How to Travel on a Budget in Your 20s | Wheretraveler When I was 18, I wrote a postcard to my grandmother from Austria, describing how I slept for free on the porch of a hostel in Innsbruck. While I wouldn't do that now, it's fun to reminisce about my backpacking days. Back then, bars were inundated with smoke, currency changes were required after each border crossing, and it took about nine hours to travel from London to Paris. One of the most amazing changes over the past decade is the speed and ease with which you can get around. Getting Around My first stop when seeking cheap flights is Skyscanner.com. Although flights may look cheap at first glance, it's important to factor in the extra costs, such as the price for getting to and from the airport. One mode of transportation I advise backpackers to steer clear of is a car. Saving on Accomodations When it comes to economical accommodations, hostels are still some of the cheapest beds in town. Another way to sleep inexpensively is to rent a bed in someone's home. Staying in Touch
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The Best Daily Deals in NYC - Upper West Side - New York Jazz Workshop - Introductory 50-Minute Voice Lesson deal over From subway platform performers to masterfully trained performers on Broadway, our fair city moves to the sounds of sweet melodies. With today's deal from New York Jazz Workshop in Midtown, get in on the din of the Big Apple. New Orleans Jazz Brunch: The Music of Louis Armstrong w/ Joey Morant & Catfish Stew | Blue Note Jazz Festival Lucille’s @ B.B. King Blues Club, Set @ 12pm; Doors @ 11am ~ The Music of Louis Armstrong with Joey Morant & Catfish Stew ~ One of the most exciting and dynamic trumpeters on the current scene, Joey Morant works as a soloist, in duet and trio settings, and as a part of larger bands and orchestras, including the Lincoln Center Orchestra and the Harlem Blues Jazz Band. Morant is a native Charlestonian, a brass instrumentalist and vocalist. Known as “Mr. In Charleston, Morant was a regular performer at the Chef and Clef and conducted a 17-piece orchestra at the Dock Street Theatre. Morant won Showtime at the Apollo and has performed on Black Entertainment Television’s Jazz Discovery program. « Back to Events
20 great things to do in Miami - Time Out Miami By Time Out editors and Sulakshana Gupta 1. Indulge in sheer pleasure on South Beach South Beach, surf capital of Miami is the place to enjoy yourself. The scene certainly lives up to the stereotype of Miami. 2. Forget the sand: take a stroll around the art deco buildings on South Beach to catch its golden era of architecture. 3. If you fancy giving your home a facelift, then the Design District is the place to visit. 4. Visit Little Havana for a taste of Cuba. 5. For those jaded by the preening crowds on Ocean Drive, the hippest place to visit is Lincoln Road Mall. 6. The sight of the Italian Renaissance-style Vizcaya Museum & Gardens on the Biscayne Bay is straight out a fairytale book. See all museums, and parks & gardens 7. In a city of glamour, the beautiful people need a grand stage on which to eat, so you can enjoy some fantastic dining experiences. See all restaurants 8. 9. There's more to American food than 24-hour diners and burgers in Miami. 10. See all designer fashion shops
10 Wonderful Short Stories to Read For Free Online Had she not passed away at the too-young age of 39 from lupus, today would have been legendary Southern Gothic author Flannery O’Connor’s 87th birthday. To celebrate her legacy of pitch-perfect short stories and razor-sharp wit, we’ve collected a few of our favorite works from some of the best short story writers of all time, all available online — though we can’t promise reading them that way will be as satisfying as hefting a huge tome of collected stories. This is not meant to be a definitive list of the best short stories in the world, but merely a celebration of the form and a collection of ten of our many favorites, limited to those that we could track down online, to make your Sunday afternoon a little better. Click through to read ten stories from some of literature’s greats, and link us to your own favorites in the comments! “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” Flannery O’Connor
Tickets | The Great GoogaMooga Festival Can I register for the giveaway more than once? No. We want to give everyone a fair and equal shot at tickets. Will I be able to select the day I want to attend? Yes. Can I switch my tickets to the other day? No. Do children need to register? If they will be 6 or older at the festival, then yes, they will need a ticket. What happens when I register to receive tickets? You will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite—so be sure to enter the correct email address when you register! I don’t see my Giveaway registration confirmation email. If you don’t see a confirmation email indicating that you successfully registered for the ticket giveaway, check your spam/junk email folders. How do I know if I’ve won? If you have been awarded tickets, you’ll be notified by email on or before April 10th. How many tickets will I get? When you register, you will choose between 1 or 2 tickets and between Saturday or Sunday. Can I purchase tickets to Great GoogaMooga? Yes! Click here for terms and conditions.