Planning a trip to Tokyo? You might wonder where to start in a place that is often described as a city of cities. Whether to hang out in the glitzy surroundings of the Ginza upmarket shopping district or go down the authentic route and seek out hole-in-the-wall noodle shops and neon-lit karaoke bars is the big question. And choosing a hotel in Tokyo to stay at can seem just as difficult. But however you plan to spend your time in the Japanese capital, here are five Tokyo experiences that you won’t
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More and more newlyweds are planning to visit Anaheim, California for their honeymoons as a way to celebrate their love. This often coincides with a trip to Disneyland, but there are many fun activities that you can do in the area with your new spouse.
The top destination in Anaheim is Disneyland, with fun rides and entertainment for all ages. You can actually use their website to register for a Disney honeymoon, which allows your wedding guests
When picking a vacation destination, most travelers look for the warmest climate and the whitest sand. However, for the best travel experience, you have to look further than the beach. Take a look at Portland, Oregon. Although Portland may not be a tropical destination, this metropolitan city is surprisingly filled with nature parks, great food, and lots of beer. With a mellow, yet vibrant atmosphere, this city hotspot attracts a quirky crowd that is young at heart.
Known to locals as "Beervana",
If you didn't already think Mads Mikkelssen was the man before (the villain in James Bond Casino Royale), you will now after watching chic furniture designer, BoConcept's new 5 minute short movie, "The Guest", in which he stars.
There have been a few brands making shorts recently, as well as using big name actors in them. Instead of just traditional advertising mediums like print or TV commercials that you would normally see a furniture company produce, BoConcept strives to show how their
Seattle is a city that knows how to make good beverages. Since some of the area's best cafes, breweries, vineyards, and bars are located in different neighborhoods, you may want to choose hotels in Seattle based on the places you want to visit most.
It also helps to spread out your Seattle drinks over the day. Start with a cup of coffee, have a beer in the afternoon, and maybe finish with cocktails after dinner. There's too much to enjoy in a day or two, but a little planning can help you fit