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On Business in Detroit

by WilliamRailton 2 weeks ago - last edited 2 weeks ago

On Business in DetroitWith a body built by Henry Ford and the soul of Marvin Gaye, Detroit has a lot to offer business travellers looking for after hours and between meetings diversions. Take a look at our guide to business in Detroit to make the most of your time out of the office.

 

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A Mormon Guide to Salt Lake CityIf you're looking for a place to explore Mormon history, this is it. Take a look at our Mormon guide to Salt Lake City to discover some of the most interesting sites in Utah.

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An Art lover’s Guide to The Best Boston GalleriesWhen the sea beckons, you grab a towel and hit the beach. Should an urban hike be in order, you don walking shoes, order a coffee to-go and take to the streets. But if you crave a cultural escape, these Boston galleries should do the trick. Here are a few of the best, to assist art lovers in their quest for a culture fix.

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A Neighbourhood Guide to Portland’s Artisan QuarterPortland’s heavy industrial zone serves as prime example of the transformation of America’s urban centres from train tracks and warehouses to streetcars and lofts. For travellers, these former “no go” environments have become the new must-see urban spaces, be they in Brooklyn, Kansas City, or PDX’s Central Eastside, aka The Artisan Quarter. Here’s a handy guide to Portland’s coolest district.

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The Best New Mexican Cuisine in Albuquerque

by ClaireBullen 3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago

The Best New Mexican Cuisine in AlbuquerqueIt’s hard to find people more proud of their local cuisine than New Mexicans. And for good reason. For starters, it’s the oldest regional cooking style in the whole of the US, with a heritage going back roughly 400 years. For another, it’s a unique blend of Native American, Spanish, and more modern American influences. New Mexican cuisine has an identity all its own – Tex-Mex (or even just regular Mex) it most certainly isn’t.

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Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key WestHow many people can say they’ve got their dream job? That they make their living as a kitesurfer, or a chef, or a distiller, or a restaurateur? Not a majority, to be sure. But Paul Menta? Well, he spends his days doing all of those things.

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