Making Romantic Moves In Nashville, The Music City

by thehipmunk Nashville is the city that provides visitors and inhabitants with an unparalleled world of access to America’s greenest parks, freshest eats, and twangiest, tune-blaring venues. Dress to impress and call that friendly passenger you met on the plane, the fellow traveler who accepted your card at baggage claim, or the bright-eyed receptionist in […]

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Hipmunk’s Guide to Crushing Wine Harvest Season

by thehipmunk By: Kelly Soderlund, Hipmunk Staff                         Exploring Established & Emerging Wine Regions With Eater Drinks Editor Kat Odell  It’s crush season, and no, we’re not talking about football. We’re talking about wine harvesting season, which begins when the grapes are picked and continues […]

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5 Ways to Avoid being an Annoying Tourist in France

by TheHipmunk France — and especially Paris — has a love/hate relationship with tourists. Tourism is an important industry, but if you’re not careful, you can make a nuisance of yourself with locals. Here are five ways you can avoid being thattourist: Realize you’re not in Kansas anymore. The customs are different. While you’re in […]

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Oahu Eats!

by TheHipmunk Ask any Hawaii-born person what they miss when they’re away from home, and the answer you’ll probably get is, “The food.” The islands may be far away from, well, everything, but they have an incredibly diverse local menu influenced by cultures from all over the world. Immigrant populations that arrived in Hawaii throughout […]

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Where to Find the Best Cheesecake in New York City

by TheHipmunk July 13 is National Cheesecake Day, and there’s no better place to celebrate than the Big Apple. From famous bakeries to hidden gems, these are the best places to get a slice of cheesecake in New York City. Junior’s Junior’s is one of the most famous cheesecake spots in New York, and it […]

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Los Angeles’s Lost Haunts: The Hidden City of Downtown L.A.

by TheHipmunk Los Angeles is known as a star-studded galaxy of excess and superficiality. It’s the land of reality television, struggling actors and failed musicians. However, away from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and Beverly Hills, there is a hidden city full of history, culture and ghosts. After your neck is sore from looking […]

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7 Ways to Save on Your Edinburgh Vacation

by TheHipmunk Full of history and many famous attractions, Edinburgh is a must-see city on any visit to Scotland. It is renowned for its famous landmarks like Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, and the Royal Mile. Visitors to Edinburgh can stand on the remains of an ancient volcano, see where Mary Queen of Scots resided, and view […]

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Top 5 Lesser-Known Pastries at Paris Patisseries

By: Contributors from the Let’s Go Team Get in, loser, we‘re going pastry shopping. And no, you’re not allowed to get croissants, pain au chocolats, or baguettes. That’s beginner stuff. Branch out a little bit, get some street cred. Here we go. Beignets. No, these aren‘t the puff pastries you get in New Orleans with […]

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Pack for a Multi-week Vacation in a Carry-on

by TheHipmunk Maybe you’re going to Europe to enjoy hotels in London and other major cities on the culturally diverse continent. No matter where you’re headed, keeping your packing limited to a carry-on bag offers two benefits: You won’t have to pay any checked baggage fees on your flights, and you won’t have to lug around […]

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Showdown: London vs. Paris

by TheHipmunk From the face of Big Ben to the peak of the Eiffel Tower, some of Europe’s capital cities certainly hold a lot of attraction for tourists. Both London and Paris offer travelers not just some great hotels, they also provide top-notch cuisine, museums filled with artifacts, beautiful parks, and landmarks that hold significant and […]

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