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Travel Well Archives - Page 12 of 34 - The Cultureur | For the Modern Global Citizen

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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[Hotel Review] The Kauai Marriott, A Casual Resort in Kauai

July 12, 2014
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At the end of June, I visited Kauai, Hawaii for a few days. I spent four days and 3 nights, staying at a different property every night to ensure I got a proper taste of some of the best properties on the Island. For my first night […]

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[Hotel Review] Mandarin Oriental, A Luxury Hotel in Atlanta

July 9, 2014
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I have a soft spot for Mandarin Oriental properties. Staying true to its Asian aesthetic and oriental sensibilities, Mandarin Oriental always manages to enchant, intrigue, and satisfy my senses. For my birthday week, I chose to stay at the Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta and as soon as I […]

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Hawaiian Airlines — Where Even the CEO Flies in Economy

July 2, 2014
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I’m not the kind of flyer that throws style out the window for the sake of comfort; I prefer to marry the two and create my own effortlessly chic flying style. While this means no sweatpants or sneakers for me, it also means that I prefer to […]

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Inform, Inspire, and Incite: the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Downtown Atlanta

June 24, 2014
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While I was in Atlanta last week, I was invited to attend the pre-opening of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. If you know me or have been following me on here for awhile, you’ll know that I have a background in international development […]

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Birthday Reflections: 28 Going on 29

June 19, 2014
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28 going on 29

I turn 29 years old tomorrow (June 20).
The last 365 days, since I wrote an open letter to my 18-year-old self, have been immensely eventful — so many changes, developments, and travels, oh my.
Birthdays have […]

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[Recipe] A British Summer Staple: Pimm’s Cup

May 1, 2014
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Like Paris, London is always a good idea, even in my least favorite season of the year: summer. There’s something about London that even makes summer look magical to me — it must be all those quintessentially British rituals that come out to play. There’s tennis at […]

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Deconstructed! A Guide to the 3rd Arrondissement in Paris

April 28, 2014
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Deconstructed! is a new series of posts that breaks down select urban centers by their individual areas and offers recommendations for hotels, restaurants, bars, landmarks, insider’s tips, and hidden gems for each. Stemming from the kinds of questions I often receive, I wanted […]

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