Boston

Before my visit to Boston: Paul Revere, Tea Party, and seafood.  When i originally thought of Boston, it was the ‘typical’ small roads, northeast city. It was dirty and crowded and bordered some massive body of water since that’s the only place they built cities back in the 1600s.  It was populated with tourist attractions…

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New York City

New York City, The Big Apple: A mix of typical tourist spots and local gems. My favorites of typical tourist places in NYC to visit (the first 4 on this list): Central Park – This 843 acre section of the city has been an iconic landmark for tourism. A quick walk north of Times Square,…

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Pisco Sour

The Pisco Sour, no discussion about Peru would be complete without mentioning this frothy, sour, and sweet cocktail. The origins have been debated many times (example) of whether it originated in Peru or Chile, however it seems that Peru has claimed both Pisco and the aforementioned Pisco Sour as its own. Using Pisco, a Peruvian…

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Peru – Cusco & Machu Picchu

Cusco.  A small vibrant tourist town was always buzzing about something.  With an 11,150 ft altitude, it’s easy to get winded walking around this city, especially while getting hassled by the many sellers of … everything.  Every street corner has some more tours, dolls, shoe shiners..  or even a woman with a small child or a…

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