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Destinations Archives - Page 8 of 24 - The Cultureur | For the Modern Global Citizen

The Cultureur’s Luxe Guide to Sevierville, Tennessee

February 9, 2015
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A new year. A new series. I’m introducing EAT, PLAY, STAY this year as an ongoing series that highlights destinations around the world and offers my itinerary for the trip, giving you information on where and what to eat, where to play and what […]

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Detroit: In the Midst of a Renaissance (And Why It Should Be On Your Travel List)

January 16, 2015
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Thoughts of Detroit BEFORE visiting: bleak, dark, crumbling, bankrupt, and fractured
Thoughts of Detroit AFTER visiting: edgy, trendy, creative, united, and progressive
Disclosure: I’m part of the Buick […]

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Brewing in the Big Smoke: 3 Favorite Coffee Shops in London

October 7, 2014
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The Brits have masterfully perfected the art of tea, weaving it into the daily cultural fabric of British society and establishing it as an iconic cultural institution. In recent years, thanks to its diverse demographics, serious coffee culture has surged in London, and while there’s still way […]

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[Interview] Kavita Nair, Female Indian Expat Who Found Her Calling in Afghanistan

September 19, 2014
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Meet Kavita Nair. Female. Fierce. Fabulous. Fearless. These are just some of the words that can be used to describe her. I recently came across another interview with Kavita on The Diplomat and was somewhat fascinated by her story. She’s a communications professional and single […]

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Casa de Campo: An Oasis of Luxurious Hospitality and Local Culture in the Dominican Republic

September 9, 2014
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I was recently invited as a social media influencer to Casa de Campo, a tropical luxury seaside resort nestled on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. Since it was my first time in the Dominican Republic, I didn’t have any expectations about the country, but as […]

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48 Hours in Kauai, Hawaii

August 7, 2014
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Aptly dubbed as the “Garden Isle,” the oldest (geologically) and northernmost of the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai is a timeless gem that has aged gracefully. The years have actually embellished the Island’s emerald embankments, plush rainforests, ribboning waterfalls, and majestic Waimea Canyon. Blessed with spectacular natural beauty, Kauai […]

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The Cultureur 25: 25 Things to Do in Los Angeles

August 4, 2014
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In honor of my recent move from Los Angeles to Seattle, I thought I’d compile a list of 25 things to do in the City of Angels, so I joined forces with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to bring you my favorite things to do, see, eat […]

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The Best Blueberry Donuts in Orange County…

July 30, 2014
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are sitting fresh, hot, and pretty for you at M&M Donuts, a little gem nestled in Anaheim, moments away from Disneyland. The donuts are temples of calories, but it’s ok to reward yourself every now and then. And when the dessert tastes THIS good, it […]

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[Hotel Review] Pan Pacific, A Luxury Boutique Hotel in Seattle

July 15, 2014
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Luxury boutique hotels really have the power to charm and enchant, as they’re intended to provide a more intimate and personalized experience than luxury chains. But the problem is that it’s usually a hit or miss. Some have literally gone above and beyond what you could […]

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5 Favorite Juice Bars in Los Angeles

July 14, 2014
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In recent years, Los Angeles has experienced a juice revolution in that juice bars offering freshly pressed veggie and fruit concoctions are springing up like ninjas all over the city. Whether you like the taste or you’re simply drinking for your health, there’s no denying that […]

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