Category Archives: Travel
Bop or Flop: Postmates ‘Bottom-Friendly Menu’
Corporate Pride has gotten bold and is highlighting top and bottom culture. First Burger King Austria released its two tops or two bottoms burger, and now Postmates has entered the scene with its new “bottom-friendly menu” as part of the company’s Eat With Pride campaign.Read the rest of this entry
7 U.S. City Pride Events to Keep You Celebrating All Summer
“Hi, Gay! Happy Pride Month.“
June kicks off a season of LGBTQ+ Pride events across globe to celebrate and honor the community, while also continuing the battle for rights and freedoms for all. The pandemic setback many Pride events for the past two years, and this summer will be a comeback for several American cities, such as Los Angeles.
From the West Coast to New York City and Philadelphia, check out 7 different Prides to attend each weekend across the United States to keep the celebrations going all summer:Read the rest of this entry
9 Travel Essentials to Gift
Whether you’re shopping for traveling friends and family, or checking out something to get yourself for your next trip, these are must-haves to help and be enjoyed by travelers while on their journey and at their destination:Read the rest of this entry
Best Black Friday / Cyber Weekend Sales and Deals
While deals have started early this week, the main event is here with more savings for the holiday kickoff. Check below for some of my favorite finds so far and make sure to come back to as I’ll be updating throughout the weekend.Read the rest of this entry
Play Squid Game in NYC to Win Trip to Korea
Mojitos on Jeju Island anyone?
Win a chance to live out your Korean travel dreams by playing games inspired by the hit international Netflix show. The Korea Tourism Organization New York Office is inviting 80 people to visit Korean attractions in New York City and play fun Korean games. First prize is a round-trip flight to Korea!Read the rest of this entry
Music Download: Adele “Easy On Me”
Adele is back with a new single and it’s everything!
The British singer-songwriter released her last album over five years ago, so everyone’s been waiting to see what she’s been working on and the newest single, “Easy on Me,” does not disappoint. It’s the first single from her upcoming album 30, and was released with accompanying music video.
Listen below:Read the rest of this entry
Free Starbucks Coffee on National Coffee Day for 50th Anniversary
Starbucks is celebrating its 50th anniversary by inviting customers to visit this National Coffee Day for a free coffee offer.
On Sept. 29, customers can bring in a clean, empty, reusable cup (up to 20 fl. oz.) into participating cafe locations in the U.S. to receive a free cup of Pike Place Roast brewed coffee.Read the rest of this entry
Win a Year-Long Vacation with IHG
IHG Hotels & Resorts is hosting a contest that will give one lucky US-based traveler the chance to win back a year of missed adventures! Literally, the winner will get 365 days worth of epic hotel experiences at various IHG locations; including InterContinental, Kimpton and Holiday Inn Express.
According to a release from IHG, the contest aims to give guests back the time, memories and travel experiences lost in 2020. It is part of IHG’s new Department of Epic – a program which will help guests bring their travel dreams to life.
Contest details below:Read the rest of this entry
Amazon Prime Day’s Best Travel Accessories
Prime Day is among us and there’s so much to choose from! To help fellow travelers shopping for deals today, I’ve picked out some of the best accessories on sale to bring on upcoming travels this summer:Read the rest of this entry
E.U. Lifts Travel Restrictions for American Visitors
After over a year of barred entry, the European Union has recommended its member countries to start lifting their travel restrictions on visitors from the United States.
Countries such as Spain and France have already started opening their borders prior to this announcement, but it opens the doors – no pun intended – for Americans to enter all 27 countries of the European Union.Read the rest of this entry