Posts Tagged ‘art’

The Design Lover’s Guide to Siem Reap

By Alexandra Baackes Siem Reap, and perhaps Cambodia in general, is known primarily for one thing: Angkor Wat. The famous archeological site and world wonder brings travelers from around the globe to stay at the nearby town of Siem Reap. Unfortunately, many make the mistake of breezing in to see the...
January 13th, 2012 | Cambodia | Read More

Shoe Museums and Music Gardens: Five Highlights of Cultural Ontario

Shoe Museums and Music Gardens: Five Highlights of Cultural Ontario
By Edd Morris Feeling prejudiced? Well, judge your reaction to these next two facts. Are you surprised that Ontario has the third biggest theatre market in the world; or that Toronto is the second biggest exporter of TV programs in North America? If either of these statements had you taken aback, it’s...
August 3rd, 2011 | Canada | Read More

Madrid Travel Guide

Madrid Travel Guide
By Briana Palma LG Contributor Travelers often skip over Spain’s vibrant capital city, opting instead for artistic adventures in Barcelona or relaxing getaways in the south. But Madrid, touted as the most Spanish city, is more about experiences rather than simple sights. From discovering national...
April 20th, 2011 | Spain, Travel Guides - Country Guides | Read More

Spain Itineraries: Sunday in Madrid

Spain Itineraries: Sunday in Madrid
By Briana Palma LG Contributor In Spain, Friday and Saturday consist of late-night dinners and early morning dancing, so it comes as no surprise that natives consider Sunday a day of rest. Even in the normally bustling capital city, streets seem deserted, especially at lunchtime, when the few open...
January 12th, 2011 | City Travel, Spain | Read More

Art off the Beaten Path: Madrid Art Museums

Art off the Beaten Path: Madrid Art Museums
By Briana Palma Special to the Lost Girls Anyone visiting Madrid will certainly want to pass through its three big museums, the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza, which display works from the world’s most influential artists, such as Picasso, Monet and Velázquez. But the richness of the Spanish...
August 25th, 2010 | Spain, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: The World’s Best Travel Photo

Lost in San Antonio: The World’s Best Travel Photo
by Courtney Dubin Special Correspondant to Lost Girls World My heart went pitter patter when my friend and original LG Jen Baggett emailed to let me know that my first official blog post for their site (yay!), on our whirlwind trip to San Antonio, would be about a seemingly fated encounter at at San...
May 13th, 2010 | Featured, Featured Getaway, Group Travel, Parties, Festivals & Events, Texas | Read More

96 Hours in Northern Italy: 4 Cities in 4 Days

96 Hours in Northern Italy: 4 Cities in 4 Days
By Patty Hodapp For art history buffs or shopping gurus who like to browse through designer stores, markets or spend your travels at museums and churches, Northern Italy is definitely the place to be. The major cities are connected by train, so you can see all four of them even if you’re stuck...
July 15th, 2009 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Italy, Lost Girls, Shopping & Style, Spiritual Travel, Studying Abroad, Tours & Attractions, Train, Walking | Read More

Lost in Beijing…Continued

Lost in Beijing…Continued
I was lucky enough to have an expat to show me around (my friend Jen who worked with me at a magazine in New York before moving to Beijing for a year). Well, two expats actually. A man named Tak, a Singapore-born and Beijing-based entrepreneur, met up with us after finding me through this blog. From...
May 21st, 2009 | China, City Travel, Dispatches from the Road, Expats Abroad, Fitness & Workouts, Food & Wine, Lost Girls, Shopping & Style, Spa & Beauty, Spiritual Travel, Tours & Attractions, Walking | 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