Archive for the ‘Travel Tips’ Category
Wednesday, January 20th, 2016
You can hardly mention San Diego without mentioning Mexican food. Being so close to the busiest border crossing in the world means that there is a tremendous Mexican influence in San Diego, and food is no exception. From seafood to barbecue to fine dining, there is perhaps no better city in the USA to find authentic Mexican food than San Diego.
But beware, you may never be able to eat at your local “Tex-Mex” chain again after hearing about these 6 most authentic Mexican food spots in San Diego.
Wednesday, January 6th, 2016
With weather that’s almost perfect all year long, there is plenty to do in Phoenix no matter what time of the year you visit. From sporting events to succulents to steep mountain trails, there is something for you in Phoenix no matter what you are into. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the top 5 fun things you should do in Phoenix in 2016. Read on to find out more.
Monday, December 28th, 2015
Not to make any of you panic, but there are only just a few days left in 2015. That means that you should be making your New Year’s Eve plans ASAP to avoid being left out in the cold on the last night of the year. But with so many great events going on in San Diego, how do you know where you should spend your New Year’s Eve? Don’t worry. We have you covered with these 4 different ways you can spend New Year’s Eve in San Diego.
Monday, December 21st, 2015
One of the biggest questions you have to answer when booking a luxury vacation is: hotel or vacation rental? These days, many more people have been answering vacation rental than ever before, especially when it comes to luxury travel. That’s because hotels simply can’t compete with everything that vacation rentals have to offer. From extra space to extra…extras, here are the 4 reasons luxury vacation rentals are better than hotels.
Monday, December 14th, 2015
As some of you have been able to tell by the weather, the holiday season has arrived. That means it’s time to start thinking of great gifts for those business travelers in our lives. However, no two business travelers are alike and shopping for gifts that different types of discerning travelers will actually use is tough. That’s why we’ve put together a list of five of the best gifts for business travelers that they will actually use, no matter what kind of business traveler they are.
Monday, December 7th, 2015
As the birthplace of what are known as “Hipsters” (move over Williamsburg), Portland has a hip restaurant scene to match its population. From carefully curated tasting menus to classic steakhouses to street food that will blow you away, Portland is full of fantastic restaurants to explore on your next business trip or vacation. Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, we do. In no particular order, here are the 7 best restaurants in Portland you should try next time you are in Stumptown.
Monday, November 23rd, 2015
When you’re traveling for business, finding Wi-Fi that consistently works and is free can feel like a never-ending struggle. Too many Wi-Fi “hot spots” are not actually that “hot” when it comes to getting work done and can leave you frustrated with slow speeds. Luckily, there are actually a ton of ways you can get consistently strong and free Wi-Fi in any city these days. Let us show you how with these five great ideas that might just surprise you.
Monday, November 16th, 2015
Who says you can only take a vacation when it’s warm out? Winter can also be the perfect time to take a weekend, a few vacation days, or even longer to get away from the lull that hits most of us during the colder months. We say embrace the cold and book your winter vacation if you haven’t already. Not sure of where to go? We have you covered with these top 6 winter 2016 vacation destinations ranked in order of how much time off you need to take to fully enjoy them.
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Monday, November 9th, 2015
The buzz is growing around the food scene in Austin. More and more people in the country are finding out that one of the best cities for food in the United States isn’t on either coast, but rather deep in the heart of Texas. The reason for Austin’s burgeoning food reputation is thanks to a group of restaurants that are so good they’ve demanded to be recognized on the national stage. Here are the five essential Austin restaurants that have made the Austin food scene what it is today.
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Monday, November 2nd, 2015
Chances are that if you’re in San Diego for a business trip, you’ll be heading down to the San Diego Convention Center at some point. And in between all those talks, roundtables, interview panels, networking events, and whatever else goes on at conferences these days, you’re bound to get hungry and be ready to explore the best food downtown San Diego has to offer. So bust out of the convention center and head off to one of these five best restaurants near the San Diego Convention Center.