This holiday season through New Year’s Eve, you can get two free rides from the airport thanks to Uber and American Express!
While on my way back north from Miami today, I got an email from Uber about its new holiday promotion that grants users with an American Express credit card two free rides from various airports in the U.S. up to $65 each. I tried it out today, and it covered the entire cost of my trip from LGA to Grand Central. In case you didn’t get this email (looks like sent out to those in the NYC area, Chicago, Houston, Boston and DC), find out below how it works:
One of the things I really miss when I’m traveling is my home’s Internet speed. It’s kind of sad, but true and honest since we live in such a connected time. A fast internet connection is important for work and leisure – in particular, streaming content on various devices. Whether it’s a streaming service used to re-watch favorite shows and movies or getting lost in the pages of YouTube, we are always watching something (or planning on it later). An excellent way to stay wired is with Frontier. Read the rest of this entry
Leather is a timeless fabric that can work in any season, and to help discuss the material, I recently worked on a story for AskMen where I chatted with a couple of experts in the industry. Read the rest of this entry
Because #nature, and since nothing is more stunning than a gorgeous mountain, but a bunch of them. Check out some of the world’s most awe-inspiring mountains below: Read the rest of this entry
Being able to access docs, pictures and all kinds of digital files is an important benefit to have for any kind of traveler – and to keep those files secure and safe. Continuing my partnership with Frontier Communications, one of the services it offers is Content Anywhere. This service can help keep all your content in once place to access on any device for a low monthly fee. More below: Read the rest of this entry
As it becomes more evident that fall is here with the temperate dropping, it’s time to rethink the footwear collection. While some year-round footwear options such as leather sneakers are still good, there are some new (and classics) styles out there to consider getting to keep warm and dry, but looking stylish: Read the rest of this entry
While disembarking from an international flight can feel lovely, realizing you have to spend an hour waiting in line at customs can be a real let down. Since nothing beats waltzing right through the airport terminal and into tropical escape, here are a few stunning tropical destinations that U.S. citizens can visit without a passport: Read the rest of this entry
While having a reliable service on the go and while traveling is a necessity, it’s just as important to having a strong Internet connection at home. I recently partnered with Frontier Communications for a series of blog posts each on there services, and after getting a taste of what they offer, my favorite is the High Speed Internet service. A fast and strong connection is very important for what I do as both a blogger and a freelancer, and let’s face it, in this digitally driven time we live in, a fast Internet connection is important to almost every facet of life. Read the rest of this entry
After years of traveling to the England, I’ve finally got the chance to explore a city beyond London, and I decided to make it Manchester for its annual Pride weekend (known as The Big Weekend – and boy was it a big one!). Unsure what to expect when I arrived, I boarded my train from London after spending a week there (more to come on that), and arrived into the Manchester Piccadilly station. I followed the gaggle of gays that were on my two-hour train ride to make sure I was headed out the right direction, and my instinct proved me right. I was literally welcomed by a sea of rainbows flags at the station and in the city center.
A short walk down from the station (and really close to the Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre), was one of the entrances to the four-day Pride festival at the famous Canal Street (the heart of the gay village in the city). The Village is both party central for the festival weekend (and year-round for the community). Hundreds of the LGBT community were outside celebrating almost nonstop all weekend long. Check out photos from the festival below, as well as the parade (which had 150 participating in the parade and thousands of spectators):
Earlier this summer I got to venture back to Amsterdam, and it was like a whole different place compared to my cold, rainy first time in the fall. Traveling with Gray Line Worldwide (which just recently released an inspo video on the destination – plus a contest!), we got to explore a lot of the city (and nearby the city) – both as locals do and as visitors might. Check out the adventure below, plus see how you can layer for crisp summer mornings or destinations such as Amsterdam that can have cool air in the summer: