no travel required

Sorry we’re a little later than usual with our favorites of the day, but real life is getting in the way. So in the way that I’m not even going to backspace and fix the fact that that sentence accidentally rhymed. Enjoy! A few NTR’s back, we posted a link to the most walkable cities, and New York is the only one to appear on both! We would also nominate to add Dublin to this one. The World’s Most Walkable Cities If anyone has been to these restaurants and can vouch for them, we’d love to add them to our itinerary! London’s blooming restaurants Looking to uproot your life and explore someplace new? Try these!…

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jetsetters: the hubs

Another hump day, another Jetsetters! This week, the hubs makes his blogging debut with his own travel tales. We’d love to hear your travel experiences for upcoming Jetsetters, so please leave a comment, send a message, or tweet us (@lazytravelers) to let us know if you’re interested! Enjoy! xo, the romantic & the wino Favorite place you’ve been: Definitely France.  I had an awesome experience studying abroad in Nice, and coming back with the Romantic a couple of years later was an absolute blast. More importantly, favorite meal: Favorite meal is easily when the Romantic and I ate at Chateaux D’Eze in France.  Beautiful weather, amazing view, impeccable service, and all in a town with buildings…

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no travel required

Of COURSE this isn’t opening until after the romantic & hubs take London in October, but it’s so going on our list for the next trip. Harry Potter and the studio tour: Fans to go behind-the-scenes at Leavesden These photos are a nice break from the rain & cold that’s been going on outside all day today. (Seriously, since when is it ok to be 65 degrees in August in NYC?) The Aeolians one by one Well, how interesting none of these are in New York. 10 Gorgeous Pools You Won’t Believe Are Public How many have you been to? We’re only at four between the two of us, but Bruges is getting added soon! The…

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how to survive the debt crisis (and other important tips)

The debt crisis is taking over my life. And I’m not talking about the plummet of the DOW. I’m talking about my personal bank account and the incredibly disproportionate ratio between its balance and my student loan totals. Whatever crazy bank analyst decided it was appropriate and reasonable to loan me enough money at age eighteen to spend four years at one of the most expensive schools in country must be in cahoots with the other lunatic that sent me abroad to write my Master’s thesis. I am swimming in debt. Combined with my New York City rent, I’m pretty sure I live below the poverty line. The good news is, I’ve spent the last…

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no travel required

We may be pro-driving when in a new country, but these roads make the romantic & hubs’s accidental mountain view of Santorini look like a piece of cake: 7 of the World’s Craziest Roads Love Mariana Cook’s inspiration for her photography book, especially after seeing the stone walls all over Ireland.  There Can Be Beauty in Barriers It’s rare that our answer to this is ever no. Today is National Relaxation Day – do you need a vacation? Between this and the “36 Hours in Marseille” in yesterday’s Travel section of the NY Times, Marseille is working its way near the top of our list. Where to eat, sleep and have fun in Marseille

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