4 Delicious Places to Dine close to SoHo Vacation Rentals

Being one of the youngest neighborhoods, SoHo in Manhattan was named after the south Houston street area. Just a casual stroll through this neighborhood reveals that it has endless rows of iron-cast columns, neat cobblestone streets. Visitors soon realize that it is one of the trendiest areas of the city. Historically, it was famous as […]

Singer/Songwriter Rachael Sage Talks Travel

I recently had the opportunity to ask the singer/songwriter Rachael Sage some questions on travel. As a touring artist she’s lucky (I think so) to travel a lot for her career, I was interested to find out if the travelling side of her work is something she enjoys… Rachael gave some fantastic answers, in my […]

Cooperstown Belgium Beer Festival

Last year we attended the Belgium Comes to Cooperstown beer festival at Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, NY. I’m a huge fan of Belgium beer – it started with big glasses of Hoegaarden and a bucket of mussels on Monday nights at what was my ‘local’ belgium beer cafe in Auckland, New Zealand. It was here […]

New York (New York)

18th to 22nd October 2010 New York, the most populous city in North America, famous worldwide; would I enjoy it? I was about to find out. The Big Apple, the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, business, food, languages, lots of people. Michael kindly responded to my couch surfing request and I met him after his […]