Monthly Archives: August 2009

Life’s a Beach III!

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For Life’s a Beach installment three, I take you to Fort Lauderdale. Nicknamed Fort Liquordale, it is no secret that Fort Lauderdale has been host to many a memorable Spring Break as well as home to icons such as the Elbo Room. However, one must not forget that above all Fort Lauderdale is a beautiful.
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Life is a Beach II!

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Life’s a beach installment two comes straight to you from Lauderdale by the Sea, a small beachside community North of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Known to be a locals’ favorite with a tranquil beach removed from the A1A traffic, Fort Lauderdale by the Sea has a fishing pier and various eateries to entertain the family and.
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Life’s A Beach – Hollywood, FL

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The truth is that many travelers don’t document the area in which we live. Ms Traveling Pants has been a culprit of this. However, I am changing my ways by doing a little summer documentation of South Florida. As a non-native (but almost as I have officially competed the 5 year mark), I came to.
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This is the conclusion of my I Luv NY series of culinary and cosmopolitan explorations in the Big Apple. After a night at Momofuku, I thought I would not be wowed, but the combination of the food and a more traditional fine dining ambiance at Aquavit was impressive. The Aquavit entrance is rather indescript as.
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While in New York, tasting the creations of some of the best culinary minds in the world is a must. However, getting a reservation for these hot spots is tough; especially, when one of the restaurants on your list is David Chang’s Momofuku Ko. This East Village hot spot has taken the reservation system to.
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