Articles By: asupino

The Coast Less Travelled: Visiting Gloucester’s Beaches

By Adrienne Supino For many, summertime in Massachusetts usually conjures images of presidents chilling on private sandy beaches behind their vacation homes on Martha’s Vineyard, an island off the coast of Cape Cod. Though the bulk of tourists head to the southern tip of state during warmest months...
June 2nd, 2011 | Destinations, Gloucester | Read More

In Room Review: Seven Hills Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey

As dusk settled in Istanbul, I walked down a quiet cobblestone stone street, glancing in the little shops and restaurants. The older gentleman standing in the doorway of the oriental rug store adjacent to the Seven Hills Hotel greeted me with a warm smile and friendly hello. I was eager to check out this...
February 24th, 2011 | In-Room Reviews, Turkey | Read More

What to See and Savor in Istanbul

What to See and Savor in Istanbul
Straddling Asia and Europe, Istanbul is an exotic fusion of East and West. From the colossal Hagia Sofia, to the small minarets that dot the hills on the horizon, to the sweet baklava, this ancient city is chock full of history, picturesque views, and divine food. In addition to visiting Istanbul’s...
February 10th, 2011 | Food & Wine, Turkey | Read More

Turkish Desserts: 4 Delights for Your Sweet Tooth

Turkish Desserts: 4 Delights for Your Sweet Tooth
As a girl with restless taste buds, I am always searching for new and exotic foods to try. So when I booked my flight to Turkey, I waited anxiously for the moment when I could step off the plane and into a restaurant where I could indulge in some traditional Turkish delicacies. Happily, when that day...
January 20th, 2011 | Asia, Europe, Featured, Food News, Middle East | Read More

5 of Boston’s Best Pubs and Bars

5 of Boston’s Best Pubs and Bars
Home to several universities (and a huge Irish population), it’s not surprising that Boston has a wealth of bars and pubs to choose from. If you’re looking for a quick bite and some beer (or wine), you won’t have any trouble finding a spot to booze in this city. Check out these five LG-Boston...
September 16th, 2010 | Bar Reviews, Restaurant Reviews | Read More

5 Authentic Ethnic Restaurants in Boston

5 Authentic Ethnic Restaurants in Boston
My parents probably never would have thought that the picky daughter who refused to eat anything but peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwiches for lunch would grow up to become a woman who loves the taste of fermented fish sauce in her papaya salad.  So fortunately for me and my evolved taste buds,...
August 26th, 2010 | Restaurant Reviews | Read More

3 Best Restaurants in Boston’s Little Italy- The North End

3 Best Restaurants in Boston’s Little Italy- The North End
by Adrienne Supino When it comes to food, some people eat to live, while others live to eat. Like most of the Italian American population, I am a “live to eat” kind of girl–the type who wells up at the sight of a crispy calzone or gets irrationally excited at the prospect of having her grandmother’s...
August 12th, 2010 | Food & Wine, United States | Read More

What to Pack for Summer Trips: 7 Essential Products for Women

What to Pack for Summer Trips: 7 Essential Products for Women
by Adrienne Supino Hanging out with your fam at the lake this summer?  Or traveling to an exotic island to get your SCUBA diving license?  Wherever your vacation takes you this season you should always be prepared.  I’ve traveled to some hot locations myself, so I’ve compiled my list of...
July 26th, 2010 | Packing & Wardrobe, Shopping & Style, Spa & Beauty, Travel Products & Services | Read More

Cheap Sleeping! Couch Surfing, AirBnB and Crash Padding As You Travel

Cheap Sleeping! Couch Surfing, AirBnB and Crash Padding As You Travel
by Adrienne Supino Special to Lost Girls World I love to travel, but as a young professional in an entry-level job I’m not exactly flying first class and chilling at trendy hotel bars while I wait to check into my deluxe penthouse suite! Fortunately for me and most travelers on a budget, there...
June 23rd, 2010 | Budget Travel, Featured, Staying There, Websites and Blogs | Read More

5 Travel Tips to Max Out Your Stay in Paris

5 Travel Tips to Max Out Your Stay in Paris
The women in my family have been talking about taking an “all girls” trip to Paris for years.  In our minds, the City of Lights was a romantic place with fine architecture, effortlessly classy people, perfectly preserved history, and delicious wine. So when we finally made it there we were...
April 19th, 2010 | City Travel, Dispatches from the Road, Featured, France, Travel Philosophy | Read More