I always hear people talk about how they can’t travel because they don’t have the time or the money. Yes, some places can be expensive but there are also ways to see different parts of the world without selling your soul breaking the bank. The quick visit to Grand Canyon, I took a couple years back, is still is one of the most relaxing days I’ve ever had!
Aria, 3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 89109
Tourists always ask me where they should go eat and I am usually no help because I rarely eat on The Strip. I did, however, eat at Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie (inside Aria) for another job and it was one of the best and most memorable meals I’ve ever had.
There’s so much to do in L.A and it is so big, so it is often hard to recommend activities to visitors. I am originally from L.A. and even though I don’t miss traffic, I do miss a lot of the activities I did on a regular basis. These are a few activities you can squeeze in if you have a short vacation and want to explore:
- Visit the Santee Alley (210 E. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015)
New York has always been my favorite city, and it is actually the first place I ever traveled to solo. I recently visited and I had some of the most amazing food! I don’t eat at the most expensive places though. I prefer to try small, local, and low-maintenance spots. I also try not to go to the same place more than once, because I want to always have new experiences. These places aren’t all restaurants, but these were the best things I ate on my last trip:
- T Swirl Crepes (247 E 14th St, New York, NY 10003)