Montreal’s Crown Jewel

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth is like no other Fairmont that I’ve had the pleasure of staying at. The hotel underwent a renovation that was completed last year. The twelve month closure has unveiled a glamorous sixties inspired property where you will find every corner and space heavily curated. I fell in love with the space the moment I stepped through…
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YOTEL NYC: A TRENDY TIMES SQUARE HOTEL INSPIRED BY AIRCRAFT DESIGN

I recently partnered with YOTEL NYC and I’m excited to tell you about this property. As always, all opinions are my own. If you’re looking for a budget friendly and trendy hotel for your next trip to New York City, Yotel NYC is your answer. Before I go any further, I must tell you that if you’re a high maintenance traveler,…
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Travel Diary: Mons, Belgium

I didn’t spend too much time in Mons, so this post will be a little short. Mons is not too far from Brussels so it is easily doable if you have a few days to spend in the area. Visiting Mons is like taking a voyage back into another era. I went on a weeknight evening and it was very…
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Belgium’s Hidden Wonder: The See Through Church

‘Reading Between the Lines’ is an artistic representation of a Church. The see through piece is created by architects Gijs Van Vaerenbergh and is a part of the Z-OUT Project which intends to introduce more longterm pieces of art in public spaces.  One of the things I seek out in new destinations is public art so I made it my mission to track down…
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Less than 12 Hours to Spare in Seattle, Washington

I ended up in Seattle to visit family but it was a quick trip. I think you’re beginning to get to know that my trips are pretty short in duration. If you don’t have much time to spare but you still want to check out a few of the main sites, I would recommend going to Pike Place Market, Chuhily…
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