Archive for the ‘City Travel’ Category

Puno and Titicaca: Smells just about right

Puno and Titicaca: Smells just about right
by Amanda Pressner LG Executive Editor Jen, Holly and I had stayed longer in Cuzco, Peru than almost any other gringo we’d met–nearly three weeks–and I was starting to feel like we’d simply relocated to a new town. It was time to journey on. We decided to brave the sub-zero winter...
August 28th, 2006 | Backpacking & Trekking, City Travel, Hostels, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Peru | Read More

Lattes, Lindsay Lohan and Other Luxuries

Lattes, Lindsay Lohan and Other Luxuries
As seasoned travelers, we’ve each developed an unofficial code of conduct to live by whenever we go global. Some collective Lost Girls’ road rules, include: Always attempt to speak the language; avoid typically American faux pas (e.g. acting like your country’s rules apply abroad);...
August 20th, 2006 | City Travel, Leaving & Coming Home, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Peru | Read More

Lima After Hours

Lima After Hours
The Lost Girls hit the town for our first night out in Lima, Peru. Our quest for our first Pisco sours ended at a trendy restaurant, Scena, in Miraflores (Lima’s most cosmopolitan neighborhood), where we quickly learned how just a view sips of this potent Peruvian libation are enough to turn any...
June 26th, 2006 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Parties, Festivals & Events, Peru | Read More

The Big Apple Gets a Little Love

The Big Apple Gets a Little Love
We’re practically breaking out in hives we’re so itchy to get the f*#$&^ out of town already (have we been planning this trip for years, or what?) but we’re saving a little nostalgia for our favorite city on the planet. Here are the places we’ve loved since our “freshman...
June 19th, 2006 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Parties, Festivals & Events, Planning, Tours & Attractions, United States | Read More

SpaHa: Moving Up to the East Side

SpaHa: Moving Up to the East Side
Just six weeks to go between now and D-for-departure day, but we’re already itching to explore parts of the planet that haven’t been covered in Daily Candy and every glossy travel magazine. Surprisingly enough, we discovered such a discretely cool and under-hyped spot right in our very own...
May 11th, 2006 | City Travel, United States | Read More